AngleStar Mini now available

Yep - it’s the familiar 3d-printed shape but it’s now available in super-shiny, high-fanciness Premium Silver over at Shapeways. Go get one, and don’t wait for Valentine’s Day - they take a little while to print and get this shiny. 

3 months ago on January 15th, 2014 at 5:21 pm | Permalink

Hello, New Product! The Office debuts The Stars Chain, a new 3d-printed necklace. It’s a thirty-inch chain, comes in white or black, and is eagerly awaiting your attention. Order here. Happy springtime!

1 year ago on April 5th, 2013 at 10:00 am | Permalink
linkage! here’s a sneak preview of our next 3d printed thingy, coming soon. hint: rhymes with “feckless”

linkage! here’s a sneak preview of our next 3d printed thingy, coming soon. hint: rhymes with “feckless”

1 year ago on April 4th, 2013 at 10:30 am | Permalink
Power plant, Brooklyn Navy Yard, 2006
An entirely analog project from start to finish, since my client wanted especially large prints. It was the first time I handled a Mamiya medium-format camera. Nervous! They came out pretty nicely, I think. Some other shots are here.

Power plant, Brooklyn Navy Yard, 2006

An entirely analog project from start to finish, since my client wanted especially large prints. It was the first time I handled a Mamiya medium-format camera. Nervous! They came out pretty nicely, I think. Some other shots are here.

1 year ago on March 29th, 2013 at 5:41 pm | Permalink

Eno Office on Alamy.com

The Office has posted some stock photos at alamy.com, because who knows? Maybe there’s an untapped market for seemingly-arbitrary pictures of Red Hook, Brooklyn. Maybe the rumors are true, and you really can make a fortune just wandering the streets and taking pictures of whatever happens to be lying around. Go Team Eno! Click the pic!

1 year ago on March 22nd, 2013 at 10:43 am | Permalink
We were on the way out into the aftermath of a half-blizzard. One thing I love about a snowstorm is how you get a world visually rebuilt in contrasty, near-total black & white. Familiar scenes are completely reinvented. I could have wandered in this remade world for many days, Daughter #1 at my side, but a fifty-degree tomorrow said No.

We were on the way out into the aftermath of a half-blizzard. One thing I love about a snowstorm is how you get a world visually rebuilt in contrasty, near-total black & white. Familiar scenes are completely reinvented. I could have wandered in this remade world for many days, Daughter #1 at my side, but a fifty-degree tomorrow said No.

1 year ago on March 18th, 2013 at 3:22 pm | Permalink