It seems that instead of blogging, I'm continuing to make stuff.
I've had this heart-shaped mood light up in the hall way for about seven years. It didn't occur to me that it could be used to make a real-lfe Astronaut Love Triangle logo until after I realized it would be easy to make an Astronaut Love Triangle rocketship from a broken bullet-shape lightbulb (along with bits from other broken lightbulbs, a bit of a cork, rubbing alcohol and hot glue).
The radiation warning is made with electrical tape on the orange plastic that went over a car's hazard light.
I gorrilla-taped sheets of aluminum from pop cans to the back of the heart to prevent light from spilling out.
Back during the holidays, I printed some black and white copies of the logo on an overhead acetate (remember overhead projectors?). The plan had been to turn them into stencils, but I wound up using larger versions for my stencils. I clipped out one and set it in the top so I'd have another version of the logo projected on the ceiling. I used a square of plastic from a club soda bottle to keep it rigid.
The rocketship is hung with elastics that the mail man has left with us.
The radiation hazard warning is hung with a plastic coil from one of the calendars that Keir's school gives the students every year.
I'm afraid I've got a bunch of other ideas of things to make so it may be a while before I get to all the great legal advice posts I've been wanting to give you.
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