Products in use Archives - Laserbean
We were delighted to be involved at this year’s Blogtacular conference taking place on 13th June.
“Blogtacular is the place for bloggers whose hearts beat with creativity to come together to meet, share and inspire” – Blogtacular Website
The New Year brings new projects. This January, we decided to focus on our masks for our sister company Leather Masquerade Masks.
Gareth was our brave volunteer and didn’t even want the straws for breathing… oh OK, well here goes!
We were so excited to help a fellow designer to bring a product to market. ZicsDesign approached us to see if we were able to engrave onto a cylindrical surface.
We have had similar projects of engraving champagne flutes and wine glass engraving, so we were confident in this type of engraving.
This week we helped Earth’s Deco to make some laser cut items and helped put some finishing touches to some craft products for their Vintage Market Stall. We laser cut some wooden hearts for hanging, and made stencils for spraying words onto plaques and wooden crates lovingly made from thrown away wood and painted a chintzy distressed effect by Tanya. We made some heart templates for Anca to make her stuffed lavender hearts too. Read more…
As its the time for festivals, we decided to engrave of our logo on some caribiners we found. They turned out quite impressive and decided to show them to you before they were nabbed by our design team (as they liked them so much)!
… Especially a Pop-Up bar on the South Bank.
This one caught our eye as we were riding on our bicycles along the Thames Path outside Festival Hall, as it was the same one the Royal National Theatre’s Annual Dinner last Christmas! Read about our work we did here.
We are happy to see the bar banner being used again. the London buildings looked fantastic next to the Thames. The bar was extremely busy and it was difficult to get through the crowds. So what better excuse to stop for a little rest (and some Pimms).
What was a nice surprise to see!
We had a fantastic time a few weekends ago, on a morning’s photoshoot in Greenwich. Our beautiful model Lulu braved the often freezing temperatures to help us bring our leather masks to life in a series of photos we are immensely happy with.
By Jane Jenkins