The WhiFfy Router


The WhiFfy Router is a homeopathic remedy for blogger burnout and internet addiction that combines the soothing scents of an aromatherapy diffuser with the reassuring presence of your WiFi router’s flickering light. In other words, it’s a hand-built ceramic sculpture of a WiFi router that transmits the calming smell of essential oils using the heat of a candle.

Selfie-Reflexivity Stick


The Selfie-Reflexivity Stick allows for documentation of personal experiences from a third-person perspective. This enables the user to observe circular relationships between cause and effect in their life, like the relationship between personal identity, appearance, and social media.

Full tutorial here :)

DiyMalls in the Wild

Here's my DIY Mall zine for How To Make A Cat Toy inspired by @saladmoneysmixedgreens awesome zines! #zine #cats #cardboardboxcattoy

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A few people have already made some amazing DiyMall zines of their own. Look out for them on your next domestic flight ;) (more…)

March 30, 2015
DiyMall #3


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Johanna Leech shared this delightful documentation of her interpretation of my “WiFi Nitelite” sketch, which she made for Basic Operation at Catalyst Arts in Belfast.

March 3, 2015


February 26, 2015
DiyMall #2

DiyMall issue #2 is hot off the felt-tipped presses and explains how to make a glow-in-the-dark toilet seat, just like the one featured in the current issue of SkyMall. (more…)



I’m participating in an intriguing exhibition put together by Edel O’Reilly of Catalyst Arts in Belfast, Northern Ireland, called BASIC OPERATION. Essentially, they’ve asked New York-based artists to submit ideas for projects that Belfast-based artists will respond to by making their own versions of the ideas over the next few weeks.

BASIC OPERATION examines ways of collaboration and authorship. Is it the artist who proposes the initial starting point the author, or the one who furthers and embellishes the idea? Or are they merely a filter? In what form can collaboration take place and, furthermore, must a work of art be unique, or can it be created independently by other artists?

Can’t wait to see what comes to lite!

SkyMall is Dead, Long Live DiyMall!


In response to the recent news that SkyMall, the single greatest consolation for flying budget airlines in the United States, may soon be no more, I decided to revisit the premise of a project proposal I wrote a few years ago that never really took off. (more…)