Jun 222015
 
We received this lovely note from Joe Mitchell and wanted to share it with you! Gotta love these Electroluminescent Wire Phones!
Joe 1joe 4joe 7Joe said “I made the giant phone from clear acrylic, glued together with E6000. Glued the Cool Neon Electro Luminescent Wire on with Zap A Gap.”
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Small Photo Electroluminescent Wire2 Small Photo Electroluminescent Wire3 Small Photo Electroluminescent Wire4 Small Photo Electroluminescent Wire6And then Joe explained “The smaller phone we got at a thrift store. I gutted it, painted it black, and fabricated some mechanisms into a vegetable can to make the number dial animatable. Back-lit the number dial with LEDs.”
Benny’s soldering tutorial helped a ton! Good video.
Thanks for the excellent service, take care!”

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And he sent along a couple of videos for you to see!
Wow, we love these phones and thanks so much for sharing them with us Joe!
Benny, Karen and the Elves
Jun 042015
 

kim weber glass1Our client, Barry Stone, used  a strand of 25 TCL bullet pixels (though it looks like more) and a TCL Mini Controller to light up Kim Webster’s fabulous glass sculpture, and we wanted to share it with you.

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Doesn’t the sculpture look great?

Benny, Karen and the Elves

Apr 292015
 

cool neon feminist purseOur client, Michele Pred sent us a note that she is going to be at the Art Market in San Francisco April 30 – May 3, 2015. You can find her, with her Cool Neon feminist art purses, in the Nancy Hoffman Gallery booth #413.

It would be great if you could stop by and say hello if you are in the neighborhood.

She also mentioned that her Cool Neon pro-choice purse is featured in the May issue of Nylon Magazine (see photo above).
We always are excited to see the artists who are using Cool Neon Electroluminescent Wire have such success in the world.
Congratulations Michele.
Benny, Karen and the Elves