The first artwork I made was a paperclip that I bent into the shape of a hypercube while procrastinating in college. Procrastination was a strong motivator, and the pieces became more and more complex. Each of these sculptures is made from a single, unbroken length of wire.
The hypercube (tesseract) was a common subject in these early works because I thought it was amusing to represent a four-dimensional object in an ostensibly one-dimensional medium.
The rings and other jewelry are pieces that I hand-carved before the era of widespread computer modelling and fabrication. These pieces predate TaylorCustom by a couple of years, and are a small selection of the carvings i made at this time. I cringe to think of the weeks and months I spent on each of these!
My limitations as a figurative sculptor are obvious, but still, it isn't bad for a casual first try!