John Muir's Hangnest

i recently fabricated a life size replica of John Muir's "hangnest", a small shack that was built off the back side of a sawmill in what is now Yosemite National Forest, for the Oakland Museum. this was a really fun build, staying true to traditional building techniques but still making the structure itemized and movable. i used mostly reclaimed lumber but still had to scenic some rough sawn douglas fir to look weathered. i'm really pleased with the way this turned out.

shots from3rd st

Unicorn painting for Jilly

Creating the Nebula online

link to site http://www.wired.com/video/nebula-part-2-main--final21280x720-mp4/931028473001

the amazing process of making public art and "Meet Schuyler Robertson" in section II. Thanks for watching ninjas.