A graffiti stencil of an LED throwie schematic

by Jimmie on July 10, 2008

I attended the graffiti stencil class at the Willoughby and Baltic last night, and came up with this idea. I brought some LED throwies with me to the class, and thought it would be fun to do one type of graffiti art of another type. So here I present a graffiti stencil of the schematic of an LED throwie:

LED graffiti graffiti stencil 01

[2032] represents the 2032 coin cell battery that you would use in a throwie, the [ N / S ] represents the magnet (I couldn’t think of anything simple that conveyed a magnet), and the rest is basic schematic stuff. I’m going to tighten up this design and release a vector graphic file for people to use under creative commons.

The class was a bunch of fun, and I did a couple of things with the stencil. I made a few prints, and I even did a quick T-shirt. I’ll keep it around, and if you want me to stencil a shirt for you, then hit me up and we’ll work something out. Hopefully the W&B will be holding another one in the fall. It was a bunch of fun, and I highly recommend it.

Some examples:
LED graffiti graffiti stencil 03 LED graffiti graffiti stencil 02

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Judy Rodgers July 14, 2008 at 13:07

MOM wants a T-shirt. I might wear it as a Pajama shirt—-but oh well——at least I will have something you made—AAAWWW!!!
Send me one—–I will pay you!!

Love U Bunches—MOM

2 HD41117 September 21, 2008 at 21:24

Love both your thinking behind this and the design of the outcome! I would also love a t-shirt! I’m in the UK; what would you like in exchange? If cash, what would it be? If handmade, I can make you a solar plant, if you like 8^)

3 Jimmie Rodgers October 6, 2008 at 19:01

Sure hd41117, email me at jimmie at jimmie p rodgers dot com. I’m sure we can work something out.

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