Designated paths wouldn't allow me to utilize my dreams, so I've been bushwhacking since the early nineties by pursuing creative projects in industrial design, performance art, learning experience design and graphic design.
I was tasked with designing a toolbox and practicing joinery. I seized the creative opportunity by building something unlike the other wooden toolboxes I've seen before. Each side has a laser engraved number. This number identifies the order of dovetail construction. Number one refers to the first set of dovetails carved out. Number four represents the last set made. Each time I completed a corner my craftsmanship improved and it's evident if you look at each intersection. They get sharper and they fit better as we go from one to four. Another detail to note is the four different types of joinery executed. There are dowel joints, lap joints, dado joints, and dovetails.