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Jurassic Park Art of Geek Challenge | June 2018

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The Art of Geek Challenge is a monthly, just for fun, geek-themed maker challenge inspired by movies, tv shows, comic books and more. 


June's theme for the Art of Geek Challenge was Jurassic Park coinciding with the release of Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom.  Participants had the entire month of June to create something inspired by the Jurassic Park universe.

Check out the hashtag #aogdino to view all the Instagram posts for June's challenge.

Winners for the challenge are determined by top votes from the community.


First Place:
@beardedcrabworkshop's giant t-rex skull
T-Rex build complete! My official entry for June 2018’s Jurassic Park themed @artofgeekchallenge is a 4’ by 3’ fossilized Tyrannosaurus skull. It’s hand carved from 3/4” Birch plywood. The (almost) life sized design was cobbled together from multiple fossil skulls, the JP logo and a liberal dose of my own imagination. Thanks for taking a look, voting starts Sunday July 1st. I’ll post a link in my bio when the contes…

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The Legend of Zelda Art of Geek Challenge | February 2018

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February's theme for the Art of Geek Challenge was The Legend of Zelda. Participants had the entire month of February to create something inspired by Zelda universe.

Check out the hashtag #aogzelda to view all the Instagram posts for February's challenge.

First Place:
Wooden NES Cartridge by @cyclocrosscutter.
My Official entry for this months @artofgeekchallenge. I created one of my favorite Nintendo video game cartridges. The Legend of Zelda! Main body is White Oak, with a Yellow Heart crest, Zebra Wood symbols, and Padauk letters. Used 24k gold leaf gilding for a little call back to the original cartridge which was all gold. #aogzeldaA post shared by Luke Owen (@cyclocrosscutter) on Feb 28, 2018 at 3:42am PST


Second Place:
Zelda themed magnetic bottle cap catch by @woodnerds.
This is my entry for the February @artofgeekchallenge. This is a bottle opener with a magnetic catch built from solid cherry with a walnut inlay. I just learned about this contest today and had fun designing…