‘1908’ is a tribute to a special building on a special campus.
The 1908 Building (so-called by students of the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics) was the main building of Watts Hospital, and now serves as administrative and classroom space for the school. No glue, no tape, no staples, no scissors required!
The bearded dragon, or Pogona is native to Australia. Its name comes from the fact that the area of the skin on the underside of the throat turns black whenever the lizard is under stress or feels threatened. An excellent climber, the bearded dragon likes to bask on rocks and in exposed tree branches in the morning and afternoon.
This bearded dragon is named ‘Tip’, and he likes it when you rub his belly. Here’s how you put him together.
‘Food Truck’ is fun to put together, and comes in many different graphic treatments. It can be literally any food truck you want it to be!
Lots of detail: it shows the vents and order / pickup windows, the counters, the fan that blows the food smell out into the street. The folks standing in line don’t mind at all–they’re color coordinated to the brand on the food truck, even. Lots of room for the food truck logo on the sides, front, back and top. It’s the tastiest thing on four wheels. No glue, no tape, no staples, no scissors required!