Wooden Monster Dice by Geoff McFetridge Reuse Old Furniture Wood

By: Jason Soy - Published: May 8, 2011 • References: championdontstop & freshnessmag
It may not be turning garbage into a renewable fuel source, but any recycling is good recycling. Geoff McFetridge, a graphic artist and director, was approached by furniture company e15 to create something out of its leftover furniture wood, and the result are these wooden monster dice.

The wooden monster dice feature caricatures from Geoff McFetridge’s music video for the song Golden Cage by the electro-pop band The Whitest Boy Alive. The cartoon creations are laser etched onto the wooden cubes and are just as endearing in dice form as they are in the music video.

Though originally limited to 200 pieces and only available at Nieve Books and e15 stores, the wooden monster dice can now be found in stock at Singapore’s Surrender store. Stats for Etched Cartoon Cubes Trending: Older & Mild
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