I have been upcycling pinball machines for around seven years. I began by trying to fix broken games, which ended up filling my house with unfinished projects. Over time, people began giving me leftover parts they were sending to the landfill. I began repurposing this into art. I now get bulk scrap material by the truckload from various salvage companies. My aim is to save what’s left and give these pieces a second chance.
ABOUT MY PRODUCTS:
My work appeals to anyone looking to add a slice of nostalgia to their living space. I like to choose bold, bright colors. Vivid colors represent excitement, energy and optimism.
I clean everything thoroughly and seal chipped paint with a polymer clear coat. I’m also careful to sand and remove any rough edges, finishing off everything with a panel and adding a wire for the wall. I sell only what I would want to hang in my own home. The lighting is American-made UL Listed. The majority of items I have in stock are smaller and easily shipped. Most of the year, I take custom orders for just about anything people can imagine.