full time metal fabricator/artist

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Another custom railing I made from scratch in NE Portland. 

A nice little fence/gate combo for a North Portland home being renovated.

 

 

A fun little fire totem creature.

Privacy panel/Art Deco. Playing around with the CNC.

 

Built for the owner of Sunlan lighting on Mississippi Ave in North Portland. I created the design, fabricated everything along with complete installation. 

Feel free to check this bench and table set out, it’s in North Portland on the corner of NE Fremont and 47th, THRIVE sauce and bowls restaurant.

Reclaimed materials Bench Set.

Forever Flower: Stainless steel spoon art.

Angle Iron table set with Cedar tops.

Tin Roof Awning.

Plant Hangers.

Rain Barrel Towers.

The first hammer I made.

CNC Design and Laser Cutting.

These plate are currently being allowed to rust, then they will be installed, then this gallery will be updated.

Steel Racks for metal storage in my new metal studio.

Some Blacksmithing I’ve done.

BAKAW!! CHICKEN TAIL SCULPTURE INSTALLED

 

CUSTOM STEPS REPURPOSED FROM AN OLD CAR SPRING

ADA COMPLIANT HANDRAILS

FIRE PIT BARREL LEG JIG

CUSTOM LADDER FABRICATION: (blog post)

BLACK ROCK STAKES: (blog post)

CUSTOM FENCE FABRICATION: (blog post)

 

PALM FROND FABRICATION: (blog post)

BIRD FEEDER FROM REPURPOSED MATERIALS: (blog post)

FUNKY BIKE RACK HANGERS: (blog post)

PARTS ENGINEERING: (blog post)

NeoNites (blog post)

TO BE CONTINUED…

 

 

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  3. Kainoa Batalona

    Brennan you are a great example to our veterans that used or are using their G.I. Bill to continue their education. I myself have worked and still do, with many Veterans at Portland Community College with their Financial Aid in getting more grant funding to continue their education. Congratulation in your success. I hope to have you one day to speak to our Veterans at PCC your story.

    September 5, 2015 at 12:49 pm

    • duck roll designs

      Thanks Kainoa~
      None of this would have been possible without my GI Bill money, I sent you an email regarding speaking at PCC.
      All the best~

      February 9, 2016 at 9:14 pm

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