Posts Tagged ‘upcycled’

PUNK ROCK FLEA MARKET

Friday, May 20th, 2016

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Punk Rock Flea Market

Saturday, June 25
Sunday, June 26
1525 11th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122

lamps, rayguns, and more!

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And it was a success:

Ships Happen!

UFOs at Antimatter-Gallery Artswalk

Tuesday, April 12th, 2016

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Walk, run and fly down to Antimatter Gallery to see my latest UFO creations during Artswalk in Olympia.

Friday, April 22
Saturday, April 23

Antimatter Gallery
200 Thurston Ave NE

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watch NEWLY declassified video and sightings of my UFOs:
you know you want to believe!

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AND then find me at the UFO Festival

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Friday and Saturday
May 13th and May 14th

Downtown McMinnville, OR
(3rd & Davis)

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The league is set, the game is on! Find me and my creations at upcoming events:

Tuesday, August 4th, 2015

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EverGreen
Gift
Market
>>> Shop ‘green‘ <<<

November 21 10-4pm
Highland Middle School
15027 NE Bel-Red Rd
Bellevue, WA

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You can also see my crap at DUCK THE MALLS!:
Saturday, Dec 12th from 10am-3pm at le Capitol Theater, Olympia

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West
Central
Park’s
2nd Annual
Arts Splash

Sat, August 15th -
noon to 5pm at Division/Harrison Aves, Olympia

Click Arts Splash
lamps + rayguns + tv’s + more?

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You can see my crap once again at the Punk Rock Flea Market on Capitol Hill in Seattle!

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Punk Rock Flea Market
Saturday, August 29th at 12:00pm
Punk Rock Post Office 1166 23rd Ave. Seattle

Get lucky punk: Punk Rock Flea Market

Outdorable! 12′ Space Needle for your garden

Monday, June 15th, 2015
Outdorable! 12' Space Needle for your garden or front yard

Outdorable! 12' Space Needle for your garden or front yard

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I brought a new 12′ Space Needle to Everett’s SCHACK Art Center’s exhibit: Art of the Garden!

For a little video I made of me showing off and ‘beaming’ in to the exhibit Star Trek style that helps give perspective to the size of the Space Needle replica that I made click here: Tassoni Space Needle

Check it out
Art of the Garden
2921 Hoyt Ave., Everett, WA

Art of the Garden

June 18–August 1 in Main Gallery
(Opening Reception: June 18)

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tassoni needle at THE space needle


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On the way back from the Recycled Art show, I decided to take one of my pieces for a photo-op to the Seattle Overlook of THE Space Needle!

Like me on Facebook for more fun photos!
Pat Tassoni

Olympia Artswalk & Everett SCHACK Sustainable Art shows

Saturday, April 18th, 2015

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I’m a part of Olympia’s Artwalk and so is Peacock Vintage! Yeah — listed as #9 in the program. I’ll have my lamps of a more modern and space-age design. AND they already have a Space Needle floor lamp in the window!


Come on down:

Peacock Vintage
512 East 4th Ave, Olympia

Friday, April 24 (5-10pm)
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Saturday, April 25 (Noon-8pm)
Olympia Artswalk

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I’m also a part of Everett’s SCHACK Art Center’s exhibit: saving-the-environment-sustainable-art. I’ll have lots lamps there — stop in and see how they arrange all that I brought as seen in picture!

Come on down

Schack Recycled Art
2921 Hoyt Ave., Everett, WA

Saving the Environment: Sustainable Art

April 23 – May 30 Main Gallery
Opening Reception: April 23, 5-8pm

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Me and my Star Trek desk

Saturday, April 18th, 2015

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pat tassoni with leonard nimoy aka spock star trek Last Halloween I brought my Star Trek desk down to the Matter! Gallery. I originally built it in my home office for a halloween reveal in 2002. It’s TOS style with three monitors and is basically Spock’s station or where Uhura worked. I of course brought some of my rayguns and dressed like the devil for fun. Read below.

Tassoni home office is a spaceship, whose full-size command center of the Starship Enterprise is built completely from repurposed materials
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And I built a Captain Kirk Chair too! See pictures of my Captain Kirk Chair & Star Trek Enterprise Bridge/Desk

Read more about it in an interview with me:

Olympia’s Matter Gallery transforms into ‘Star Trek’ set, Hell for Halloween event
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Star Trek Enterprise Desk and Captain Kirk Chair

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FOR SALE:

whatcha got that I can buy, pat, like right now!

Thursday, November 14th, 2013
Click here for AVAILABLE projects OR to see what I have up currently in my ETSY shop and on eBay. If you see something that you’d like for yourself or as a gift for someone else, send me an email and we can figure it out: contact

I am mentioned by name and a photo of my work in the current issue [June/July] of American Craft magazine in an article [Bohemian Rhapsody] on the Olympia scene and Antimatter Gallery. Get your copy today!


Photos and videos of Pat-Works projects. Refresh to see more or click on image to go to archive.


I’m famous! . . . . [Well, they are...] . . . . . . Lifetime Achievement Awards for Philip Kaufman & Fred Willard at the Olympia Film Festival

Monday, November 19th, 2012

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Philip Kaufman
Lifetime Achievement

Inspired from his movie: The Right Stuff:
Refabricated metal including a ‘61 chevy tail-light made rockety. The top: re-used film reel as saturn’s ring around the light bulb in retro design. Yes, two stage lighting! — like a rocket!

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Fred Willard Lifetime Achievement

Refabricated metal and brass lamp parts with an engraved copper globe. The top will be the re-used film reel as saturn’s ring around the light bulb in retro design.
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The Future Remembered NOW and IN-PERSON with my Mega-Needle Floor Lamp

Friday, September 21st, 2012

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On Wednesday evening I had the honor to meet the authors and PBS celebrities, Paula Becker and Alan J. Stein, in Olympia at a signing for their book, The Future Remembered: The 1962 Seattle World’s Fair and Its Legacy about the history of the Fair and the Space Needle. PLUS I got to bring my Mega-Needle Floor Lamp to the event and use it as staging for their talk! Here we are pictured with it outside the Olympia Library — I’m in the middle. It was an honor and a privilege. They are very nice people and very knowledgeable about my favorite subject. I, of course, bought one of their books and you can learn more about it and even buy one online from The Future Remembered

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The Mega-Needle was on loan for the event from the Matter Gallery in Olympia, where you can see it in person and/or buy it on-line at matter! 422 Washington St SE [between 4th & 5th Aves]

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Floating airvent UFO lamp comes home via dumpster dive!

Sunday, May 6th, 2012

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OK, you know I’ve been doing this thing way too long when I wind-up dumpster diving my own lamp! Seriously, this is one of the first ones I built 10-15 years ago, even before I was taking pictures of them. Last month, I step out to walk the dog and she’s afraid of something outside. Then I see this lamp sitting on my porch and I was, like, “that’s frickin’ cool…hey, I made that!” Apparently, a friend found it next to a dumpster when someone was moving and thought I’d like it — he didn’t know it was mine. AND another funny thing, I had walked past that dumpster a couple of times and saw some stuff that piqued my interest, but I never pursued it. So I guess I dumpstered it, once removed?!

It had obviously been well taken care of and the only problem was the top glass was cracked from being knocked over. It was interesting to work on it and see how I used to do things. And there was one moment of “oh, I should have done this instead,” in regards to bolting it all together. I also specifically remember trying to keep it lightweight so as not to complicate it’s floatiness. But I still used glass on the top. I’m a bit over the loathing of plastic now, so I used that material for it’s 2.0.

Welcome home old friend. Now that you’re all fixed-up, we’ll find you a new one. And since I’ve squirrelled away parts to make another, maybe we’ll get you a sister/companion too.

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