When we opened the Sound Temple, of course, Ron Stuckey, Jr., insisted on making a sign for it. He really wanted to hew to the core aesthetic of his father, Ron Stuckey, Sr., which was to use found, excess, and discarded materials. But he also wanted to branch out from shop’s tradition which relied heavily on aged wood.
The solution? Incorporating new materials, glass blocks, and combining it with his father’s signature legacy look of sun-faded, cracked, and warped pallet wood.
Wow. The magic continues. We only have a preview so far. Soon we’ll have a gallery of the final product hanging in The Sound Temple.