I wanted to put a pegboard behind my studio door to hold audio cables and headphones, but I didn't want to have look at an ugly sheet of pegboard all the time. What is a boy to do? Well, this boy went ahead and laser cut his own pegboard out of acrylic and painted on a really awesome graphic. This makes the whole thing much more suitable to hang on my wall. Why settle for just a pegboard when you can also have a work of art?

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Step 1: Go get stuff

You will need:

A 2' x 3' sheet of 1/8" white acrylic
A 1' x 2' sheet of 1/4" acrylic
An awesome Epilog laser cutter
Some pegboard pegs
20 3/8" aluminum binding barrels
3' punched steel sheet (with holes every 3/4")
A hammer
Red, black, blue and white acrylic paint
An array of brushes
A water cup
A rag
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Wouldn't your artwork get scratched? especially by worktools..
kewl character
im gonna do this but with a hellboy insiga on it
very nice..

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