Maryland Flag

Adam had asked for a Maryland flag putter for a few years, but we told him that it simply wasn’t possible. The complexity was too high. But we saw the trick to making it happen when he reached out one final time.

To make this happen, we had to use a 3D printer to create the red and white puzzle pieces. If you look at each red and white area, it is split into 4 distinct smaller squares. And within those squares are a large piece and a small piece, alternating red and white. If we first make a mold of the larger area and pour it, then pull it and place it into a square mold, then we can pour the other color in the negative space. Then we take those squares and glue them together into a 2×2 pattern.

For the black and yellow wood, we planed pieces to the proper thickness and glued them together. Then we made angled cuts, offset the strip by one unit, and glued it back together, to achieve the desired effect.


Design Level


Embedded Elements



Acrylic Colors


Ordered: August 7, 2022

Shipped: September 6, 2022