Quarantine brings the creation of a profitable business

One student at the University of Oklahoma found a way to take the extended time at home during the pandemic and turn it into a profitable business.

OU senior Landon Rosckes creates hand made art pieces out of resin.

His company, Landon Rosckes designs, features running clocks, turntables, wall art and even custom orders for customers.

Amid the troubles of the pandemic, Rosckes hopes his art will be a source of positivity for all who use it.

“You know, I will do custom orders sometimes and so somebody will order a piece from me. Just seeing their face just like light up whenever I hand them their piece that really just makes it all worth it,” said Rosckes.

After college, he says he plans on continuing to pursue his craft for anyone looking for an addition to their home.

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