Lasers can do amazing things, from removing unsightly hair, to curing nearsightedness, to not killing Austin Powers when attached to the heads of mutant sea bass, despite their clear ill-temperedness. Making lasers do amazing things for your art collection: Evolution Laser Works.
The self-proclaimed "world leader" in laser etched art, this just-north-of-the-border crafter carves pop-cultural icons, random bits of humor, and even custom images into materials like wood, granite, and plastic using high-focused beams of light, or at least until their Ritalin runs out. Etched-up items range from a functional renewably sourced wooden cutting board arted with a steak > tofu equation, to a 4-in high Zombie Shadow Cast votive candle-holder that projects flickering un-dead onto your wall, to a "Hello My Name is" broach, in plastic or birch, reading "Indigo Montoya; you killed my father, prepare to die", which helps explain his lack of success at speed dating. ELW's also got a series of portraits burned onto "heirloom grade" pieces of anti-mold-varnished toast, including the Ernesto Guevara boasting "Hey is the Che", "Father Son and the Holy Toast" featuring the Virgin Mary, and the "Hunk-a-Hunk-a-Burning Love" depicting a young Elvis burned onto what turned him into fat Elvis: food. And possibly lasers.
There's also a set of acrylic "brass" knuckles surmounted with an out-sized piece of diamond shaped plastic bling, which ELW suggests is a great engagement gift for your girl, but think carefully about that decision, because lasers may be able to do amazing things, but can they get you undumped?