I have been playing around with PCB layouts lately and the idea that they can look cool aswell.
Maybe unnecessary, but fun and challenging. :) Here is alittle more info on these specific layouts.
The Active tilt Equalizer is a common filter that you typically find in hifi amplifiers. In the middle of the tone pot it is almost completely flat and to one side it boost below the center frequency and to the other side it cuts. It also works great as a treble booster or a bass booster (depending on how you set the gain), both as a stand alone unit or after a low output fuzz. I also made a vero layout for this aswell, found here.
The Bazz Fuss is my modified version of the single transistor fuzz by Runoffgroove. For such a simple circuit it sounds really good, especially with guitar (despite the name). Vero layout and soundclip here.
I also made a PCB layout for my Active Baxandall equalizer. Vero layout and more info here.