Before Primitive Technology built and moved into his luxurious wood and clay hut complete with a fireplace, he slummed it in a thatched dome hut. In case you’re interested, the dome hut is available and may still be on the market. It’s completely built by hand, 8 feet wide in diameter, 6-1/4 feet tall, and designed to shed rain and funnel smoke well while retaining heat. Serious inquiries only please.
Expert woodworker Matthias Wandel is at it again. He’s been featured in various articles throughout the internet before because of his exceptional talent with wood. This time, Wandel came up with the kawai tsugite joint, a complex structure that requires enormous amounts of patience to build.
Putting up stuffed heads of real animals around your house just isn’t right. What we can agree with is putting up these cute, geometric animal heads around your house instead. These animal heads are meticulously hand-crafted by artist Tomasz Ciurka using pine wood.
James Doran-Webb, an artist based in the Philippines, imagined dragons perched atop trees while in the act of seemingly preparing to take off or breathe fire. He didn’t just leave this to imagination, though, as Webb brought his fantasy to life by creating remarkable sculptures of driftwood dragons.
Jason Thielke’s expressive laser-cut wood panels are detailed in a haunting way. Each image is created using acrylic paint and ink to fill in the facial marks that are reminiscent of a human blueprint. Theikle’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States, and is currently on display at the David B. Smith Gallery in Denver, Colorado.
We’ve seen photorealistic illustrations before that pop off the page, but never on wood. Ivan Hoo, an incredibly talented, self taught artist from Singapore, specializes in hyper realistic drawings on wooden blocks that trick the eye. His first anamorphic work on wood was recreating a dripping effect, an occurrence that naturally happens on a piece of wood.
Fashionistas and tree-huggers alike will revel at the hand-crafted accessories made by Marcel Dunger. The Germany-based artist gives broken pieces of maple wood a second life with the help of colorful, eco-friendly resin. Dunger presses the wood into the biodegradable resin and polishes them into their desired shape for a collection that is definitely unique […]