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Hey guys – just thought I’d show you a little bit of my style/taste. This is the type of stuff I want to be able to build when I can finally afford awesome tools, have a shop, and TIME to do some creative woodworking!! Enjoy – and maybe it’ll give you some ideas of your own. (all pictures come from www.design-milk.com – which i am not affiliated with, or am I advertising….i just like the site).... ...
please feel free to add any pictures to this blog of the styles YOU like….or any projects YOU would love to build, etc. I’m just sharing some things I find interesting, and it would be awesome to see what everyone else likes, or would like to build someday…..(these photos were taken off of www.design-milk.com – just trying to give the credit, and if you’d like to find out WHO built these) One of the things i LOVE the most about woodworking, is the ability to ...
In this installment of Creative Woodworking i’m exploring “beds.” Most of the beds i have posted below are modern or contemporary (only because thats the style i like most). Feel free to add any pictures of beds YOU find creative, in a style you like, or any beds you’ve made that would fit the creative category. The idea of the blog is to get the creative juices flowing. enjoy ...
thought I’d continue the exploration of creative, unique woodworking to get the creative juices flowing and spark some ideas in peoples’ minds. Mostly what I post in the “creative woodworking” blogs are more modern pieces of furniture – only because thats what I like. Feel free to add any photos that YOU find really creative and want to share! Most pics come from www.design-milk.com or www.architonic.com – i’m not affiliated with them what-so-ever&...
Here are some tables to get the creative juices flowing. The purpose of the blog is to get people to start thinking outside the box – and show the creative (non conventional) side of woodworking. Again, my style is a modern style – so most pics are of a more modern design. I tried to incorporate different design ideas, and a couple different types of tables. Enjoy. If you want to add any other pics down in the comments area – feel free. for those of you following the...
Hey guys – sorry about the delay in getting the next blog (staircases) up. 10 tests in 3 weeks! has NOT been fun. Anyways. Here are some awesome staircases I have found. Enjoy! And again….let me know what you’d like to see next, and i’ll try to get it done for you!!!! last two pictures I will post both in this AND in shelves (once...
Hey guys – this isnt my normal posting for this blog, but had to show it!! these are called Sleeper Cells by Suzanne Husky. Enjoy (ps – i havent had time to do any research for the next blog in the serious, what do you guys want to see??)
Enjoy this installment of creative woodworking. Feel free to add any pictures of your own unique and creative shelving. And as always let me know what you’d like to see in the next blog!! thanks for looking, and let the creative juices start flowing!!... ...
Here is a great project done by Studio Ve. They have some pretty cool projects.
This is what you can do with 100,000 toothpicks and 35 years! More info here (this is a safe link)
By artist Lorenzo Durán. Talk about a skill I do not have!! haha.. any of you dare to try your shot at this??? I wonder how hard it is. Sharp knife. Sharp eye…EXTREME PATIENCE. If you click on the artist’s name…you can see more of his work. It is a safe link ———————————————————————————...
These wooden dog feeders are made from reclaimed oak barn beams by Keystone Vintage Lumber
.......designed by Spanish designer Ander Lizaso….... can be turned upside down and used as a wagon…...
Here is the link for the How-to and the creator of the dressor
how cool is this? Its a Wooden Mechanic’s Light made by Studio248 (click their name to go to their website)
Here is a link to the site with the info on who built what….enjoy, and let those creative juices flow!!
The Paris, France-based design team of Bonsoir Paris is made up of graphic designers, Rémy Clémente & Morgan Maccari. Along with their team they created Duramen, a series of sculptures, which began as wooden frames that are then reimagined into something indistinguishable. The sculptures create juxtaposition between the distorted nature of the designs themselves and their use of fine woods such as oak, fir, wenge, pear, and linden.
Made by Manoteca. Check out their site here. They have some pretty interesting stuff.
Made by Manoteca. Check out their site here.
Designer and architect Reinier de Jong has just released the versatile REK coffee table. The table grows and adapts to your needs. For example, when you’re not entertaining, perhaps you’d like to close it up, but when guests come over, you might want to move the sliding parts outwards to accommodate extra drinks and plates. Or, you can keep the sliding sections and store magazines and other things underneath. Read more at Design Milk: http://design-milk.com/rek-coffee-table-by-reinier-de-j...
Wade Davis Canadian anthropologist, ethnobotanist, author and photographer whose work has focused on worldwide indigenous cultures has built this unique library. Wade wanted to feel like in a basement with nothing around to bother him thus avoiding the feeling of congestion. The library is built like sphere above its workspace similar to the rotunda of the oracle’s temple at Delphi that he filled it with the books he uses the most. And the natural source of light then comes from the top allow...
Drew House by Simon Laws. See more pictures HERE (safe link)
click link below to see the source…. http://americanwoodworker.com/blogs/tips/archive/2010/02/10/jumbo-tape-dispenser.aspx
Andrew Myers, the Artist How does this type of sculpture differ from your usual work?These pieces are definitely a departure from my normal artwork. For years I had been sculpting in bronze, doing figurative, narrative types of work. The screw art was born mostly because I was burnt out on the narrative work, but also because I’m always searching for a “better” sculpture. It has been hard for me to stick to one style...
“DENMARK. 1960’s. CREATED BY HENRIKSEN FROM A SOLID PIECE OF TEAK.THE COASTERS CAN ALSO BE USED AS MINI CHEESE BOARDS.SIGNED “MADE IN DENMARK”“ERNST HENRIKSEN”.” Source where I found the pics: Here
Wood and aluminum benches by Hilla Shamia Another interesting piece by Hilla Shamia is this cool take on a rocking horse…..
MIXTAPE TABLE BY JEFF SKIERKA
ZESCH INTERLOCKING COASTERS BY MICHIEL CORNELISSEN ONTWERP
MEDICI CHAIR BY KONSTANTIN GRCIC Read more about it here
Hyeonil Jeong created the Caterpillar Chair out of CNC-cut pieces of plywood woven together using bungee cord to form a flexible seat. Jeong says, “No matter how stiff each piece is, flexible relation makes an smooth flow. Its elastic connection allows an organic surface movement despite the rigidity of ply-wood material.” Read more at Design Milk: http://design-milk.com/caterpillar-stool-by-hyeonil-jeong/#ixzz23Srt1gyo
LUGI is a Czech furniture maker that makes custom pieces for architects and interior designers, but in 2011 LUGI launched its own collection of furniture under the supervision of Matej Chabera. More recently, they opened a furniture showroom in the renovated industrial building of a former coal mill. This is Barstool 02, a solid ash stool with a creative detail. Source
This is probably the most different, coolest door I’ve ever seen….. Read more about it here
CAUSEWAY STORAGE CABINET BY PEDRO SOUSA See more of his stuff here
Can anyone figure out how this works????? see it here in action….. Read more about it here
This was created by James Boock. See his website here or read more about the table here.
This was created by DANIEL MOYER. Read more about it here be warned of the horrible music….
Read more about them here Designer’s website here
Couldnt even imagine the patience needed for this!! holy cow read more about it here
READ MORE ABOUT THE CHAIR AND THE DESIGNER HERE: http://design-milk.com/oceo-a-personal-seat-by-pedro-arturo/
Read more about it here: http://design-milk.com/branching-table-by-gradient-matter/
The link is to youtube. For all you marble machine makers out there…..you need to see this. Its not really a marble machine, but its probably the coolest thing I’ve ever seen. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=9wohFfpLU7s
Read more about it here: http://design-milk.com/sandwichbike-flat-packed-wooden-bicycle/