I recently had the pleasure of going to NYC for a few days, and I while I was there I made a point to stop by the MoMA. It really is a beautiful place. I just wanted to share a few pieces of inspiration from the Plywood Furniture exhibit on the se...
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Location: Edmond, Ok
By day, I'm the COO of a software design company that works primarily with WordPress. Spending 8-10 hours a day at the computer leaves me eager to create something with my hands when I get home. I started out turning, which I learned from my grandfather, but I've ventured into a few other areas in the last few years.
-- Matt, Oklahoma, http://mattdanner.net
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The nylon I’m using for the top came in, so now it’s just time to get it woven. I’m attaching the straps with upholstery staples. Once I’m finished, it will just be a few coats of Scotchgard to keep them nice and white. ...
I got the last bit of finish on my bench frame last night. I wish I’d found LJ sooner so I could have shared more of the process here. Maybe I’ll just have to make another one… The frame is red oak, with a red walnut stain on ...