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February 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Cube is a  solid core, covered by 1/8″ beveled laser etched panels and measures 4.5″x4.5″x4.5″. It was painstakingly painted with 4 different stains, features a no-slip rubber base, was sealed with BIOSHIELD© Hard Oil & cured for a week. It was finished with BIOSHIELD Hardwax# 32, cured a few days more & buffed to provide a satiny smooth durable waterproof seal. It has no functional purpose other than to […]

February 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

‘Tomato Peps’ is a laser etched illustration that was originally a stencil. Most seasons, I try to get cherry tomatoes planted in the spring if possible. I always get excited when the fruits finally appear, even more as they ripen up. I’ve spent a lot of time fascinated by the rapid way the plants unfurl, the lines inspire me. I painstakingly transferred the image from a salvaged digital file. Went […]

February 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Firmly rooted in graphic design, I approach my woodworking projects with a refined sensibility to color, form, typography, rhythm, etc. My aim is to push traditional woodworking to meet the exciting new possibilities for image/pattern transferal via mediums such as laser etching. I fundamentally believe that a bad design cannot hide behind technology, there’s much  work that precedes any project before the wood grain is even selected.