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Building an Oak Casket for a Loved One: Michael Yates Design

Posted: 03/09/2015 7:44PM

When his grandmother requested that he build her casket, Michael Yates eventually agreed to build it. Here are the Austin, TX custom woodworkers' reflections on the project.

Hard, Soft Maple and Walnut Veneer Bring a Recliner To Life

Sam Knight | Posted: 03/08/2015 6:50PM

British artist Allen Jones is working with Lola Lely on a recliner based on an idea he's had for two decades. The pop artist is joined by his young co-designer for American Hardwood Export Council's 'Wish List' series.

Expandable Black Walnut Serving Platter Is Practical Art Work

By Sam Knight Posted: 03/07/2015 9:00AM

An American Black Walnut serving as part of Sir Terence Conran's 'The Wish List Project' with the American Hardwood Export Council.

Woodworker Scott McGlasson Figures Costs to Make Walnut Chair

By Bill Esler Posted: 03/05/2015 8:29PM

As he designs and build a walnut chair in his signature RB line for the 2015 Architectural Digest show, woodworker Scott McGlasson's costs for manufacture and marketing are profiled with unusual thoroughness by a daily newspaper.

Connor Wood Bikes Builds Signature Cycle from Ash Bat Billets

Posted by Michaelle Bradford | Posted: 03/03/2015 4:24PM

Connor Wood Bikes partnered with Louisville Slugger to build a custom wood bike from its ash wood baseball bat billets, the lumber blanks from which bats are turned.

Is This Walnut and Mahogany Buffet a Winner?

Posted by Michaelle Bradford | Posted: 03/03/2015 10:14AM

Zongkers Custom Furniture used mahogany and walnut hardwood and walnut burl veneer to fabricate this two-sided buffet. It is an entrant in the 2015 Design Portfolio Awards. Enter your project now!

Limewood Models Life-like Forms in Shadow Box Sculptures

Posted by Sam Knight | Posted: 03/01/2015 5:16PM

Working in limewood, Italy's Peter Demetz carves realisitic protraits of average people, scaled down to shadow-box size. He comes from a long line of sculptors whose talents had mostly been applied to liturgical art.

A Pencil Sharpener in Three Sizes Constructed of Tulipwood

Posted: 02/27/2015 7:14PM

English architect Norman Foster, the man behind the millennium bridge, has commissioned the construction of a pencil sharpener by Japanese designer Norie Matsumoto for 'The Wish List'.

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