For his MFA Thesis Exhibit last September, Pennsylvania artist James McNabb created a beautiful collection of architectural wonders using discarded wood. He describes his process as “sketching with a band saw,” and says initial intent was not to build skylines, but instead began with the creation of the individual wooden pieces which resembled tools or other strangely familiar objects. After he built nearly 250 of them in a day they collectively began to resemble a miniature city. You can see many more works from the exhibition on his website.
I’m going to tarnish the copper on this guy tonight, but it’s already looking really good. #kiridashi #edc #knife #knives #knifemaking
I never had too much of interest in knives into I stumbled upon this guy. Everything has been so dope my man!
At her/his special request: doors from my collection. Too lazy to set all the dates and sources, just for fun.
Doors yo :) make me smile
A table for a friend @branchandwilder check out his leather goodies (at Built)
The legs are killing it!
Built of 3/4” Plywood with black plastic laminate accents. Optimized for CNC routing production. No screws or Glue.
Woof, been a while. So at the start of the summer I had several different projects going, it was F-ing sweet! And a few weeks into the summer, I started to have a bunch of pain in my leg. Long story short, I found out I had Lyme disease. Lame shit …..
The pictures are from the last few weeks. My knee joint has been the origin of all the pain, and it causes it to inflate. So there’s my knee, being all Lymie and shit, and after the procedure, they usually take 2-3 of those tubes out from behind my knee. Good times.
But never fear! Rehab is happening :) also got some projects started now :):)
Thank you all for your support !
Ahhhhh, finally done with another semester. I know I haven’t posted much in a while. But Ill be back for the summer….woofwoof