Interesting Woodworking

Russian Wood Carver Sculpts Incredibly Detailed Pictures

Evgeny Dubovik was born in a Russian village Belaya Berezka (Bryansk region). He was born into the family of a joiner — his ancestors worked with trees for many generations: grandfathers built boats, great-grandfathers – mills and churches, etc. Now, the buildings are built from concrete, and boats from metal. That doesn’t mean that woodworking […]

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Beautiful Landscape Paintings Emerge from Creatively Carved Wood Frames

Inspired by rustic scenes of wild nature, artist Faith Montgomery of Woodensense creates striking works of wooden art. Featuring breathtaking landscapes framed by creatively carved reclaimed wood, each of Montgomery’s pieces exhibits her obvious penchant for painting and her undeniable love of the great outdoors. Presenting beautifully painted peaks of majestic mountains, towering trees, starry skies, and shimmering […]

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Artist Transforms Driftwood Into Fantastical Sculptures That Look Like Spirits of Nature

Artist Debra Bernier creates fanciful sculptures from the nature that surrounds her in Victoria, Canada. Working with driftwood, Bernier studies the shape and form of each piece, carefully carving out or adding to the natural material to form these delicate, feminine figures. “When I work with driftwood, I never start with a blank canvas. Each […]

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Illusion Artist “Ties” Fully Functioning Grandfather Clock Into a Knot

British sculptor Alex Chinneck creates mind-bending optical illusions that defy logic and change our perceptions of the material he uses. In the past we’ve seen him bend brick walls, curl tarmac, twist wooden columns, and make entire buildings appear to levitate in mid-air. His latest head-turning contemporary sculpture is an antique grandfather clock that appears to be tied in a knot. […]

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Dynamic Wood Sculptures Carved to Look Like Pixelated Glitches

Taiwanese sculptor Hsu Tung Han is a master of marrying old and new. Using traditional methods, his contemporary wood sculptures are instilled with a futuristic spirit thanks to the pixelated glitches that permeate each piece. Working with walnut, teak, and African wax wood, Han puzzles together his monochromatic figures to great effect. With some blocks protruding […]

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Sound-Absorbing Wall Tiles Made From Colorful Hexagonal “Wood Wool”

International design studio Form Us With Love has created a series of modular wall tiles made from a sustainable material known as wood wool. Designed for Baux (a contemporary building material firm), the modular panels were made in collaboration with Träullit, the sole, family-run manufacturer of the environmentally-friendly material, which is also known as excelsior. Made from wood fibers bound together […]

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Amazing Wood and Resin Ocean Coast Tables Look Like Living Shores With Moving Tides

The ocean meets land in this set of unique furniture created by artist Rivka Wilkins and woodworker Jared Davis. Their collaboration, which includes a bench and a coffee table, combines decorative layered resin art with a walnut slab of reclaimed wood. Wilkins, known for her wave-inspired paintings, adorned Davis’ large tables with brilliant swirling blues and incredible […]

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Chainsaw Artist Carves Fallen Redwood Tree Into Giant Sea Creature

When most of us see a fallen tree, we generally see, well, a fallen tree. But when Jeffrey Michael Samudosky sees a fallen tree, he sees a whole world of possibilities. He’s a chainsaw artist who works out of Gig Harbor, Washington, and as you can see from this giant Pacific octopus, he can transform […]

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