(Image: achimmenges.net) This art piece illustrates nicely one of wood’s most interesting properties – its hygroscopicity. Wood attracts water from the surrounding atmosphere and binds it in its cell walls. What the artists did here was laminate an uneven number of veneers (usually a no-no in plywood production), which results in a plywood that curls […] Read more..
Turns out you can use tree disks to “create” music. Quite beautiful how the much-maligned knot becomes a dramatic element here. Years – Bartholomäus Traubeck.
Even though snow has largely spared our area of Massachusetts this winter, a little bit of extra greenery was needed in the house. A trip to Michael’s and a good amount of hot-melt-glue later, this is what resulted: A wall-hanging pseudo-green-wall! Looks quite nice and best of all – I don’t have to water it.
Interesting art piece that combines wood, space and urban design: Migrating Landscapes brings wood city to Toronto
One of these old macs was standing around in our hallway at the office – waiting for its trip to the dump. So I rescued it, gave it a fresh coat of paint and decided it was time to green things up a little. Here’s the process: No real Ivy was hurt in the making […] Read more..
Now that the holidays are almost here… I wish you all a joyful and peaceful time. Wherever you are and whatever you celebrate, enjoy time with your family, rest, relax, take some time off and recharge. All the best for the new year. See you in 2012!
Some amazing wood carvings of “melting” wood: “SOUS TITRE” EXHIBITION / DURAMEN SERIAL on the Behance Network