A fallen oak meets sleek design in the Fallen Tree bench, created by designer Benjamin Grain-Dorge. On one side, he supports the bench with branches that are virtually unaltered. On the other, a simple piece of glass. The way he’s found a balance between the two is astounding.
Antoni Tudisco, a self-taught 3D digital artist, might only be 21, but his amazing portfolio will leave you impressed and wanting more. His latest works include amazing wooden donuts and golden burgers. The secret to his success: practice, practice, practice.
Tom Eckert creates these unbelievable hyperrealistic sculptures out of, you guessed it, wood. He makes his art using traditional wood carving methods, and then he paints them to ensure maximum realism. Eckert’s wood sculptures take hyperrealism to a whole new level.
Venetian artist Livio De Marchi sculpts fascinating and extremely realistic replicas of daily objects, turning them from ordinary to extraordinary. His pieces look so life-like that you’d mistake them for the real thing, like his sculpture of a hanging leather jacket. De Marchi earned instant fame after the completion of his House of Books, which […]
Natural Keyboard is a wireless computer keyboard built from organic materials. The body and keys are 100% wood and the frame is covered in imitation moss. The textures creates a tactile sensation while visually defying the standard aesthetic for modern technology products.
Process drives Nathan Cordero’s artwork. Found objects are morphed into complex and striking wood mosaics; words and images are painted, cut, carved and reassembled into stunning artworks. The interplay between large and small scale keeps you looking and enjoying each fresh piece.
Biomimetic fashion apparel from discarded pieces of plywood, laser-cut with precision and stitched onto unbleached organic cotton. Who would have thought?
Earlier this year I began a blog as a day to day document of my time designing and working with wood. The photographs that I use for the blog are all recurring subjects: wood, studio, light.
At first glance, A.J. Fosik’s animal head sculptures look as if they were made of simple paper, when in actuality each is made of wood, carved and colored in vibrant shades of green, blue, red and pinks. Each has its own energy, power and intricacies that envelope and hypnotize the viewer.
The work of Brooklyn artist Cosme Herrera is beautiful, subtle and imbued with a deep sense of meaning. ‘As I constantly question man-made constructs, I search for a universal language’, he says. ‘Through this body of work, I seek to define my own logos. Logos are a system of symbols designed for easy and definite recognition. Using a system of logos, I explore my relationship with wood through metaphors and parables. My use of wood is observant of the information trees contain and communicate. Their rings, like an analogical language, tell the story of the tree’s experience through starvation, growth, long winters and wet springs’.
Arkansas raised, Oakland based artist Tiffany Bozic ‘sandpapers the surface of her work, which warms the paint with a patina glow and allows some of the wood’s grain to show through’. Of her work she says: ‘I have always been drawn towards finding some kind of common thread or language that binds us to and […]