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LostArtPress on InstagramAt DiCarlo’s pizza in Wheeling, WV, for some Ohio Valley-style pizza (aka Stubenville pizza). Here @burnheartmade is concerned about what his fellow New Yorkers will think if he enjoys this pizza (which is unusual in that the cheese and toppings are added cold after baking).Crossing the Wheeling Suspension Bridge today — older cousin to the Roebling suspension bridge in Covington, Ky. Amazing feat of engineering that led to the Brooklyn bridge.The next big project for me personally is to get Jennie Alexander’s “Make a Chair from a Tree” in print for its third edition. This is the chair we built for the book. Shooting for a summer release.
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Category Archives: Grandpa’s Workshop
The trades of the carpenter, joiner, cabinetmaker and turner, and their tools, have long been an inspiration for artists. Woodworkers and tool historians have, in turn, studied artwork to learn how tools were used in the past and how they … Continue reading
You know that this post is going to be about André-Jacob Roubo. But not entirely. For me, woodworking books in the French tradition begin with a title we haven’t been able to publish from the “other André” – André Félibien’s … Continue reading
This is an excerpt from “Grandpa’s Workshop” by Maurice Pommier. Pépère watched me with a strange expression. He ran his fingers through my hair, and he said, in the softest voice : — That’s the story… — But I woke up just afterward! Tell … Continue reading
This is an excerpt from “Grandpa’s Workshop” by Maurice Pommier. The darkest corner of Pépère’s shop both fascinates and frightens me. It is full of spiderwebs and dust. It is there that Pépère keeps the tools he doesn’t use anymore. … Continue reading
Graphic designer and woodworker Tom Buhl reproduced an illustration of “Grandpa’s Workshop” for the Santa Barbara I Madonnari Italian Street Painting Festival, and it is quite cool. You can see more photos of the painting being made here. See more … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Normally, we would not post a blog entry such as this, where a writer abuses a fine Belgian ale. But because this is Brian Anderson, who happily translated “Grandpa’s Workshop” for all of us, I am willing to … Continue reading