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LostArtPress on Instagram@jojowoodcraft samples Kentucky desserts after three amazing days of teaching spoon carving at our storefront. Brilliant work.DAD by Silas Kopf. @silas.kopf (1990). Shedua, marquetry and mirror. 52" x 21". “I did this life-size portrait of my father and used it in a mirror. I scraped the silver off the back of the glass and when pressed together with the marquetry panel it makes the wood look like it’s inlaid into the mirror.” — from “The Difference Makers: 30 Contemporary Makers, 30 Remarkable Stories” by Marc Adams @marcadamsschoolofwoodworking #The_Difference_Makers@burnheartmade waxing up a load of lump hammers. We are currently sold out, and these should be listed in the store next week.
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Category Archives: Satire
In addition to the Malodorous Mallet Co., we’re pleased to announce this blog is also sponsored by the Hold Harmless Clamp Co., makers of the No Dent Left Behind Squeezy Clamp. Hold Harmless clamps are prized for their patented “Released … Continue reading
Lately, I’ve been thinking, “Why not grab some of this internet sponsorship cash?” And so we have taken on a sponsor – the Malodorous Rubber Mallet Co. I’ve agreed to use the company’s mallets in social media photos and will … Continue reading
You may have noticed that Chris and I have been making a lot of chairs recently. In the past few months, we’ve made a few incremental improvements and changes to our processes that make charmaking easier, more accurate and more … Continue reading
So this week I sat down with my image consultant and he had some harsh words for me: “You need a ‘thing’ to set you apart from other woodworking bloggers, podcasters and television personalities.” I asked: “A thing?” “Yeah. Charles … Continue reading
Gary writes: I’ve tried to hold my tongue, but I cannot do it any longer. You are about to loose me as a subscriber to your blog and you should know why. First there was Jeff Burk (Burks?), who put … Continue reading
In the first 90 pages of “The Anarchist’s Design Book” Chris has used “butt” or “buttocks” thirty-seven times (that might be a slight exaggeration). I know, disturbing isn’t it? Especially when you consider the huge number of other terms he … Continue reading