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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: The Anarchist’s Tool Chest
“I try to keep in mind that if I dropped dead tomorrow, all of my acrylic workplace awards would be in the trash the next day, and my job would be posted in the paper before my obituary.” — Bernie … Continue reading
While my colleagues in journalism would like to think we occupy a white-collar profession – like doctors or lawyers – history would disagree. Before the Watergate era, journalism was a trade occupied by people with a high school education or … Continue reading
When I built my chest for “The Anarchist’s Tool Chest” I didn’t include any chest lifts. Why? I don’t know. I had planned on making some intricate rope beckets. But I didn’t. I guess I’m just an idiot. Months later, … Continue reading
When I post photos of my tool chest, there’s a 50 percent chance someone will ask me how much it weighs. My usual and honest answer: I don’t know. It weighs a lot. Two people can easily move it, however. … Continue reading
Readers frequently ask for a list of tools I have in my chest with brand names, tool sizes and short comments on the efficacy of each tool. I hesitate to do this because a lot of my tools are dictated … Continue reading
One of the significant changes to the interior of the tool chests I build for customers is how the sawtill is constructed. The original from “The Anarchist’s Tool Chest” was built like a few chests I had observed with a … Continue reading