Marquetry furniture by Gregg Novosad

| July 29, 2010

These amazingly detailed furniture pieces are made by Gregg Novosad from Palatine, Illinois, US. Gregg Novosad are a self-taught master, who received his basic knowledge of woodworking as a child, watching his dad build cabinets in his garage with the simplest of tools. He did his first marquetry in 2005. Before that, he had tried […]

Woodwork humour

| July 25, 2010

You know you’re a woodworker if/when: 1. You can’t move because you are waiting for an oak tree to be large enough to mill. 2. You have saplings on your property already tagged for a project. 3. You have no problem wearing a plaid shirt, dress shorts with black socks, and sandals to your favorite […]

Marquetry portraits by Rob Milam

| July 24, 2010

These portraits from wood veneers are made by Rob Milam from Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America. Rob’s wooden paintings are very detailed. He uses up to 16 different kinds of wood and up to 700 pieces, many of which are the size of a pin-head. And most importantly, all those little pieces are hand-cut […]

Carved furniture from Moldova

| July 18, 2010

These furniture pieces are carved by Pulbere Anatoly (Пулбере Анатолий Николаевич) from Chisinau, Moldova. He was born in 1963. Pulbere Anatoly started carving since 2006. By education he is architect and by soul he is wood carver. He does not just design the whole rooms like offices and bars, but manufactures individual interior elements as […]

Woodworks by Patrick Burke

| July 11, 2010

These sculptures, furniture and relief carving are made by Patrick Burke from Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States. Patrick Burke became the first non-European to train in Ortisei village of about 4,000 people nestled in the Alps of northern Italy. Ortisei is world-renowned for its rich history of professional wood sculptors — about 150 full-timers, plus hundreds […]