Marquetry furniture by Kory M. Zussman

| April 27, 2011

This home library furnishing is done by Kory M. Zussman from Calabasas, California, United States. Kory Zussman started woodworking as a 13 year-old kid in seventh grade. In senior high school he participated in “Vocational Wood Shop” which was two hours a day, five days a week. After senior high school he did not engaged […]

Wood carvings by Robin Smith

| April 24, 2011

Rob Smith is a very versatile artist. He is most known for his steampunk USP flash drives but I showcase his work here because of the “ Melting Table ” and of course the “Artype Custom electric Guitar”, these are the true examples of fine woodworking craftsmanship. Artist statement: “ I’m an entirely self trained […]

Woodwork related humour

| April 21, 2011

You know you’re a woodworker if/when: 1. You get A piece of lumber for Christmas and it makes your whole day. 2. Giving router bits to your wife for x-mas, and not remembering to duck. 3. You tell the wife you’re stopping by the church/temple on the way home and she knows it’s the Woodcraft […]

Miniature wooden watches by Valery Danevich

| April 20, 2011

These pocket watches are made by Valery Danevich ( Валерий Даневич ) from Kiev, Ukraine. The only non-wood detail in these watches is the spring and they are fully working. Valeri Danevitsch was born on 13th October 1968 in Kiev, Ukraine. The tradition of carpentry work is distributed in the dynasty Danevitsch from generation to […]

Carved Furniture by Kaj Lindgård

| April 9, 2011

These marvelous carvings are done by Kaj Lindgård from Etelä-Pohjanmaa, Jurva, Finland. Kaj has been studying cabinet making for three years and has been carving only four years, it’s amazing what can be achieved when you have talent and great deal of persistence ( and he is only 24 years old ). In my opinion […]