Breathtaking Dmitry Ramushkevich Woodworks

Dmitry Ramushkevich workshop is family business. The company was founded by Stepan Ramushkevich in Belarus. His childrens also love woodworking and they decided to follow the footsteps of their parents. Now they work in Russia, Mocow. Dmitry works were widely represented in Poland and Germany.

September 3, 2015

Artist Makes Incredible Creatures Out of Driftwood

James Doran-Webb is an amazing British artist currently based in The Philippines. James made his first foray into animal sculptures over 25 years ago with papier mâché, but five years later he began collecting pieces of driftwood and has now amassed a substantial collection that he forages through at his studio. Driftwood sculptures have since become James’ primary focus, art-wise. The artist puts great effort into conveying movement and bringing the inanimate…

June 27, 2015

Charred Wood Finish Furniture by Yaroslav Galant

Yaroslav Galant “Innovative Design”, indeed. Who would have thought that burning furniture would give it such a rich and luscious look? The “Born 2B Burn” furniture of this Ukrainian designer uses a patented process after charring the furniture — at 2000 degrees Fahrenheit! This process preserves the wood core by “flash” heating the outer layers at such a high temperature, it produces the incredible effects you see.

April 28, 2015

Wood Burned Furniture by Cecilia Galluccio

Just look at the incredible scenes that unfold on these wood burned coffee table and chair. How awesome are these pieces of art masquerading as furniture? Artist Cecilia Galluccio makes these bespoke table and chair to order – with your own choice of design. You can really make these pieces “you”. Well, she can really make these pieces you. They take her nine months to complete (hmm, remind you of…

April 26, 2015

John Beaver Woodturnings

John Beaver is best known for his Wave form bowls and he is currently working on two different series. Here we find out more about him and his turnings After 25 years as a photographer and motion picture director/cameraman, John began turning on a lathe he inherited. John was immediately hooked and started exploring woodturning as an art form. Coming up with a few ideas that had never been done…

March 27, 2015

Ron Layport amazing carved wood vases

March 25, 2015

We’ve all seen turned wood vessels at local art and craft fairs, but it’s unlikely you’ve ever seen anything as detailed as Ron Layport’s wood vessels. Yes, like any wood vessel of that ilk, they are turned on a lathe. But that’s just the beginning for Layport. From there ,he punctures, carves, sands and polishes the forms to perfection, oftentimes arduously honing them into elaborate, repetitive animal motifs. Like many a…


Amazing Life-Like Wooden Sculptures Hand Carved By Peter Demetz

Carving a sculpture is definitely an arduous task – after all, there are no easy ways to correct your mistakes. This doesn’t stop Italian-born Peter Demetz from making expertly carved wooden sculptures of people. They are small, but surprisingly detailed. All the creases of clothing, all the curves of body and even loose strands of hair – nothing escapes his carving blade. The end result is of stunning craftsmanship, and…

March 13, 2015

These Furniture Pieces May Look Cartoonish, But They’re Actually Quite Genius

Ideally, furniture should be both nice to look at and functional. But sometimes, designers stray too far to the practical side of things, forgoing any sense of fun in order to be more “modern.” The designers at Straight Line Designs make furniture that rebels against the sober designs of many contemporary homes. These aren’t your average pieces of furniture, but they sure are awesome.

March 2, 2015

Japanese Sculptor Shows How He Transforms Wood Into Surreal Statues

These surreal wood sculptures by Japanese sculptor Yoshitoshi Kanemaki will become so much more impressive once you see how much work it took to make them! For one of his latest sculptures, an otherwise-ordinary girl with 12 faces, Kanemaki created a series of progress photos that show the sculpture’s progress from crude log to finished work of art.

January 31, 2015