Thanks for sharing that. Several things stand out: 1) He has a very
diverse design palette. Some of his pieces are too modern for my taste
while others are a style that I wouldn't mind having in my own home. Being
able to pull something like that takes skill. and 2) He is an artist, he
sees what most would think is a flaw and can work the rest of the piece
around that flaw to make it a central part of the theme, yet not
overbearing, the rest of the piece fits in and supports the unique part.
Again, that shows significant skill.
Definitely something to aspire to.
There is never a situation where having more rounds is a disadvantage
Well said Mark. I never heard of him, which doesn't mean much, but I
really liked his ideas on wood, and the results are definitely
inspiring. He says he used to see good wood and bad wood, now all wood
is good, and he looks at it as "what can I do with this?". His work is
not all funked up either, it is mostly basic stuff with just the right
eye to get the most out of the woods idiosyncrasies.
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You were wrong, and I'm man enough to admit it.
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