You don't get to California much, do you?
Remember Gary Knox Bennett on the Craft in America show? He's been
innovating for decades, and he's pretty 'mainstream' in the art world.
I'm sure there are a lot of other folks elsewhere, working in similar
It's all good. Mebbe.
Cool. Sort of Disney-esque.
I always wanted to make a claw and ball foot piece where one of the
balls looks like it is rolling away and the leg and foot are reaching
out and catching it at the end of the claws. Not my idea, I saw it in
FWW I think but great idea.
Those are great! The delcoverstuff not so much...in fact fugly.
If there is a 'feel' of 'flow' I'm all for it. But to design something
out-landish, just for the sake of 'different'...well try again.
Where is the style?
Or Dr. Seuss. Rent the video of _The 5000 Fingers of Dr. T_ some
The prop department had a LOT of fun- made several sets with nary a
straight line or right angle.
obQuote: "Yes, it's atomic... VERY atomic."
Not even close - mainly assembleges..
check out this "Nutt"y stuff.
As for Mr. Bennett's stuff - what a waste of fine wood
to say nothing of wasting his exceptional talent. Ladder
Back Chair - my, how cute and oh so clever - tee hee.
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