Designed to puzzle: Bulgarian architect Petar Zaharinov's clever designs range from practical, Danish-style aesthetics to M.C. Escher-like complexity. Plus, they come packaged in their own self-contained shopping baggie. Check out these nifty tables--they might boggle your senses!
MakevilleStudio, member | February 9th, 20111 comment
Transform an inexpensive IKEA glass lamp with this simple, elegant and easily customized hardwood shroud. Makes a great intro to mortise and tenons for kids, so enlist your "apprentice" to cut the side panels and tenons.
I'll be teaching a weekend workshop at Marc Adams school in October for woodworkers who want to have their techniques and projects published. We'll do two hands-on workshops, one to improve your writing skills, and one to show everyone how to shoot fantastic pictures of their work using any digital camera.
A few year's ago on his PBS show, the Woodright built the same Jefferson bookstand he recently demonstrated at Colonial Willamburg's Working Wood in the 18th Century conference, and you can watch that TV episode for free.