Get Perfect Reveals with a Domino
Anissa Kapsales takes the Domino to another level by using shims to offset parts consistently and create interesting reveals.
In this video, associate editor Anissa Kapsales takes the Domino to another level by using shims to offset parts consistently and create interesting reveals. This seemingly obvious tip came from Libby Schrum’s incredible Mid-Century Credenza article in issue #260.
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