Saturday, 18 June 2011 13:30

Beautifully Intricate Locks

Designed by Franz von Stuck and found at Bremen City Hall, Germany.

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Tuesday, 31 May 2011 20:10

The H.O. Studley Tool Chest


"Henry O. Studley (1838-1925) was an organ and piano maker, carpenter, and mason who worked for the Smith Organ Co., and later for the Poole Piano Company of Quincy, Massachusetts. Born in 1838 in Lowell, Massachusetts, Studley is best known for creating the so called Studley Tool Chest, a wall hanging tool chest which cunningly holds some 300 tools in a space that takes up about 40 inches by 20 inches of wall space when closed." -Wikipedia

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Crochet might be a popular leisure time activity, but it's a form of art for Joana Vasconcelos. Adding to the list of her crochet patterns, that includes computers, sculptures and bridges, this piano christened Piano Dentelle looks dainty, and plays a fine tune.

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Sunday, 22 May 2011 17:55

Richard Satava's Glass Jelly Fish

I got a few e-mails about this photo I took at Richard Rothbard's American Craftsman Gallery.


The artist's name is Richard Satava, a master glassblower who is based in Chico, California.

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Wednesday, 18 May 2011 00:01

Richard Rothbard - The Boxologist

Richard Rothbard is a master woodworker, a successful businessman and gallery owner--his American Craftsman galleries represent over four hundred artists nationwide—and the originator of a unique style of intricately carved wooden puzzle boxes.

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