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Down the Holler: Living Edge Hardwoods provides slab wood and finished furniture, bringing the contours of nature into your home

woodgivesmewood:

Woodmizer milling live-edge black walnut slabs at the 141st Tunbridge World’s Fair - Tunbridge, Vermont.

— 1 year ago with 5 notes

Beautiful Table!

Beautiful Table!

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— 1 year ago with 25 notes

HollerMan’s photostream on Flickr.Beautiful DIY installation job on this natural edge cherry counter!
Cherry BarCherry BarCherry BarChainsaw mill

HollerMan’s photostream on Flickr.

Beautiful DIY installation job on this natural edge cherry counter!
— 1 year ago

pottsvillain:

Desk project- Top

My dad needs a new desk, so I worked up a design and we both started working on it.  He has a bunch of walnut from trees on the property that he had cut at the local saw mill and had dried.  Started with a 2 1/2” thick piece at 17” wide, which is too big for his planer.  After a very brief attempt to level with hand tools, we made a manual 3 axis router sled to surface each side.  Took a little less than 1/4” off each side to eliminate the warp. 

Sides are smoothed, but kept the natural shape of the edge.

Next up- legs…

looks great! Beautiful colors in that walnut

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— 1 year ago with 9 notes

#desk  #Living Edge  #natural edge  #Black Walnut 

HollerMan’s photostream on Flickr.
Me at 11-13, and a Beautiful Cherry Slab, we have 2 more of these available!!
Cherry DeskCherry DeskCherry DeskMaple Coffee Table

HollerMan’s photostream on Flickr.

Me at 11-13, and a Beautiful Cherry Slab, we have 2 more of these available!!

— 1 year ago

#natural edge  #downtheholler.com  #Chainsaw mill  #Black Walnut  #Cherry  #Desk  #Table  #Living Edge 

HollerMan’s photostream on Flickr.
The latest batch of archived photos from furniture made by my father.
Log MantleLog MantleLog MantleWalnut Dining Table with benches

HollerMan’s photostream on Flickr.

The latest batch of archived photos from furniture made by my father.

— 1 year ago

#Living Edge  #Natural Edge  #Mantles  #Coffe Tables  #Dining Tables  #Benches  #Black Walnut  #Down the Holler 

reaction-designs-metalwork:

This is a custom pendant I fabricated for a customer. It’s designed to resemble a personal Submersible from the video game BIOSHOCK.

The Bathysphere was a personal un-powered submarine used for research and observation. It was in essence a large sphere that would be lowered into the ocean. It would maintain pressure and a breathable atmosphere for a fixed amount of time and would then be retrieved. It could hold passengers or simply an array of sensors. In BIOSHOCK they are used for transportation via a network of rails.

The main hatch porthole and spotlight lens are composed of resin. The hatch is held closed with a magnet. The interior light is visible through the hatch, but to fully appreciate the detail you have to open the door.The main hatch swings open to reveal the control room.The back plate twists off to allow access to the battery box. The blue push button activates the lights. Entirely hand formed brass with an oxidized patina. Overall size is 2” in diameter and 1.75 ” thick.

I love your work!! Great Stuff

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— 1 year ago with 34 notes