21.09.15 by Staff

“Matchstickmen” by Wolfgang Stiller


Incredible wood sculptures by German artist, Wolfgang Stiller. A literal take on feeling burnt out. See more images below!

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10.09.15 by Staff

Trippy Kinetic Wooden Sculptures by David C. Roy


Amazing wooden machines produce trippy patterns and operate solely from a mechanized spring that’s simply hand-cranked and released. More images and demonstration videos below!

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15.12.14 by Jeff

“People Blocks 2” by Andy Rementer


Artist Andy Rementer recently designed a set of hand-made and hand-painted wooden characters, which were produced by Case Studyo. The pieces are interchangeable allowing for a variety of people or abstract sculptures to be created. More images below.

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02.11.14 by Jeff

Satisfying Video of the Day: The Making of a Kokeshi Japanese Wooden Doll


Watch Yasuo Okazaki turn a piece of wood into a beautiful Japanese wood doll, called a kokeshi. Seeing the doll take shape on the lathe, and watching Okazaki bring it to life with precise brush strokes is extremely satisfying. Watch the video below.

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16.10.14 by Jeff

These are Not Pieces of Trash They Are Detailed Paintings on Carved Wood


What you’re looking at is not a discarded cigarette package, it’s a detailed painting by artist Tom Pfannerstill on a carved piece of basswood. His artworks are made based on objects he finds in the street, which he carefully catalogs, noting the time and place of each. These re-created artifacts act as a very personal record of his movements through time and space. For him, creating these 3D memories is “strangely comforting in a world that is increasingly electronic and virtual”.

Lots more images below!

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10.07.14 by Jeff

Ngatai Taepa


Wood cut pieces by artist Ngatai Taepa. More below.

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10.04.14 by Jeff

“Woodoo” Stop-motion Animation by André Maat


André Maat brings some little pieces of wood to life with a terrific stop-motion animation. Watch “Woodoo” below!

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07.01.14 by Jeff



Assemblage works by Sebastian Sdkaröe Daschner. Found in the January Submissions post. See more below.

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