Bamboo Death Star


Frank Howarth once again does magic with wood. (Be warned, his galleries and videos are a serious time sink).

Via Colossal Art.

Comments

  1. johnson catman says

    That was fascinating! It did not seem like it was ten minutes long. I better stay away from his website, otherwise I would probably get nothing accomplished. I love the artists that you highlight. You have some very eclectic tastes.

  2. says

    :D

    You have some very eclectic tastes.

    That I do. I feel lucky to be an artist; to explore the world through that filter, and I enjoy how other people perceive the world, and how they end up expressing all those perceptions.

  3. blf says

    I feel lucky to be an artist; to explore the world through that filter, and I enjoy how other people perceive the world, and how they end up expressing all those perceptions.

    Translation: She’s stepped on a lot by forty-foot high killer rats, and so tends to see things from a squashed-under-rat point-of-view. On the rare occasions of neither being squashed nor bug-sized, she’s so disoriented she covers herself with paint, feeds plastic to trolls, eats horses, and rides peas.

  4. says

    I love to see a beautiful well-used shop. Before the video was really started, I was happy. I knew I could walk around and all the things would be right where they need to be.

    He should have made a longer hand-hold on his sled. He’s got his fingers closer to the blade than I’d be comfortable with (I observe a 1 foot rule. as in “give your fingers a foot”)

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