Studio Woodart Vietnam takes hefty blocks of wood and transforms them into incredible sculptures. Founder Duy Tran has used his family background and training in traditional carvings and merged it with his interest in pop culture and anime. One of the latest masterpieces to emerge from the studio is an impressive rendering of Godzilla. Woodart Vietnam shared videos of two different versions of the reptilian beast.
Instead of carving a sculpture from one material, Gil Bruvel slowly builds his masterpieces with numerous parts.
Noh is a traditional Japanese theater art with a legacy that continues today.
Lustrous and hard-wearing, epoxy resin has risen in popularity among contemporary artists. Its versatility comes from being able to be combined with other ingredients such as pigment powders or even other objects like flowers and sand. In the case of Blake McFarland‘s work, he prefers to pair resin with different wood varieties. Since retiring from baseball, he works full-time as an artist, creating stunning sculptures of animals like wolves, bears, and beyond.
Chicago-based artist Zoe Feast is a maker with many talents.
Working from his studio in northwestern Pennsylvania, Scott Dow is a skilled chainsaw artist who is always pushing his creativity...
Online communities can be a big help for your profession or hobby. These groups can offer support and guidance as well as lend their expertise from anywhere around the world. The subreddit r/woodworking is one of those places. With over 4 million members, the community is home to anyone creating furniture, toys, tools, and more whether they are entering woodworking as an enthusiast or a professional.
Woodworker Trương Văn Đạo is one of those parents that goes the extra mile for his son.
Vietnam-based artist Phuong Nguyen (of The Wooden Model Design) creates intricate wooden models that are rendered to scale.
In a bid to bring the beauty of nature indoors, furniture designers Benoit Vauthier and Manu Lerendu create one-of-a-kind tables that pay homage to the breathtaking landscapes of America and Europe. Using traditional sculpting tools, they transform wooden surfaces into sculptural, relief table tops that look like little mountain ranges. In 2012, Vauthier and Lerendu met on the benches of the Quebec Cabinetmaking Institute and hit it off right away.
Starting your own creative business can be nerve-racking and feel like a huge leap of faith.
Japan is known for celebrating all things adorable.