I am an illustrator and graphic novelist. Every year I focus on a new medium to challenge myself. I have a contemporary approach to pyrography, I create the work by burning each line and symbol into raw wood.
Mr. Jerzy Fober, Polish sculptor and professor of Silesian University, creates contemporary sculptures, using timber balls. depicts biblical themes in a modern way, draws attention to the problems that are currently also today, he is using an axe to finish it!
Growing up surrounded by trees, I've found a deep affinity for the life force present in the natural world. For years I worked long monotonous hours in the city, in front of a computer, and felt like I was contradicting my...
Many, many years ago, I fell in love with the forest. I escape the stress of city life to find peace and inspiration for my work. Through the sheer diversity of natural form, I have become convinced that in order to...
French designer Benjamin Graindorge crafted this “FallenTree” bench from glass and the remains of an oak. "Wood is a living material, the industrial tool I use as a designer has rationalized it, and it has become an effective material," he says.
'Elsewhere' is a beautiful found-wood mural by Belgian artist Stefaan De Croock that he made with old furniture and doors. He's been working full-time on 'Strook,' this artistic project, since 2011. Strook avoids repainting any of the material that he finds,...
These surreal wood sculptures by Japanese sculptor Yoshitoshi Kanemaki will become so much more impressive once you see how much work it took to make them! For one of her latest sculptures, an otherwise-ordinary girl with 12 faces, Kanemaki created a...
Jordan Mang-osan, an award-winning Filipino artist, has harnessed the sun's power to create beautiful artwork. By using a magnifying glass, he focuses the sun's rays into a super-hot point that he uses to burn beautiful drawings onto wooden boards.
Can piling logs be an art form? Yes, apparently. There are people out there who arrange huge piles of logs into beautiful pictures that will gradually disappear as they are burned throughout the cold winter months.
Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth, a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based artistic duo, has unveiled their “Overlook” woodcut print, an epic work of art that they spent the last 2 years (on and off) designing and making. The dedicated duo, which runs the Tugboat...