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Andrew Sawyer's blog of fun things that inspire me.
Graduate of Rhode Island School of Design for Graphic Design. Now resident of San Francisco, CA.
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design-beats:

While they might be tricky to shuffle, these engraved wood playing cards are sure to be a conversation starter for your next pickup game of poker or go fish. Comes with a leather carrying case.
design-beats:

While they might be tricky to shuffle, these engraved wood playing cards are sure to be a conversation starter for your next pickup game of poker or go fish. Comes with a leather carrying case.
design-beats:

While they might be tricky to shuffle, these engraved wood playing cards are sure to be a conversation starter for your next pickup game of poker or go fish. Comes with a leather carrying case.
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pure-and-honest:

Egel tafelveger
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pienoy:

Le Cercle Fermé 
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myampgoesto11:

Wooden artwork by Cha Jong Rye
myampgoesto11:

Wooden artwork by Cha Jong Rye
myampgoesto11:

Wooden artwork by Cha Jong Rye
myampgoesto11:

Wooden artwork by Cha Jong Rye
myampgoesto11:

Wooden artwork by Cha Jong Rye
myampgoesto11:

Wooden artwork by Cha Jong Rye
myampgoesto11:

Wooden artwork by Cha Jong Rye
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razorshapes:

Jonathan Latiano - Points of Contention (2011) - Wood, plastic, acrylic, styrofoam, glass, plexiglass and salt
razorshapes:

Jonathan Latiano - Points of Contention (2011) - Wood, plastic, acrylic, styrofoam, glass, plexiglass and salt
razorshapes:

Jonathan Latiano - Points of Contention (2011) - Wood, plastic, acrylic, styrofoam, glass, plexiglass and salt
razorshapes:

Jonathan Latiano - Points of Contention (2011) - Wood, plastic, acrylic, styrofoam, glass, plexiglass and salt
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likeafieldmouse:

Keith Lemley - The Woods (2011)
likeafieldmouse:

Keith Lemley - The Woods (2011)
likeafieldmouse:

Keith Lemley - The Woods (2011)
likeafieldmouse:

Keith Lemley - The Woods (2011)
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1000scientists:

The Moon, 201236” x 32” Woodcut Print on White BFK PaperValerie Lueth and Paul Roden
1000scientists:

The Moon, 201236” x 32” Woodcut Print on White BFK PaperValerie Lueth and Paul Roden
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likeafieldmouse:

Cui Fei - Manuscript of Nature V (2007)
likeafieldmouse:

Cui Fei - Manuscript of Nature V (2007)
likeafieldmouse:

Cui Fei - Manuscript of Nature V (2007)
likeafieldmouse:

Cui Fei - Manuscript of Nature V (2007)
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thefreshprinceeffect:

splendidly-english:

more painful than any bullet

Satan’s handgun.
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designriver:

Mapuche by Alina Kazachuk
designriver:

Mapuche by Alina Kazachuk
designriver:

Mapuche by Alina Kazachuk
designriver:

Mapuche by Alina Kazachuk
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60timesaday:

 Bryan Nash Gill
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active-cultures:

thingsorganizedneatly:

thenakedbusinessman:

Diagram showing how a log is cut into sections

ed: Does anyone know who did this?Thanks to everyone who sent me information. Vincent Kohler is the artist.

karpintreenerdgasm
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vanished:

Ole Martin Lund Bo - Deceptive Outward Appearance

Using just wood and paint, Oslo, Norway-based artist Ole Martin Lund Bo created this anamorphic piece of art with a thought-provoking message. This installation seems as if someone just photoshopped those words onto an already existing image. Look at the other pictures (below), however, and you’ll soon realize that the three words have been carefully painting onto the white walls and wood sticks, becoming what seems like random black marks when viewed from different angles.
vanished:

Ole Martin Lund Bo - Deceptive Outward Appearance

Using just wood and paint, Oslo, Norway-based artist Ole Martin Lund Bo created this anamorphic piece of art with a thought-provoking message. This installation seems as if someone just photoshopped those words onto an already existing image. Look at the other pictures (below), however, and you’ll soon realize that the three words have been carefully painting onto the white walls and wood sticks, becoming what seems like random black marks when viewed from different angles.
vanished:

Ole Martin Lund Bo - Deceptive Outward Appearance

Using just wood and paint, Oslo, Norway-based artist Ole Martin Lund Bo created this anamorphic piece of art with a thought-provoking message. This installation seems as if someone just photoshopped those words onto an already existing image. Look at the other pictures (below), however, and you’ll soon realize that the three words have been carefully painting onto the white walls and wood sticks, becoming what seems like random black marks when viewed from different angles.
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electricwit:

woodcut prints by Bryan Nash Gill