I was asked by my friends Abigail and Andrew Stump of Madeleine Bakery & Bistro to make a display for their incredibly delicious macarons. I designed this in SketchUp and built it from ash, cherry, and walnut.
I made this cutting board for my niece. It’s loosely based on her Pomeranian, Mango. Made from cherry, mahogany, walnut, ash, and maple.
I carved this spoon while camping in Ohiopyle (and finished up at home). Made from the same tree used for Spoon #7.
This little cutting board is now in its new home in Portland, Oregon. I made this as a house-warming gift for my bro-in-law, the death metal vocalist/guitarist/bassist Daniel Kelley (@vulgar_necrolatry) in the band Ossuarium. It’s very roughly based on my Jackson guitar, with liberties taken in the form (I basically just sketched out a shape I liked onto the wood and cut it on my bandsaw after the other two rounds of cutting and gluing – swipe for in progress shots). Made from walnut, mahogany, cherry, ash, and maple. This was my first endgrain board – and you can see how I screwed up the grain direction at one point. But it was a fun and educational little project. I also successfully put this sucker through a planer (I can already hear the screams of warning from woodworking pros. Hey it worked fine – by using only 1/64” passes, if that. No exploding planer! Hope you guys get some nice produce hacked up on this thing, D!