On display at the Vancouver Airport
We recently installed one of our Little Black Dressers at the Vancouver International Airport in one of their display cases that feature art and designs from various West Coast artists. Be sure to keep an eye out for this fashionable piece in the International Departures Terminal. The dress is mounted on a smaller version of our Split Pine Beetle walls. The rear side of the wall also shows our iLog docking station, some pine beetle rocks, and a miniature model of our beloved Cindy cabinet.
the iLog, Mini-Cindy, and Pine Beetle Rocks
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Tagged alder, art, cabinet, Exhibition, Furniture, Pine Beetle, Rocks, Unique, unusual, Vancouver, Vancouver International Airport, Woodworking, YVR
Our studio has been making extensive use of the wood felled by the mountain pine beetle in BC. Starting with 2″x4″s, we’ve been splitting, cutting, sanding, tumbling and polishing this unique material into a variety of shapes and finishes. It has gone into plinths, walls, tables and cabinets; it has been scuffed and finished and made into polished river rocks. You may have seen some of these products at Trade shows like IDS West in Vancouver or 100% Design in Tokyo. If not, take a look and see what can be done!
This Table is like a living sketch that was created as Jud first started working with the Pine Beetle wood.
Pine Beetle River Rock Bench
Little Black Dresser set into a Mountain Pine Beetle wall
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Tagged BC, Bench, cabinet, Furniture, Little Black Dresser, Pine Beetle, Rocks, Table, Unique, Wood, Woodworking