If you follow Logs End on Facebook or Twitter, you likely saw our post about Thomas Dambo the Danish artist and designer. Together with a team of creative souls, Thomas upcycles “trash” and leftover wood scraps to create larger-than-life art installations and furniture. We urge you to take a look at his art and design projects, especially if you need a little inspiration.
A little closer to home, Derrière Les Bois (Behind the Woods) showcases the beauty of wood by crafting custom art and utilitarian pieces. The utilitarian products including binders, cuff links, and cutting boards are proving very popular and make ideal gifts for the person who has everything. The recycled wood scraps turned silhouette art caught our eye, as it melds the beauty of wood with bright colours to bring images and words to life.
Have you come across an artist or designer giving recycled or reclaimed wood a new lease on life? If so, we want to see and share their information. Leave us a comment, or connect with us on social media.