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Wood Face - In a friend's house

Wood Face - In a friend's house

Painting Rock & Stone Animals, Nativity Sets & More: How to Make Stones Stand Upright and Expand Your Rock Painting Possibilities - Photo Version

Painting Rock & Stone Animals, Wood Filler applied to cracks, crevices, or the bottom to make the rock stand on its own

eighteen25: circle punch photo collage - super simple home decor

circle punch photo collage

circle punch photo collage - super simple home decor - do w first year monthly photos

This picture would be great for Jon's first day of senior year in high school. The chalk board would say 1st day of my senior year with the same expression on his face. Priceless!

First Day of School Activities {Blog Candy Contest}

beardtoken:    Nice workbench…    “Every piece of lumber has three kinds of surfaces: edges, faces and ends. A good workbench should be able to hold your lumber so you can easily work on these three kinds of surfaces. Any bench that falls short of this basic requirement will hold you back as your woodworking skills advance.”  (LostArtPress)

4 Workbench Classes, 3 Continents

Here’s the nearly completed shot of the handmade Roubo workbench that will be on the cover of the August 2010 issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine. Plans for this bench will be featured

The Face/Project | Tina Berning and Michelangelo Di Battist                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Tina Berning + Michelangelo Di Battista: Face/Project

Paper weaving: continuing on with the paper as fiber theme . UPDATE: The photographer is Michelangelo di Battista and the paper weaving is by Jennifer Berning: Hat tip: FFFFOUND!

I like the divide between the skull and beauty, how it's ripped the photo in half. "Beauty is only skin deep".

Relationship between life and death. inside, outside: No information about this but it is two different photographs put together to create a half skull, half face image. That heavily relates to the theme of inside, outside and in between.