The above example has a tutorial. It is deceptively simple because it is all glued to a cube and not solid wood.
The example below adds a glass top which moves the design one step away from rustic.
This design can only be described as massive. It is similar to my Stone Lamp. Once it is placed, I don't move it.
This design from BHG added wheels but still I think there are advantages to building it on a hollow frame.
The precision of these cubes is created by using a much smaller twig. Speaks to my OCD side!
The last two qualify as sculpture but use the same concept of the above designs. They are by Korean artist Lee Jae- Hyo. He has many stunning sculptures at his sight and wood is only one material he works with.
Wouldn't a series of these complement the cement balls David and I made last year?
Previous Posts of Interest • The Branch Series • 2012
- Branch Whimsey
- Branches • Birch Branch Centerpiece
- Branches • Sliced
- Branches is the Round • Wreathes, Etc.
- Branches Framed
- Putting Branches to Use • Shelf Supports
- Putting Branches to Use • Branch Hooks
- Red Dancing Sticks • DIY for the Winter Garden
- White Winter Branches
- Start With a Branch
- Collecting Branches and Twigs
- Winter Branches • A Source of Inspiration
©2012 Ashbee Design, Marji Roy