During the past 20 years Robin Wood has produced and sold over 30,000 wooden plates and bowls from his small workshop nestled into a Peak District hillside. Creating items for everyday use and making a living from his work as a craftsman is a fundamental principle underpinning Robin's working lifestyle. He seems very happy with the path he has chosen but his activities are not restricted to wood turning.
Robin is also Chairman of the Heritage Craft Association heritagecrafts.org.uk, is featured in many television craft programmes, and shares his skills and knowledge with others by running classes in bowl turning and spoon carving. He also writes a very interesting and informative craft blog. greenwood-carving.blogspot.co.uk
Dave and Lynwen went along to see him turn a bowl. artisanco.com
Robin Wood's website: robin-wood.co.uk
Max Lamb is a modern craftsman, the materials that he works with informing the production process chosen.
Modern Craftsmanship at the Homes of Alfred Dunhill
London 1st -- 26th February
Tokyo 14th March -- 9th April
Hong Kong 25th April -- 21st May
Shanghai 6th June -- 2nd July
Read the full article at dunhill.com/DAY8
Mollusk Shaper Series video of Danny Hess by Tyler Manson
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Enrico is a young craftsman / illustrator.
He realizes wooden animals caricatured, one of these is the Greundzo, always grumpy and unpleasant creature. I hope you like it.
This is about a furniture maker who builds with a fusion of American and Asian. Fascinating fellow. vimeo.com/54688326
Maybe you would prefer something about making wooden bowls with a pole lathe?