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I love it. So cool. Keep them coming Cru
 

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WOW! Funky!!!!! Love it new blood here on Lj's, great post thx for sharing!
 

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cool dude…..
 

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very interesting design
 

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Very nice, unique and different.
 

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I love it! Can't wait to see more of your ideas.
 

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This is quite an interesting piece of furniture! Do you have any more pictures of it you can share with us? A lot of us prefer and love to see more than one photo, especially of something like this that has other curves and details we'd miss from just one photo.

Welcome to LumberJocks! Looking forward to seeing more of your work!
 

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Nice collaboration of materials. Turned out great.
 

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A most interesting piece ,design and build. Very well done.
 

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OMG what an awesome design, and the execution must have been a blast, very cool
 

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Wicked design, I also request more pictures

How did you cut out the plywood skeleton pieces?
 

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Way cool man! (That's how you say in the States, not so?) I love contemporary design an outside-the-box thinking!
 

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Very slick - love it.
 

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To Canadian Woodworks… I made a template and then used the router to cut all the pieces for the skeleton. Also I do have a few more pictures I'll post. Because of the length of the piece it was a little difficult to shoot.
 

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Truly inspiring use of materials. I love the way the plywood has been turned 90 degrees from its typical usage to create curviness. The paint gives it inorganic and organic contrast. Love your work.
 
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