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  1. New House Number Sign

    A small project I have been wanting to do for a long time. It is made it from poplar. I planed the numbers and the outer trim down to 1/4" then found some numbers online that I liked and printed them out. I then took the numbers I printed out, used some spray on adhesive on them and cut out...
  2. Finger post road sign

    I was commissioned to recreate this Finger Post road sign. The only thing the client provided was a photo from 1968, showing the sign from her fathers front yard when he was stationed in England. The post and arms were simple enough, but I had two major concerns; 1, Was which font was used for...
  3. ''ROAD SIGNS''

    Not exactly road signs….those are direction signs for some restaurant. Walnut boards 50×20cm, laser engraved, than painted with water based white colour, finish sprey laquer. Columns - firwood, base- pine boards. Boards were screwed to column at the back. It is 180cm high.
  4. ''ROAD SIGNS 2''

    One more ''road sign'' project for same customer (hotel-restaurant) Walnut boards 50×20cm, laser engraved, than painted with water based white colour, finish non glossy laquer. Columns - firwood, base- poplar boards. Boards were screwed to column at the back. It is 180cm high.
  5. ROAD SIGNS

    Wooden road/mountain signs, 130 cm height. Base and column made of firwood,....half length of square profile cut with angles to direct arrow boards. Walnut arrow boards just screwed on column. Finish wood oil.
  6. Hand Tools
    This is a housework, knife type Shirasaya Both made with steel in 1070, the wood is Louro and the table is Jatobá.
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