Lamps Made from Sawmill Waste and Tree Branches Embedded with Resin and LEDs by Italian designer Marco Stefanelli.
Korean sculptor Cha Jong-Rye works with wood as if it were clay or paint. She layers and sands hundreds of delicate wood pieces to create pockmarked canvases, threatening beds of thorns, or wall-sized recreations of crumpled cloth napkins.
fragment lights by anzer farms
Skeletal Creatures Carved From Everyday Objects - Maskull Lasserre
Yukio Takano (Japan) Mushroom Light Lamps - It's Complicated
Deborah Butterfield Happy Medium, 2011 unique cast bronze with patina 93 x 110 x 40 inches
Sketching with a Band Saw: James McNabbs Scrap Wood Cityscapes wood sculpture architecture
High Voltage Erosion: Volts Travels Through Wood experiments by Melanie Hoff via Colossal
Giant Charred Matchstick Faces by Wolfgang Stiller
The Woodwork of Cha Jong Rye wood sculpture