john anton.

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Ljusterö in the archipelago of Stockholm. Spring is slowly moving in.

Plywood glueup for a stool. It still turns out the way I want, I have big plans for the rectangular hole you se, but I let you know later.

Last week me and a couple of makers visited Malmö to have the second last meeting before our end-exhibition in May in Umeå. We have really big plans and I know it is going to be a powerful ending of the project “slöjdinkubator”. We will try to connect the visitor to the craft combined with food and at the same time interact with the exibition. Moore info later.

Here is me, interpreting Malmös most famous building, “Turning Torso”. I carved it out of fresh birch. Peace

Stool made ​​of waste material, mostly pine and oak

Stool made ​​of waste material, mostly pine and oak

Custom made shoerack for big boots, hanging to ease cleaning the floor

Custom made shoerack for big boots, hanging to ease cleaning the floor

Been working on some different projects these days.. Here´s some pics from a new sofa, stay tuned for the finnish product with pillows and fabric

Shelf to a dressingroom almost done. Birchplywood, oak and walnut.

Shelf to a dressingroom almost done. Birchplywood, oak and walnut.

My concrete table in the middle of a morning show-studio in swedish television. The hole concept is based on the idea to only use young and local made objects. I thank http://holgerdesign.se/ for being a part of this project.
The pair of black chairs are made of http://www.juliagamborgnielsen.com/
 who are one of the participant ‘Slöjdinkubator’ with me. Moore info about that later.

Peace