Marshmallow Box Garden
The Marshmallow Box Garden instillation features hand made boxes growing out of a fallen tree as a direct metaphor for making objects out of urban salvaged wood. The boxes are made from a variety of Oak Dunnage, the stems are made from steam bent Ash, and the tree is an Aspen tree that was damaged in a storm and removed from the Anderson Ranch property. Each box holds one marshmallow and the tops are held on with magnetic clasps.
Oak Dunnage, steam bent Ash, & raw Aspen tree • 1 bench • Boxes are 1 3/4" x 1 3/4" x 1 3/4'' • Full installation included 147 boxes and stems
These Construction Coasters feature a notch in each side which allows them to interlock to form aesthetically pleasing sculptures. Designed to encourage people to play and use coasters without being urged to do so.
Variety of recycled wood • 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" x 1/4''
God Save the Queen Beehive
The God Save the Queen Beehive is a traditional Japanese style beehive. It was commissioned by Walker Rollins, owner and operator of One Strong Hive. The beehive is made out of recycled Douglas Fir beams and features finger jointed boxes fitted tight without glue so it doesn't contaminate the honey. It has a cast cement weight at the base and hemp rope binds the piece together. Inside stainless steal wires supports the honeycomb. There are CNC mill carvings of bees featured on the front of each box.
Recycled Douglas Fir • 20" x 20" x 60''
Play Trays click together with notches in their sides to form unique serving tray sculptures great for parties. They are made from a variety of recycled hard woods and are finished with food grade oil.
Variety of recycled wood • 12" x 12" x 3/4''