Laser-etched Wood Panels by Frank Chimero

It’s really pretty stupid that I haven’t posted about Frank Chimero before. I’ve seen and loved his work for about a year now, I follow him on the Twitters, there’s really no good reason. But I was browsing his Flickr yesterday and I came across his new laser-etched wood panels he’s in the process of making and I thought it went well with the things I’ve been posting today…. oh yeah, and they’re freaking beautiful. I’m not sure what size these will be or when they’re going to be released, but I’m sure I’ll re-post about them when they’re available.

My favorites are the log (the irony!) and the record with the hands, though that face one looks pretty sweet as well. Keep up the excellent work Mr. Chimero.

Bobby

8 Comments Laser-etched Wood Panels by Frank Chimero

  1. Brooke July 2, 2009 at 7:09 AM

    I think the last one is actually a pottery wheel.

  2. Will Bryant July 2, 2009 at 9:11 AM

    thank you for posting Frank’s work.
    He’s a champion!

  3. nerdski July 2, 2009 at 10:26 AM

    Wonder if they will be at available for next weekend’s Renegade Craft Fair LA.

  4. Frank Chimero July 2, 2009 at 12:32 PM

    The last one is intended to be a record, but I guess it could also be a pottery wheel. It’s open for interpretation?

    These will be available at next weekend’s Renegade Craft Fair in LA, and then the next fair the following weekend in San Francisco.

    Once I’m done with all the travel I have slated in July, they’ll be added to my web shop in August.

    Thanks for the interest, everyone, and thanks for blogging about my little project.

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  6. custom wood panels December 11, 2009 at 5:16 PM

    Wow those are really cool. Not much info on how he did it though… I’m also curious about what type of wood he used.

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