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August 17, 2011

Slow Furniture - NYTimes.com

via dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com

Got some time on your hands? Try this. It's even slower than woodworking.  Something had to be.

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This is too good to be true. Edited perhaps? Anyways, this is the most rustic that it can get.

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Ditto, I think it is edited. But it would be nice if it were true though.

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If tools can be made to bend trees into this kind of furniture, it would be very cool. Interesting concept.

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This is an very interesting piece. I wonder if its made from a real tree.

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