I love timber – the more raw in form, the better. The various colours, grain, knots and age rings tell a story of growth, strength and resilience in nature. More often than not, timber is cut down to a form that hardly bears the marks of the original tree. So it was with some excitement, that I came across the intricately crafted work by Korean born artist Lee Jae-Hyo.
Retaining the visual form and beauty of timber logs, Lee Jae-Hyo painstakingly assembles and planes the crosscut logs to create beautiful and natural design pieces. You can drink in Lee Jae-Hyo’s other stunning designs at his website. Just Breathtaking.
~~ Lee Jae-Hyo ~~