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Philadelphia based McNabb & Co. Studio offers a refreshing and unique take on fine woodworking in their project, “The City Series”. Founder James McNabb meticulously uses a bandsaw to individually shape small pieces of various wood species, eventually combining them into stunning collages of sorts. The abstracted architectural forms come together in an interesting perspective […]

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We don’t typically feature a lot of product here on Experiment with Nature, but this one was too cool to pass up. Introducing FLYTE  : “FLYTE is a levitating light which hovers by magnetic levitation and is powered through the air. With FLYTE, we’ve set the lightbulb free.” The bulb features cutting edge technology paired with […]

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Here at Shwood we are avid fans of photography- both digital and film- and love to see new and interesting ways of capturing subjects. Photography offers a unique way to show a perspective, freeze a moment in time, or to tell a deeply moving story. Alberto Seveso instantly captured our attention with his series, “Heavy Metals”, in which he […]

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Jesse Morrow did such a fantastic job in telling his story in his first Journeys feature that we decided to bring him back for a second round. This time, he and a friend explored Southeast Asia, discovering that sometimes a trip becomes about more than just the itinerary. See some sample photos below and check […]

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For the 21st installment of our Journeys series, we follow along with Jeremy Koreski & Trevor Gordon on a surf exploration in Ecuador. In his own words: “I‘ve always liked traveling to places I‘ve never heard of. It‘s better that way. If I‘ve heard of a place, I figure a lot of other people will have too. And […]

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