Spaghetti Western Theme Music and Flowing Wood Grain

Posted on July 16, 2014 9:00 pm

Probably won’t appeal to everyone, but I enjoyed this:


[Waves of Grain]

From the artist’s description:

To create this strata-cut animation, I planed down a block of wood one layer at a time, photographing it at each pass. The painstaking process revealed a hidden life and motion in the seemingly static grain of the wood, even as the wood itself was reduced to a mound of sawdust.

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8 Responses to “Spaghetti Western Theme Music and Flowing Wood Grain”

  1. Les says:

    A Fistful of Sawdust

  2. Proof says:

    More wood than you get on HBO.

  3. 4of7 says:

    For a Few Slivers More.

  4. Bob in Feenicks says:

    The Wood, the Bad and The Ugly.
    /trifecta!

  5. Oppo says:

    Hi, Planes Drifter.

  6. tedwade73 says:

    Pale Grinder

  7. Proof says:

    For all you sandpaper aficionados : True Grit

  8. tedwade73 says:

    The knots often looked at times like hurricane satellite photos.

    For maximum nerdery, this could be described as translating the spatial dimension of depth into the wood into the temporal dimension.

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