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This man turns a hunk of wood into something that looks like a box of old money.

Box of old money.

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To me it looks like a lot of talent wasted. They should be working on more important projects.
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To me it looks like a lot of talent wasted. They should be working on more important projects.
Amazing detail, I was thinking the same thing though.

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We just use the real thing here,whole lot less trouble?
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Our attitudes are pretty much the opposite of the "chair" thread that I voiced my negative opinion on.

That is sculpture. It's also fantastic artistry. I like it.
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Our attitudes are pretty much the opposite of the "chair" thread that I voiced my negative opinion on.

That is sculpture. It's also fantastic artistry. I like it.
I like it too and agree it's a sculpture but it has more of a flavor of craft work than art to me.
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Usually, I'm doing just the opposite - talking actual money and converting it into wood! 😏
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The "art" is in the eye of the beholder! Be safe.
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Usually, I'm doing just the opposite - talking actual money and converting it into wood! 😏

Or, in my case, converting a lot of that money into saw dust.
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Old money? I have never had money long enough to be old. The carver had a lot of time on his/her hands. I would never had the patience for something like that. Rather unique carving.

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