Living by the sea this summer has been so inspiring. This sailboat is part of my new drift lumber series.
Here I’ve used a wonky piece of drift lumber I found along the shoreline in front of my mom’s house. Each piece of tin is secured to the wood using tiny nails.
Each piece of metal comes to me having lived a previous life--in some cases multiple lives! It is not unusual for the material to sometimes have scuffs, scratches, faded portions, and general wear and tear. If a flawless finish is important to you, please zoom in to the pictures here to look for imperfections that might be distracting for you.
All adaptive reuse pieces come to you neatly displayed on an upcycled card and sustainably wrapped ready for gift-giving.
Please contact me if you have any other questions.
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