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Designer Saws

Designer Saws
culture
Contributing Writer
  • 12 march 2009

Brooklyn based wallpaper designer and commercial artist Dan Funderburgh inspires us to stop using our hands for typing and start using them for constructing. With a love for decorative arts, his new collection of saws entitled “My Name is a Killing Word” carries on his legacy of intricate design and craftsmanship. These saws are verification that the quality and detail of his work continues to grow (the only wood we’d allow them to touch is the stud in our wall…). Funderburgh recently received a grant from FEAST to adorn North Brooklyn with his innovative wallpaper. His work can also be found on the bottom of skateboards, books, clothing, and leather Moleskin covers. The artist’s graphic patterns with folk flare are worth checking out in its many mediums.

[via Today and Tomorrow]

– Contributed by Ashley Waghorne

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