A combination of chalk and charcoal, to be washed off so that nothing remains.
Shou Sugi Ban, the ancient Japanese process of burning timber appears to weaken the wood, but in fact does the opposite; providing strength and protection.
Burnt Sequoia's at Moro Rock, California.
Sustainably-harvested Honduran Cedar wood carving, with screen-printed copper and hand-finished inlays. 40cm x 2cm. Available at Fluorescent Smogg
Limited edition zine, linocut and wood-carving set.
A handmade book of linocuts, original works and risograph pages capturing abstract and literal references.
Photography by Filipp Shamshin
Many thanks also to James Brazil, Charlie B and Catherine Gale.
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