The Craftsman Workbench Project

I have nothing to do with Craftsman at the moment… and I’m not being compensated to feature this video at all. I just found it interesting. And regardless of the overly commercial production, you gotta like the workbench.

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Garage Art

I don’t do this very often, but Steve is a buddy and I really dig his passion for this stuff… Anyway, I’ve long had a love for Wolf’s Head Oil stuff. I have one of the original 3′ by 6′ signs that hung in my grandfather’s shop that I cherish and I’ve always wanted more, but they are next to impossible to find. And when you do find them, they seem to always be priced around $1200. Rich.

That’s where Steve comes in. Through Garage Art, he just released a new line of “patina” signs that feature an aged look. And while it might be valid to turn your nose at man made patina, it starts to make a lot more sense when the value of the real thing gets out of hand for a casual admirer.

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Small Parts & Supplies

Not mine, but boy do I wish it was… I was told this small parts organizer is from the early 1900’s, but there is no way to be certain. All I can really say is that it’s gorgeous!

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The Electric Station

This is absolutely bitchin… A swede designer decided to make an electric work station inspired a 19th-century writing desk. It features a ton of drawers for storing solder, connectors, wire, etc… Plus, space for a built-in computer, a soldering system, and all kinds of other modern niceties. Inspiring.

Check it out.

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Plastic Bins
Plastic Bins