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Friday, November 30, 2007

Interior of Small Woodworking Shop, Florence


Comments on "Interior of Small Woodworking Shop, Florence"

 

Anonymous Lori S. said ... (9:01 AM) : 

What a romantic little shop! It feels like a timewarp. It's nice to see a true craftsman's shop.

 

Blogger Klokka said ... (9:09 AM) : 

lovely! makes me think of grandfathers and christmas and tea, and also makes me long for less technological surroundings..

 

Blogger Thu said ... (9:28 AM) : 

I love the child's touch, just behind the door.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:45 AM) : 

does kreativity grow in concrete, steel and glass?

 

Blogger ricpic said ... (9:46 AM) : 

The colors in the top photo are the colors that Braque made his world with.

 

Anonymous Brazilian Girl #7 said ... (9:47 AM) : 

What a nice surprise!!! :)

 

Anonymous Donna said ... (10:52 AM) : 

The top photo is art and I would love to display it in my home. The colors....and it has a mood. I love it.

 

Blogger Jill said ... (11:42 AM) : 

so charming

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:17 PM) : 

Ahhh...I love florence!

 

Blogger Paul Pincus said ... (12:21 PM) : 

I like these photographs very much. I think it's nice the way these images break up the flow of your portraits. I like the juxtaposition.

Random quote on juxtaposition:
"I like the construction of sentences and the juxtaposition of words-not just how they sound or what they mean, but even what they look like."
- Don DeLillo

 

Blogger Shabnom said ... (3:01 PM) : 

How romantic, I love stumbling over these perfect traditional little shops - Europe always does them best.

 

Anonymous Dani said ... (3:09 PM) : 

In the footsteps of another famous woodworking shop from Tuscany - that of Geppetto!

Were you just passing by?

 

Anonymous Kat said ... (9:21 PM) : 

Beautiful shots Sart, particularly the first one, great textures. That's the kind of thing I would put on a mood board for winter style inspiration. Would look beautiful as a print.

 

Blogger philip said ... (11:10 PM) : 

This is a collection, you know? Frame these stunning photos, and you've got a show.

 

Blogger lovely lady lessy. said ... (5:57 PM) : 

Wow!

I know this comment is slightly late, but I didn't have the opportunity to write anything yesterday. I just wanted to share how perfectly WONDERFUL these images are! My father was a carpenter while I was growing up, and we had a wood shop in our backyard where he would work during the days. I used to go out and visit him several times during the day, and I would do everything from play with the shavings and extra wood to give him pictures to "decorate" his shop with. I even remember a couple of clown ones!

This image is so busy... but wonderfully nostalgic. <3

 

Anonymous ultramarathoner said ... (4:07 PM) : 

Wonderful! It is refreshing to see this blog include some new concepts. It is pleasing to see that you and your readers appreciate and understand the joys of the artisan and his atelier.

I worked in real estate development for many years and "retired" at a relative young age (35). I now have my own shop focusing on restoration carpentry. I've never been happier!! The sense of accomplishment and pride is unparalleled when compared to other professions. I strongly encourage others who have the inclination and skill to pursue artisan work. These are the people that make the world a better place to live. As far as money, you should be able to make enough to get by. If you are good you should be able to bring in around $175k. You won't have many, if any, luxuries on that income, but you should be able to pay your bills.

Thanks for posting this.

 

Blogger Olimpia Liberti said ... (4:47 PM) : 

so lovely!!!
and with such a life!!!
perfect!

 

Blogger Nora said ... (11:14 AM) : 

These photos are so beautiful and moving. I love how your eye for design, color, and composition (and care about craftmanship) extend from fashion to other human endeavors.
Thank you.

 

Anonymous Android Phones said ... (2:03 AM) : 

I would describe the first combination of clothing as cool; the acrylic and metallic silver colors from the scarf and leggings offer an interesting balance that is not overdone or mismatching. I think the look would not be complete if the scarf were not there. 2945abc45 0425

 

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