In issue 100 of Wood Review Damien Wright discusses the politics of designing and making. This video gives some insight into his own making processes. Read more
Sliding dovetails can offer a better furniture construction solution than open mortice and tenon joints, especially when using slabs or large sections of timber, writes Hamish Hill.
The pleasing lines of a Japanese wooden plane enticed Terry O’Loughlin to make one out of Australian eucalypt.
A short video that introduces a few traditional tools and processes.
Tips from Evan Dunstone on how to handle this sought-after native Australian species.
Damion Fauser demos a few of the techniques he writes about in issue 89 of the magazine.
Experience is a hard way to learn. Richard Vaughan shares some personal safety tips.
A real-time view of one of the projects featured in the December 2015 issue of Wood Review.