In My Nature

In My Nature

May 17 2016

A love poem from humanity to a tree.

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Kaimanu

Kaimanu

May 17 2016

Chad Kaimanu Jackson was born and raised on the Central Coast of California. At a young age, Chad's father taught him the art of surfboard shaping. After spending a few years traveling as a pro surfer, Chad became interested in crafting surfboards out of alternative and sustainable resources. For the last five years he has been hand shaping unique and beautiful surfboards out of agave wood. Chad's passion for the ocean and shaping can be traced back to his Hawaiian lineage. His unique cultural background is also the driving force behind his goals to create low-impact and sustainable wood surfboards that perform at the level of current high-impact and toxic polyurethane foam surfboards.

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Benoit and the Trees

Benoit and the Trees

May 17 2016

A short look into the world of Benoit Bergeron, carpenter, sculptor and tree lover.

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Wood Teaching

Wood Teaching

May 17 2016

Every day, hundred of teachers in Spain are living around the wood. They join pasion for wood and vocation for teaching. They are joiners teaching the wood to students who not always have the vocation for it. Throughout this path, students learn a trade, to do their best, and they learn too to love the wood and the profession. For teachers, this is also a communal living and learning path, which is marking their life.

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Wood, Wine & Wonder

Wood, Wine & Wonder

May 17 2016

Two winemakers explore the uniqueness of the oak barrels they use.

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Man Who Build Extreme Parks in Siberia

Man Who Build Extreme Parks in Siberia

May 17 2016

This is the story of a person who promotes extreme culture in distant Siberia, building skateparks and Snow Parks, mostly from the wood.

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The Small Kannel

The Small Kannel

May 17 2016

The video gives a short overview of small kannel, a traditional plucked string instrument of the dulcimer and zither family native to Baltic-Finnic and Baltic people. It is estimated to be at least 2000 years old, some say even 3000. For almost a hundred years, especially in the Soviet time, it was out of favour, but regained its popularity in the last decade. Mart Aardam is the small kannel maker from Saaremaa portrayed in the video, who has made ca 150 small kannels.

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Okkyum Kim

Okkyum Kim

May 17 2016

Okkyum Kim is an award-winning violin maker who believes that he creates new life with each violin, viola, and cello that he makes.

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Wood'n'Soul

Wood'n'Soul

May 17 2016

How Wood is transformed into Music, one of the highest expressions of Human Soul: the special relationship between a Violinmaker and his Wood.

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34 Years A Wood Artist

34 Years A Wood Artist

May 17 2016

Artist David Scott has spent 34 years making beautiful wood furniture.

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