Specialising in custom and personalised wooden plaques, whether it's a small wooden plaque as a gift to complete a bedroom wall or a large wooden plaque for outside a business, hotel or park, Justin can make the image in your mind into a reality.
Plaques can also be a one of a kind gift for any occasion including someones retirement, wedding, anniversary, birthday and even Christmas.
With our many years of experience, Let us get started on that one of a kind crafted plaque just for you! We will consider mostly any idea you might have in mind for your Custom Wood plaque.
We will carve personal plaques such as Family Name plaques, Wooden plaques for your home, Outdoor wood plaques, Custom Wood Plaques, Custom Welcome plaques and much more.
Buy something truly special
With more and more things in our lives becoming mass-produced, it is becoming harder to find truly unique objects to which we have a personal connection. When you buy an original work of art from Justin, you can rest assured no one else in the world owns something just like it. How many other things that you own can you say that about?
"The works I create are entirely crafted by hand, which makes each piece very unique. They are highly decorative, elegant and engaging.
Since I use hand tools, wood and natural leather, each piece is slightly distinct, which attests to its individuality.
I use fine leather, simple tools and well practised fire engraving methods to create my works of art.
All the lines and shades are burned into the leather, thus rendering it near impossible to erase or fade.
Natural dyes are injected into the skin to create deeper contrasts and sharpness. The top layer is treated with plant solutions to protect the surface against time and insect infestation.
Finally, a natural paste is applied to attain a fine finish. The completed pieces can be be used right away to complement any setting, whether it is home, office or a hotel room."
Did you know?
The process has been practised by a number of cultures including the Egyptians and some African tribes since the dawn of recorded history. Robert Boyer hypothesises that the art form dates back to prehistory, when early humans created designs using the charred remains of their fires.
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Justin continues to fulfil commissions for his clientèle. If you have a specific theme, view, city, building or street scene in mind feel free to contact us.
Submit your brief by clicking here! try to give as much information as you can so that we can get a good feel of you project.