Wooden birds carved inside World War II-era Japanese American internment camps. A sampling of artwork in “The Art of Gaman” by Delphine Hirasuna. The bird’s tiny legs were crafted from surplus snipped off wire mesh screens over barrack windows.
Chicago flooring company Birger Juell Ltd., this bathroom floor comprises horizontal cuts of oak, birch, and maple, as well as tiny twigs and branches gathered from the client’s property. DIY Flooring - Bob Vila For a cabin or a outdoor area