Today, you will get to know Marcin. In his everyday life, he deals with contracting new furniture for our Customers. What does his work look like and how does he combine it with his private life? ➡️ Read more here: http://mia.com.pl/en/2017/11/18/worklifebalance-x-mia-marcin-bogusz/
Wood, nature and machines are not the only things you encounter when travelling and these are just some of the amazing people of Japan you meet as you move from town to town. . I was also blessed to catch the autumn colours as it swept through from top to bottom of the islands. This tiny baby was dozing off in his parents arms during a crisp-chilly morning in the highlands of Nikko, Japan.
Looks like I'll be retiring some of the smaller (Marunaka) supersurfacers. (250mm and less) I will coat them with a white gloss enamel paint and adorn them with a few pieces of exotic veneers (cut from the larger superfacers) as an inlay feature and use them as bedside-tables to place perhaps, a woodworking magazine, lamp-shades or even a hot coffee and cake? (Rare machines usually make an ideal furniture piece in the right setting!) - Looks like I will be re-writing my 'Rare Machines' article in a 'professional' woodworking magazine and title it: 'A Slice of Rare Machines'. "By: Vince Manna"