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Deafmessanger wood

Deafmessanger Wood Turning Tento projekt začal jako hobby, podobně jako deníky Deafmessanger. Nejdřív jsem se dlouho díval na videa soustružníků a říkal si, jak skvělé musí být pracovat se dřevem tímto způsobem. V roce 2018 jsme s rodinou plánovali strávit dva týdny na chalupě mých rodičů. Je to velký rodinný dům, ale rodiče mu řikají chalupa a já jsem přebral jejich názvosloví. Pradědeček byl houslař a vůbec hodně pracoval se dřevem. Na dvorku je proto malá, ale skvěle vybavená dílna. Vzpomněl jsem si, že tam býval soustruh, a tak jsem zavolal tátovi a zeptal se, jestli tam pořád někde je. Táta mi řekl, že už nebyl funkční a tak skončil někde na skládce. Začal jsem prohledávat inzeráty a našel jeden...

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Diaries 2021 out now!

Hey, hey! Guess what we put in our online shop today? Yes! The 2021 diaries! It is always so exciting when we have them finished and ready to go. Haló, haló! Hádejte, co jsme dnes nahodili na web? Ano! Diáře na rok 2021. Vždycky máme radost, když je máme hotové. 

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Frames and notebooks with frames

During all those years we have been making notebooks I have met numerous people that told me that they bought our notebook or got it from someone but...they are scared to write into it. They find it so compact and „beautiful“ that they approach it rather like an object than a notebook for writing. They have it displayed in their bookshelf or somewhere else visible and they don't want to „damage“ it by writing into them. Of course we are flattered by the fact that someone sees our work as some sort of art object but we are also bit sad that the notebook is not used in the way it is meant to be. There is a second category...

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Limited edition notebook sets

A gift set of notebooks with an original art cover  If you are looking for a unique present for a really special friend, someone who you want to stay connected with, then we might just have the perfect new street art notebook for you. A while ago we were in Bali. My partner Luise’s sister traveled with us. In a little store, they bought two rings made by the same craftsman. Each of the ring was different (circle and square shaped), but it was apparent they belong together. They have been made by one pair of hands. Luise lives in Prague, and her sister in Berlin. Every time they meet, they switch the rings so that they take turns wearing either the...

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