Klecksography is the art of making images with inkblots. Spots of ink are dropped onto paper, which is then folded while still wet to create mirrored patterns, resembling the natural details of woodgrain. Initially random, these patterns quickly form and take on meaning and identifiable features.
The cover shot is a stunning example of the natural beauty William Hands look to expose on every piece they make. Using a sustainable log of American Black Walnut, hand selected, trimmed and arrayed by the expert hands of master veneerer, ‘Rocky’. The brief for this particular table was to create a unique, private dining room table – and with it a piece of furniture art.
Courtesy of Paul Alexander, William Hands