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Wood Furniture, Wood House, Everything Wood

Livio De Marchi is a Venetian master sculptor who works exclusively in wood, and he can create some amzing stuff. He loves wood so much that everything around him is made from pure wood, starting from furniture, house, car and many more, as you can see from these pictures.

Here’s his wooden house, crafted entirely by hand.

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Wooden clothing

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The house from outside

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Finally his wooden car, that can also be used as a boat

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44 responses to “Wood Furniture, Wood House, Everything Wood” - Add yours!

  1. omg wtf orly? said:
    October 5, 2007

    Kids crying for a bowl of rice, and this guy blows his money this way? Great.

  2. emil said:
    October 5, 2007

    this is one crazy dude:)

  3. casper911ca said:
    October 5, 2007

    This looks terribly drab, boring, and antiquated. Only thing i could think is old person. If i walked into his house i would throwup.

    The guy is talented though. and makes some beautiful stuff, but someone should introduce him to a paint brush, maybe a little brushed aluminum.

  4. seav said:
    October 5, 2007

    i wanna have a fire in that house

  5. October 5, 2007

    Wow, amazing talent, but I’d be scared of slivers in every part of my body. Would be really neat to stain all that a nice Cherry color. @omg wtf orly? What about the starving kids in africa? heh

  6. ya rly said:
    October 5, 2007

    “Kids crying for a bowl of rice, and this guy blows his money this way? Great.”

    Kids crying for a bowl of rice, and you blow your money on an computer and an internet connection, as well your time reading blogs? Hypocritically great.

  7. James said:
    October 5, 2007

    And you buy a computer, stiing down, doing nothing, omg wtf orly?

  8. October 5, 2007

    I hope he has good fire insurance.

  9. jonjoe said:
    October 5, 2007

    Beautiful – amazing technique with the fabrics. It’s very rare to see wood being used so sculpturally. Great stuff.

  10. kellie said:
    October 5, 2007

    crying out for rice ,are you mad this guy makes all this himself probably cost him a whole lot les in raw materials then it cost you to decorate your house what a bad point !

  11. Von said:
    October 5, 2007

    wooden clothing? wtf?

  12. Mihoriel said:
    October 5, 2007

    I agree with seav. Burn!

  13. KC said:
    October 5, 2007

    Give up this unique art and skill because someone is hungry ?

    R u serial ?
    wtf does one have to do with the other ?
    did you give someone YOUR food today?
    ad infinitum

  14. sturdy said:
    October 5, 2007

    LETEM BURN!

  15. peter said:
    October 6, 2007

    So– whats his toilet and hrr hum,wiping material made of I wonder?

  16. Pissed off for no reason. said:
    October 6, 2007

    casper911ca … are you stupid?
    HE’S A MASTER SCULPTOR WHO WORKS WITH WOOD.
    What part of that don’t you understand?
    He’s a guy who’s devoted his entire life to sculpting and apparently wood. It’ll be like giving a surgeon a few television parts and expecting him to make a plasma screen outta that. Wood isn’t paint. It’s not even liquid!
    And to say “this guy is talented tho” – that implies that he’s somewhat of a rising talent. Again, he is a master sculptor who works with wood.

    People need to understand that art is how artists express themselves. And people express themselves in different ways, in different styles, using different techniques to accentuate those styles, and using differing mediums as well. For a sculptor to use wood is like a poet to use the word “avaricious” rather than “greedy” instead. A that poet’s poem, the use of that particularly word would affect the entire poem.
    And it seems that a lot of people on the internet do not understand such a simple thing. I’m pissed off by the ignorance.

    So I just wanted to say that. Bored. SAT’s tommorow. Nothing to do.

  17. james said:
    October 6, 2007

    pretty bad someone has so much bitterness in them that they have to criticize someone else’s passion and joy in life. omg wth orly. find something in your life to be passionate about and stop doggin others passions. you made a good point kellie.

  18. kari said:
    October 6, 2007

    Thank you Pissed off for no reason. Good to know there are still a few reasonable, thinking people out there.

    It is beautiful ART.

    And for those of you wishing his work would burn?? Shame on you. Are your hearts filled with such hatred?

  19. kira said:
    October 6, 2007

    This stuff is crazy!

    Does that guy have a website?

  20. October 7, 2007

    Wood clothing?! Someone has too much time on his hands.

  21. October 8, 2007

    Well You have my upmost respect. Oh my if only I , if only I, What wonderful god given talent and good honest to god hard work I am sure . James and Kari said it all and what needs to be said , However I just gotto imagine how hard this art must be to do (Labor extensive/labor intesive) and I hate to stoop so low , but I can’t help wondering if ol’ omg wtf orly has ever had a blister on his little hands from good ol’ honest to god hard work. BUT with a web name like that makes ya think” He talks the talk” BUT————

  22. lover of the arts said:
    October 8, 2007

    personally, i believe that everyone has their own opinion and what you think of something can’t be controlled by others, however, you as a Human Being (as hard as that may be to believe) should have enough common decency to respect what someone else loves and is damn good a doing. Hate all you want but take it somewhere else. People often take advantage of being able to leave things anonymously, seems more challenging to say something nice and helpful.

  23. [KwZ] said:
    October 9, 2007

    Well, he just got a bad case of termites. That’s what i read at wowomg.com

  24. bob said:
    October 9, 2007

    this is art …..in UK I just hear that some idiot is using a crack in the floor as modern art. ,this bloke wins

  25. October 10, 2007

    Actually the kids screaming for rice a probably being intentionally starved by warring government factions. Personally I don’t feel like buying rice to send to a tyrannical government. Ohh, yeah almost forgot, nice wood.

  26. Spudly said:
    November 3, 2007

    Very Funny [KwZ] For That Website, Asshole!

  27. billie said:
    November 6, 2007

    I would love to have that headboard!

  28. scud said:
    November 15, 2007

    i would love to take that wooden car for a spin! great art

  29. haki said:
    November 25, 2007

    the first thought that came to mind as i scrolled past the first pic was , what a big waste of fucking materials and money not to mention time. he could have done so much more with his instead of making these things… wooden clothing, come on. though i would like to have a ride in that car. the man is very skilled but i would consider making things like this to be just a hobby.

  30. 54Shadow said:
    November 27, 2007

    Doen’t bother me a bit what this guy does with his time or money. If he goes against the grain, it’s his choice.

  31. nicknfshfdg said:
    January 23, 2008

    Hi there folks!

    I like this foru msooo much, thanks for the creators.

  32. k2n5h1n said:
    January 24, 2008

    Starving kids? lmao, it’s probably more than likely that the man cut the lumber from his own property, in which case the cost to him would be the fuel he used to run a portable saw mill, and him carving the wood was his own time aka free. I’m not sure how him doing that, causes kids to cry over bowls of rice, but whatever you say.

  33. April 6, 2008

    Wow. Let’s hope there’s no fire there. Hope he’s not a smoker!

  34. hamid said:
    April 15, 2008

    this is actual art..
    can you some informations send me ,about how making (phases or making) this woody car.
    very thanks.

  35. Sheila said:
    April 23, 2008

    We were just in Venice and stayed at an apartment next to this guy’s shop. It was truly amazing! We met him and he wasn’t weird, instead he seemed like a friendly guy and very proud of his work. He also had some glass art and painted wood sculptures. Very cool!!

  36. ja said:
    May 5, 2008

    Does that car come with wooden airbags?

    Jokes aside, I think those are truly impressive, especially the car and the clothes, talented!

  37. fivekitten said:
    June 26, 2008

    Wow – This is fantastic – Incredible Talent…

  38. Dr.ayyams said:
    July 2, 2008

    i m from india.i really appreciate his work..its very interesting to see as well as to use….

  39. Talented musician said:
    October 6, 2008

    i find this art amazing, I’m no sculptor, but can see talent when i do. simply amazing.

  40. Codi said:
    March 6, 2009

    Casper, u seem like a pussy that lives in ur mothers basement. Grow a pair of nuts. All Im sayin I hope this guy doesnt get termites… LOL

  41. Kylie said:
    November 19, 2009

    imagine if you could see the faces of your readers as they move through your site, i bet this post would produce a real mixed bag of looks eh!

  42. December 9, 2009

    This guy is obviously extremely passionate about his art as well as a master of sculpting with wood. He is going to work everyday doing what he loves so it will never be a job for him. To those who criticize him, how many of you can say My job is my passion and I love waking up everyday to go to work?

  43. John McEnroe said:
    February 14, 2010

    yea nice Work

  44. Pritam Vilas said:
    May 17, 2011

    hey i loved these houses made up with wood. I would like to stay at these house atleast for a day if possible. very nice. Its so romantic………

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