If you have a large lumbar table that has developed cracks on it, you might want to break it apart and use the wood to create other furniture pieces. But some artists have put a cracked lumbar table to good use and converted it into a piece of art that will certainly make the table a focal point in anyone’s home. This piece of art on a cracked wooden table was created by Woodcraft by Design. This is a woodworking studio that works on creative assignments in Auckland. Finding imperfections in natural wooden tables, a solution was reached by filling the cracks with stones, bugs, leaves and shells in crystal clear inlays.
The inlays are created with the use of clear resin which dries up to form a hard but durable mass. Hence, the inserts in the inlays can be preserved and form beautiful artworks in the cracks found on wooden tables. The applications are varied that include works of art that glow in the dark as well. The news of artists fill table cracks with sea shells and others has spread across the online world.