An axe for a jolly woodcutter?

By Ingrid Fetell Lee


Not so appropriate for the urban jungle, perhaps, but I still find these joyful axes completely irresistible. Amazing how the cheeriness of the handle strips out all the violence of the blade. Also, a good example for me of how the aesthetics of joy know no age or gender, as I could see these in the hands of a young woman or slung over the shoulder of my dear old grandpa. Makes you want to get your hands dirty, and whistle while you work!

Axes from the Best Made Co. Via Daily Candy.

June 9th, 2009


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