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Steel panel bed. The steel comes rolled in sheets, but after oxidization, it takes on a warm and almost wood-like hue.
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Steel gone whimsical: the Dingle Bed, made of steel rods with dingles. Dingles are "brightly colored balls of fired clay." You knew that already, though, didn't you?
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Chris Cardy starts to treat a sheet of steel. It's a dangerous job; he wears plastic gloves.
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Jeff Ferrando contemplates his welding project.
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Jeff Ferrando gets to work welding.
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Wine racks that stand tall: some years back, Wine Enthusiast magazine had Delia produce them for sale on that retail space we all know and love, the airplane SkyMall!
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No scrap isn't worth saving to be made into something, sometime. Garden trinkets, shelves... who knows.
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Cats resting before being made into garden wardens.
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Ivan McLean used to be a Delia partner; he now concentrates on sculpture, his first love, but still shares the Delia shop with the other guys.
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High fashion trashcans - you may have seen them on NE Alberta.
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