Tiny House Summer Camp 4

Friday, June 14, 2013

Wood Shims as a Wall Covering? As Art???



Props to my friend, and recording engineer Joey Calabria, for this creative take on using up wood scraps and shims....to make a very classy piece of textured wall art. This shot is from his recording HQ "Acoustack Studios" in Hull, MA- the guy does really solid work, and its where Jay Shafer and I went to record our in-the-works tiny-house hip-hop tune (and soon to be music video!)
    Back on the wood scraps- It got me thinking (THAT'S that grinding sound...): What if you covered a whole wall in this stuff?? It'd look GREAT!


Meanwhile, guitarist Bill Bracken (of DEFDEALER) looks for some inspiration while laying down some riffs on the tune I wrote....




2 comments:

  1. Im *my* day, we called that "paneling". You'd put in your rec room.

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  2. in Hull, you say? That's where I live too! Where abouts and would he be up for a guided tour / offer for a beer?

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