Earlier this year, we saw Norwegian product designer Stian Korntved make one eclectic wooden spoon a day for 365 days. Now, a neighboring designer over at Sweden ups the weird wooden spoon game (we are making it a thing now) with Oddwood, a collection of wooden objects that are as eclectic and, as the name suggests, odd as ever. Maybe it’s a Scandinavian thing.

Anders Bollman is the artist behind Oddwood, handmaking spoons of all shapes and sizes using woods sourced from his home country. He treats his irregular, one-of-a-kind items with natural, locally-produced linseed oil varnish that gives them a slightly glossy sheen.

Bollman also makes cutting boards and more. See them all and shop them here.

  • Source: It's Nice That
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