Wooden man

Add a touch of creativity to your home decor with unique wooden man sculptures. Explore top ideas to find the perfect wooden man that showcases your personal style.
Dressing up my little wooden mannequins using  paper towels, just for my own amusement.

Some of the projects that I take on are strictly for my own amusement. They don’t serve any real purpose, but I like to have something to do while I watch TV, and am easily amused. So I had o…

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Laura Erickson
My latest antique store shopping haul included a beautiful footstool for my home office, a couple of antique wooden shoes that are hanging up in our entryway as unique wall decor, stacking vintage wooden trays, a vintage artist's figure mannequin, a blue onion flour jar, and a small wicker basket to use as a planter on top of my vintage kitchen scale. Antique shops and thrift stores are one of the best sources for home decor and DIY design. - Miss Mustard Seed #missmustardseed Design, China, Mustard, Rustic Cottage, Mustard Seed, Antique Stores, Pots, French Antiques, Antique Style

My latest antique store shopping haul included a beautiful footstool for my home office, a couple of antique wooden shoes that are hanging up in our entryway as unique wall decor, stacking vintage wooden trays, a vintage artist's figure mannequin, a blue onion flour jar, and a small wicker basket to use as a planter on top of my vintage kitchen scale. Antique shops and thrift stores are one of the best sources for home decor and DIY design. - Miss Mustard Seed #missmustardseed

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Jeannie Anliker
Untitled (Mannequin with Cone and Sphere) by Man Ray. Lee Miller, Man Ray, Man Ray Photos, American Artists, Man Ray Photography, Artist Mannequin, Ray, Show Of Hands, Man

The tabletop still life seems an unlikely subject for modernist photographers, but during the 1920s and 1930s many artists were drawn to the enigmatic aspects of found objects and their potential as subjects for the camera. Beginning in 1926, when this photograph was taken, and continuing for more than forty years, Man Ray made a series of images based on a pair of male and female mannequins he dubbed “Mr. and Mrs.

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ruth warnock