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For years there have been roadblocks between you and the global audience you deserve. That era is over. Share your work with our international community and join the movement changing history: #CreativesRising
Get 19+ supports on your See.Me profile and be featured to hundreds of thousands this Friday! bit.ly/11b6GPx

For years there have been roadblocks between you and the global audience you deserve. That era is over. Share your work with our international community and join the movement changing history: #CreativesRising

Get 19+ supports on your See.Me profile and be featured to hundreds of thousands this Friday! bit.ly/11b6GPx

Posted on Monday, July 8th 2013

For years there have been roadblocks between you and the global audience you deserve. That era is over. Share your work with our international community and join the movement changing history: #CreativesRising. 
Get 19+ supports on your See.Me profile and be featured to hundreds of thousands this Friday! http://bit.ly/11b6GPx

For years there have been roadblocks between you and the global audience you deserve. That era is over. Share your work with our international community and join the movement changing history: #CreativesRising.

Get 19+ supports on your See.Me profile and be featured to hundreds of thousands this Friday! http://bit.ly/11b6GPx

Posted on Monday, July 1st 2013

The fashion runway is dead. You don’t need a critic to tell you your work is good. Share your work with our international community and join the movement changing history: #CreativesRising. 
Get 19+ supports on your See.Me profile and be featured to hundreds of thousands this Friday!  bit.ly/15Zt8Hw

The fashion runway is dead. You don’t need a critic to tell you your work is good. Share your work with our international community and join the movement changing history: #CreativesRising.

Get 19+ supports on your See.Me profile and be featured to hundreds of thousands this Friday! bit.ly/15Zt8Hw

Posted on Monday, July 1st 2013

You don’t need a gallery to tell you your work is good. For years there have been roadblocks between you and the global audience you deserve. That era is over. Share your work with our international community and join the movement changing history: #CreativesRising
Get 19+ supports on your See.Me profile and be featured to hundreds of thousands this Friday! 
http://bit.ly/11aPtpg

You don’t need a gallery to tell you your work is good. For years there have been roadblocks between you and the global audience you deserve. That era is over. Share your work with our international community and join the movement changing history: #CreativesRising

Get 19+ supports on your See.Me profile and be featured to hundreds of thousands this Friday! 

http://bit.ly/11aPtpg

Posted on Monday, July 1st 2013

See | James McNabb
The City Series is a collection of wood sculptures that represent a woodworker’s journey from the suburbs to the city. Each piece depicts the outsider’s perspective of the urban landscape. Made entirely of scrap wood, this work is my interpretation of making something out of nothing. Each piece is cut intuitively on a band saw, resulting in a collection of architectural forms, each distinctly different from the next.
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See | James McNabb

The City Series is a collection of wood sculptures that represent a woodworker’s journey from the suburbs to the city. Each piece depicts the outsider’s perspective of the urban landscape. Made entirely of scrap wood, this work is my interpretation of making something out of nothing. Each piece is cut intuitively on a band saw, resulting in a collection of architectural forms, each distinctly different from the next.

Join a community of creators at see.me

Posted on Thursday, April 18th 2013