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Object Guerilla is coming to print.

126 prototypes. 116 blog posts. 57 Instructables. 10 years.

Along the way, Will Holman used improvised workshops to build his own furniture from found materials. Guerilla Furniture Design distills that hard-won knowledge into 35 lean, low-cost projects for the modern nomad.

The book release with author Will Holman was on March 28th, 2015 at the Station North Tool Library, 405 E. Oliver Street, from 7-10 PM. There were lots of posters, prototypes, local brews, and a few signed copies. Check out Object Guerilla for more information.

You can also check out Storey Publishing, the Guerilla Design Contest on Instructables, or a preview of the book on Issuu or read BmoreArt’s interview with Will by Bret McCabe.

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photos by rebecca juliette for BmoreArt – click to enlarge

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