Added by on 2017-04-25

►I do this for a living, help me live? http://bit.ly/JackmanWorksPatreon ►Please share and subscribe? http://bit.ly/JackmanWorksSubscribe Details! ▼ Nothing to see here, just one of those tacky wall pieces. I wasn’t expecting much from these but I was pleasantly surprised with the outcome. All the different texture, shapes, and colors actually make these really fun to look at. The main frame is made from pallet wood with a 1/4″ plywood backer-board. Letters were cut on the CNC from 1/4″ plywood and finished with chalk paint. The letters are held off of the back by a little over an inch to fit the preserved moss backing which is attached onto a chicken wire lattice trapped behind the letters and also with hot glue. \\\ CREDITS & PROJECT SPECIFIC LINK \\\ ■ Full build article: Coming soon \\\ GENERAL PANDERING LINKS \\\ ■ http://www.jackmanworks.com ■ http://www.youtube.com/jackmanworks ■ http://www.instagram.com/jackman_works/ ■ http://www.twitter.com/jackmanworks ■ http://www.facebook.com/jackmanworks ■ http://www.pinterest.com/jackmanworks Plans, stickers, t-shirts, etc: http://www.jackmanworks.com/shop \\\ MUSIC \\\ ■ Joe Mungovan – Again Related PostsPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsMaking Succulent Vertical Living WallHunting of banyan tree from wall ,root pruning,tips to grow plant ,and making bonsai in hindi/urduHow to Build a Living Wall Vertical Garden – This Old HouseDecorating with plants – Living wall installationLiving Wall 2

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18 Comments

  • Hassan dawoud 3 months ago

    Amazing work nice music …i really enjoyed to see your work

  • Gary Moore 3 months ago

    I have found so many great singers/artists by watching your videos! The woodwork aint half bad either!

  • Edionism 3 months ago

    Nice idea, well done and very nice music. Thanks! ;o)

  • Opa's Workshop 3 months ago

    very aesthetically pleasing Paul. and you're right I love all the different textures you incorporated into it.

  • Kelsey Finch 3 months ago

    i love how you edited this, it was beautiful

  • louie maldonado 3 months ago

    amazing work , but why is the music so depressing?

  • Josh Thomas 3 months ago

    Super cool! I didn't know you could hot glue sod.

  • bluebarnworkshop 3 months ago

    Really nice result.

  • Justin Levine 3 months ago

    This was awesome!

  • Name me 3 months ago

    Is that moss living?

  • alexgilseg 3 months ago

    Cool. But wont the moss go bad in no time?

  • Frank Heubner 3 months ago

    As always the music is spot on. Great project too. Thanks for sharing it.

  • Dair Carpentry 3 months ago

    i love your taste in music your videos are always a pleasure to watch Thanks

  • Daniel Solowiej 3 months ago

    Well, I think you're very wrong in the description of the video Sir. Nothing to see there? One of the best videos about feeling and editing that I saw, and how woodworking should not be the center of the scene always, also in the case of woodworkers. A concept of community art too. This is great, I'm a very happy subscriber 🙂

  • Fisher's Shop 3 months ago

    You continue to amaze me, Paul. Pretty neat project! So do they have to water that moss? If they spray water on it, are the word cut-outs sealed with poly? Or does it not really matter? Maybe it's just fake moss.

  • Shawty Gamer 3 months ago

    love your work the quality of video and the craftsmanship are a great combo and really inspiring

  • Get Square w/ Tom Jolley 3 months ago

    Cool project / build! Great video! FANTASTIC song choice, I love the music and it fit the video SO well!. I usually feel upbeat stuff works better for build videos, but this song was very complimentary to the movie… I am sure it is also a reflection of your editing skills. Good Job!!!