Best Made never ceases to amaze me with the top notch products they offer and these knives are no exception. Please take a look at the gorgeous lineup below and head over HERE to pick up yours, and just so you know, you missed my half birthday.
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As anyone who has read my blog between 2008 and now should know, I am in love with everything that comes out of Best Made Company, whether it be a gorgeous axe or a handsome patch. The first Best Made axe that came into my possesion was the “Black Donald,” a felling axe in my signature colors, black and red. The axe was purchased for me by a client and friend in exchange for a shoot of his living space for Design*Sponge and it quickly became one of my favorite pieces of art in my own home. Below you can see a photo direct from the Best Made site of my precious axe!
Now, onto the real point of this post. In honor of arguably the greatest children’s author in history, Maurice Sendak, Best Made has created a special limited edition axe to commemorate his passing. Appropriately named, Max’s Axe, after the main character in Where the Wild Things Are, which is Sendak’s most popular story one that the vast majority of my generation grew up with. Being that my son is named Max I felt if I were to add one piece to my collection that this should be the one. So once again I will put out the offer to any interested parties, I am interested in trading photo and/or video work in exchange for the beautiful axe you see below.
If you are interested in working out a barter or have any other business proposals you can contact me directly at email@example.com
A couple of weeks back the kind folks over at Weksos USA asked me if I would be interested in taking a photo of my “essentials” and writing a bit about why each is important to me. I of course agreed and since I was just standing around anyway I laid out some of the important things in my day to day and took the photo you see below. Weksos provided me with a few questions to answer so I got to work answering those and explaining to people why a Best Made Company Axe makes it into my essentials. Check out the post over on the Weksos USA blog by clicking, HERE! Please let me know what you think by sending me an email at Joe@ShootJoeC.com