Whittling Is Definitely an Artform in Maskull Lasserre's CaseS

Canadian Maskull Lasserre's woodwork is miles from the kind of whittling woodwork that takes place down in Alabama in a rickety old rocking chair. For one, each piece is incredibly intricate, and extremely macabre, with skulls popping out of furniture and axe handles carved into skeletons.

Just one slip of the hand, and suddenly the whole creation could be ruined. If you'd like to view Lasserre's work in person (and you're sure you won't get nightmares), check his exhibition out at the Pierre-François Ouellette (PFOAC) in Montreal until August 7th, and again in November. [Maskull Lasserre via This Is Colossal via DudeCraft]

Whittling Is Definitely an Artform in Maskull Lasserre's CaseS

Whittling Is Definitely an Artform in Maskull Lasserre's CaseS

Whittling Is Definitely an Artform in Maskull Lasserre's CaseS

Whittling Is Definitely an Artform in Maskull Lasserre's CaseS