Photos from Jögge’s Wood Working Studio

I took these photos last year when I did an interview with the wood crafter Jögge at his home. I just loved his work place, a white studio for painting and a work place for carving and cutting wood. Enjoy!

Wood Working Studio | Jögges wood craft shop - photo by Hanna Andersson (copyright)

Ett par skedar

i ateljen

Exhibition wall

Jögges stol


Isn’t his wood working studio glorious?

His work place is like something out of Sven Nordqvist’s children’s books, and the items Jögge makes are full of humor and playfulness as well as great craftsmanship and unique style.

Visit his homepage to view his work, books and workshops!

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8 Responses to Photos from Jögge’s Wood Working Studio

  1. Wow, wow… look at all the storage space! Wonderful! How I’d love a workspace like that, although I can’t complain too much… my studio is tiny and dark, but at least I have a studio.

  2. And you’re right — his work is really cool!

    I especially like this:

  3. Wood always caught my interest, I may start working with it one day, when I have some space for a studio (no wood chips allowed in my bedroom!…). *^v^*

  4. Mazarin says:

    ???h vad kul att f? kika in i Surolles verkstad. Jag har en j?tte fin liten broschyr av honom p? min anslagstavla som jag fick p? en m?ssa d?r han deltog.

  5. maria says:

    Genomt?nkt verkstad, s? ska jag ha n?r jag blir stor.

  6. Hanne says:

    Hej – har der ikke lige v?ret skrevet om ham i Hemsl?jden – dette pr?gtige svenske tidskrift som jeg er helt vilm med… s? vild, at jeg abonnerer -selvom jeg ikke bor i Sverige. Nu m? jeg ind og kikke i bunken: det er vel ikke dig der skrev den artikkel??

  7. claudia says:

    I love those carved spoons!

  8. Lisette says:

    Jag vill ox? ha en s?n verkstad. ?ss? ska jag ha en keramikverkstad och en f?r silversmide och en mysig f?t?lj att sitta och sticka och virka i.
    Kreativitetsbomben har exploderat!

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