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the amazing Blair Sligar (who also happens to be our friend)

Blair Sligar is our amazing & dear friend here in Orlando who I have talked about before but I am so excited to share the the profile Grain & Gram just did on him. Check out the full interview here along with beautiful photos shot by JonPaul Douglass.

Blair built out our whole studio and did all the custom woodwork in our shop. He also heads up production of our recipe card boxes. He's amazingly creative with his work (he does everything from custom furniture to built-ins to products) and is committed to using locally salvaged woods & old finishes.

Soo, check out the interview & short video below.. If you're interested in contacting Blair or working with him, check out his site or email him at hogeathog[at]

Photos by JonPaul Douglass

Grain & Gram: Blair Sligar, Woodworker from Grain & Gram on Vimeo.


photos by JonPaul Douglass

(bottom two images are from our storefront)


via Grain & Gram 

Blair's website

p.s. If you're not familiar with Grain & Gram it's an awesome online men's journal headed up by some fellow Orlando creatives.. full of interviews & lovely photography.

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Reader Comments (6)

Thank you Anna for posting this. I've been dying to know more about the talented man behind your shop's amazing woodworks. Happy New Year, and thanks again!
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered Commentersya
blair = rockstar. dying for the huge piece of gorg wood he is standing with.
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMaeMae
this is a really great feature - thanks for sharing it.
you guy s a lucky to have all that woodwork in your new store front
January 6, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterhearblack
grain & gram is awesome. and so is blair.
SO glad to have stopped by your blog and found out about them! thanks for sharing.
that guy has mad skills and so much talent.
January 9, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterDani kreeft
I envy a talented woodworker. lovely.
January 9, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAnna
i second that! I envy that you have such a talented wood worker pal! gorg!
January 19, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterTruly Smitten

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