Inspired by a metal peace sign on the wall of her home, Julie thought “I wonder how that would look painted”. Then, a trip to the wood shop that is Eddycrest Design & Build sparked a whirlwind of ideas. The owner of Eddycrest, Adam Eddy, extended his collaboration in making these peace signs with Julie. Adam provided a 60” x 60” sheet of their baltic birch wood, and Julie painted it according to a map she set out on AutoCAD. Eddycrest then cut the peace signs on a CNC machine. Shop Peace Signs here.
Eddycrest Design & Build was established in 2008 by Adam Eddy, after graduating from Ryerson University for Industrial Engineering. His passion for woodworking put together with his analytic mentality set the motion of creating practical, organized, and fun pieces. His disdain for inferior artificial materials in furniture ensures that Eddycrest will not sacrifice the longevity of the products for easy, cheap alternatives.