Wooden tones evoke something deeply integrated with human history. You can feel the contours of the grain and there’s something about that sensation that displaces you in time and space.
Our woodland resources have been an essential component to humankind throughout its history from the first time we created fire to our iPhone 5 wood cases. Quite a journey, no?
Let’s look at the other ways wood grains have made ordinary things more beautiful.
Violins, violas, cellos, and string basses all require wood and different kinds of timber produce different tones. Hard woods (i.e. bubinga) give an earthy, boxy tone, while softer woods (i.e. maple) produce brighter tones. Maybe we’ll combine the iPhone 5 wood cases with the ampjacket and they’ll make beautiful music together!
Who doesn’t appreciate the ornate elegance of a tall, narrow Victorian home as featured in the rolling hills that compose San Francisco’s residential areas? We have always thought that the San Franciscan streets look like little pieces of candy in a row from the interstate. The houses showcase wood artistry and are a popular tourist destination for California dreamers.
The wooden surfboard is a liaison between the world of man and the world of nature. There’s no better way to experience the beauty and the power of the blue seas than from on top of your surfboard.
When you think of a structure, from nature or from man, that gives you joy and comfort, there’s a good chance you’ll find wood at its root. It’s the medium that keeps us in contact with a natural emotionality. Its genesis in nature penetrates into our unnatural world and reminds that we are all from the wild, in our furthest origins. So, keep in touch with it and think about it next time you touch your kubxlab Ultra Thin iPhone 5 case.