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The Department of Wondrous Woodworking loves these cartoonish...

The Department of Wondrous Woodworking loves these cartoonish hand-carved wooden characters created by Taiwanese artist Yen Jui-Lin. Each sculpture is one-of-a-kind and, in addition to being whimsical and cute, some of them are functional objects such as flower vases or key hooks. Jui-Lin co-designs these playful creatures with his two kids, to whom he later gives them as gifts.
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