Craft & Creativity

Craft & Creativity

There are two words that are especially dear to our hearts here in the studio. We undoubtedly use them too much. These words are “craft” and “creativity”. And yes while they may be trite and overused, we love them. They conjure up a multitude of meanings and are often linked together as if they are […]

Understanding AR Glass Fibers in Artisan Concrete

Understanding AR Glass Fibers in Artisan Concrete

(This is another article written by Jeremy French of Buddy Rhodes Concrete. The original can be found here. We thank Jeremy and Buddy Rhodes for allowing us to share this article on our blog.) The majority of artisan concrete projects, including concrete countertops, architectural panels, concrete vanities, and concrete furniture pieces often achieve their primary […]

Understanding PVA Fibers in Artisan Concrete

Understanding PVA Fibers in Artisan Concrete

  (This article is written by Jeremy French of Buddy Rhodes Concrete. The original can be found here. We thank Jeremy and Buddy Rhodes for allowing us to share this article on our blog.) The majority of artisan concrete projects, including concrete countertops, architectural panels, concrete vanities, and concrete furniture pieces often achieve their primary […]

Realizing What our Classes are Really About

Posted by on May 31, 2014 in blue concrete, Buddy Rhodes, creativity, design, training
Realizing What our Classes are Really About

Last week we had the privilege of leading another Buddy Rhodes Three Day Comprehensive Workshop. It was a full class of people from all over North America with all kinds of backgrounds. We had builders and artists, coffee shop owners and commercial real estate developers. It was a fantastically diverse group of people, but the […]

Buddy Rhodes Custom Paver Project

Posted by on Jan 16, 2013 in Buddy Rhodes, design, projects
Buddy Rhodes Custom Paver Project

Big Thanks to Buddy Rhodes for this great intro project.   Here’s the excuse you’ve been looking for to get dirty, kill an afternoon and flex your concrete muscle. It only takes a bag of mix, a few colors and some scrap wood. You’ll get a cool paver/mat out of it, not to mention the […]