Despite university lectures to the contrary, Robert Frost's "Nothing Gold Can Stay" is actually about a loss of innocence. Or maybe Entourage -- Bobby Frost's stuff is notoriously tough to parse. Proving something gold can stay (in your living room), Dylan Gold.
Caved up in an industrial workshop in the Dogpatch, DG is the namesake venture of a dude who used to design "SALE! SALE! SALE!" signage for car dealerships, and's now churning out functionally awesome art-driven furniture for your manor, but not the Wayne Manor as you're not
Lewis Wilson Robert Lowery Adam West Michael Keaton Val Kilmer George Clooney Christian Bale. All of Dylan's pieces start as a sketch (some he first drew as far back as seven years ago, before the internet was even invented!), then're rendered in CAD, turned into a 3D model, and sent to the lumber-razoring CNC wood router -- a process he uses for both commissioned work and his eight-piece collection, which includes epic woodwork like a lacquered fiberboard coffee table with a leafless tree silhouette called "The Stink Tree", though what do you expect -- Mr. Rollins is 55 years old! Other crafty pieces include "Cornered", a walnut veneered couch complementer that uses one leg as a hollow magazine holder to help hide "surface-cluttering contraband"; "Twisted", a series of five cubes (including one that's slightly tilted) that can be used as a vertical bookshelf, wall-mounted display cabinet, or aluminum stand-bottomed console table; or even an eco-friendly, 4ft-long Tetris-like table made entirely of scraps of timber called "Wasted", but not "Chocolate Wasted", because this isn't the most successful Sandler/Spade/James movie of all time.
The collection will expand to 10 pieces in the coming weeks with the additions of a concrete-topped outdoor four-legger and an expanding table that uses robotics hardware and holds all three leafs inside the table -- perfect for avoiding all unnecessary logistical Drama.