Playing with rocks is rarely constructive, whether you're skipping them across a lake, throwing them at beer cans, or air-jamming to "Back in the Saddle" while your baked friend Steve is all, like, "Man, these guys were so good before they sold out -- screw Steven Tyler!" Playing with rocks and coming up with something just as good as Aerosmith's 4th album, Sean Rocks Custom Carving.
Sean's a San Antonian who apprenticed under his great-uncle and just "gets immense joy out of creating something out of a rock"; his main thing's limestone wine racks, a notion he stumbled on when handed a core-drill by a friend, and, like BP, simply started drilling away, though he ended up providing storage for something you don't want to cap. Actually serving to keep wine below room temperature due to various properties of sedimentary rock you really shouldn't concern yourself with, completed works range from low-and-wide to a Jenga-like, upright, slender, slightly skewed rack, much like that revealed by Tara Reid that time, except slender, and upright. For wealthier winos, he'll build "entire wall sconces" decorated with your choice of carving, which unfortunately doesn't include "down the mountain, totally impressing that hot trust-fund chick who doesn't even wear makeup, and's really into the Dead".
Sean's not limited to vino cases; he also does corporate signage, art installations, and functional household sculptures, proving that Rocks can truly be Amazing. And, for those Living on the Edge, maybe even a little Crazy. Song from Armageddon!