While organizationally useful, blueprints can also suppress creativity, which is probably why even after making three, Jay-Z still can't match the lyrical flair of a Nas album. Ohhh!!! For a guy who doesn't need no stinkin' blueprints, check out Stem Woodwork. From an Art Institute of CO alum who eschews sketching things out beforehand and instead "just starts building", Stem's a collection of all-over-the-map wood furniture that's a reflection of its maker's "eclectic tastes", aka a phrase that Louie Anderson will pretend to mishear to justify trying to eat those eels at the aquarium. Some of the crazier work includes: Spill Coffee Table Based by a discarded stainless steel fender from an 18-wheeler, this Brazilian cherry/ bird's eye maple joint is built to look like a spill, but not Built to Spill, because no one actually knows what they look like. Drawer Set Cherry and African mahogany, these drawers can be built in any configuration, and range from jewelry-sized boxes to store your adult DVDs, to shoeboxes to store even more of your adult DVDs. Floating Drawer Boasting the most impressive illusion since David Blaine convinced America he was talented, the independently moving drawer in the middle of this small cabinet operates even with the main doors closed. For those who like their wood furnishings even more out there, he's also got the "surreal" but still functional scorpion-like Leaf Chair, which apparently took over 300hrs to complete -- still better than the 2+ years it took Jay to make an album that can't compete.