In the living room sit two little wooden sculptures that McFee made which epitomize his working process: “I get bored easily,” he says. “When it strikes me that I want to do something, I have to do it right then. The other week I found this tree branch out back that was really nice to carve, so I sat down in the garage and made some legs, and they turned into four of these guys.” In the background is a piece Clark made from a box of pencils she got from McFee’s sister, who’s a teacher. “I really like the way office supplies look,” she says. “I'd like to base a series around them.”
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In the living room sit two little wooden sculptures that McFee made which epitomize his working process: “I get bored easily,” he says. “When it strikes me that I want to do something, I have to do it right then. The other week I found this tree branch out back that was really nice to carve, so I sat down in the garage and made some legs, and they turned into four of these guys.” In the background is a piece Clark made from a box of pencils she got from McFee’s sister, who’s a teacher. “I really like the way office supplies look,” she says. “I'd like to base a series around them.”