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Sandback has developed a process of inlaying everyday nails into the wood tops of his tables. The nails, when cut flush and polished, often create elaborate patterns of silver dots. The result is a line of tables that are modern in form but decorated with beautiful and complex patterns. The tables are laboriously inlaid with as many as 11,000 nails of various diameters. Sandback’s patterns are influenced by Japanese katagami fabric stencils and a 19th century fabric pattern production technique called picotage. Peter Sandback received his Master of Fine Arts degree at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He has been making furniture one table at a time for 25 years. All wood used to produce these tables is Forest Stewardship Council certified.