Nathan Smith has a BBA in business management with an emphasis in entrepreneurship. He started his journey with concrete in the form of countertops for his own home. The material was fascinating and the medium was too much to resist. Since its formation in 2007, Set in Stone has slowly assembled a team of talented and creative individuals. They all consider themselves a part of a concrete evolution, using the seemingly limitless material to enrich lives ultimately through the creative process. He resides in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He feels at home in the shop, on a bike in the woods, and especially hanging out with his family. Michael Snyder is an artisan craftsman with a background in sculpture and carpentry. He works at Set in Stone, a concrete design company with a focus on making beautiful useful objects. He lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Charles Coleman is a photographer based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, with over nine years in the field. His works are fostered from a desire to express stories through mediums ranging from tintype photography to video documentary. Visit charlescolemanphotography.com for more information.
"Concrete is not just for building construction--there are so many
more possibilities. Smith and Snyder have compiled a focused
collection of DIY projects taking advantage of colored concrete,
including planters, ornamental pieces, and furniture. The
step-by-step illustrations are fantastic and highly detailed; the
projects are unique; and materials and molds are easily obtained."
"This book has taken concrete projects to a new high. . . . A true standout--superior instructions and innovative design and use of pigment. A must for any DIY collection." --Library Journal starred review
"Those who aren't afraid to get their hands dirty in the maker sphere are likely to love Color Concrete Garden Projects." --The Denver Post
"Concrete is the perfect medium for outdoor crafts. It is versatile and durable, and it looks even better with time. Add the element of color, and you have a recipe for vibrant, modern outdoor decor. In Color Concrete Garden Projects, you will discover countless ways you can craft with color and concrete." --Michigan Gardener