Would Works team member, RH Lee helped local artist Rosten Woo build an educational and playable mini-golf course at The Skid Row History Museum & Archive.
Today we participated in Offerman Workshop’s inaugural Pleasure Faire.
It's a cornucopia of inspiration for those who appreciate hand made things.
Offerman Workshop hired our Would-Works artisans to hand-finish 3000 custom coasters. They were included in a "Whiskey and Woodworking" Crate by Man Crates.
We've sold a large order of our fabulous cutting boards to the Pacific Standard Coastal Kitchen. If you order a burger you’ll be dining on the finest social enterprise, hand made, hardwood boards in Southern California.
Hundreds of runners received Would Works Cocktail Boards for finishing the Foodie 4 Mile race in Minneapolis, MN. T his commission supported the financial goals of seven artisans.
We're now partnering with Offerman Woodshop this coming fall. They're a collective of craftspeople that work out of Nick Offerman's woodshop in LA.
Our boards are now featured in Local Kitchen + Bar restaurant in Santa Monica. It's a cool new restaurant by Maire Byrne.
This holiday season the cast and crew of the show all received a Would Works Cocktail Board as a holiday gift from the show’s producers.