You've probably guessed (if you've even thought about it at all) that we don't own all of the machines used to make our furniture. Press brake? No, sir. Water-jet? Are you fucking crazy? CNC? Nope. For that last bit—Computer Numeric Controlled cutting of our MDF Roadrunner chair and new MDF Roadrunner stools—we send the CAD files to a local shop called Denver Woodworking. We went down there today to preview our new stools (totally awesome) and saw this mind-blowing piece. It's a laminated plywood skull made with incredible attention to detail. According to Chip, the CNC-whiz who's working on it, it'll be part of a 12-foot full skeleton he's making for his lawn in time for next Halloween. The skull alone is about two-feet tall and totally dialed in every respect. Damien Hirst should stick to pickling sharks—when it comes to skulls he can't touch our man Chip.