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Growing up the son of an illustrator and anthropologist, Adam Cramer developed an early fascination with primitive and minimalist objects. His early artistic output revealed a strong affinity for wood and Japanese joinery. Later pieces showcase his growing interest in steel and in the malleability of copper. Although the construction methods can be complicated, all his work, whether practical or non-functional abstractions, convey a sense of simplicity and calm while maintaining an underlying power and authority.

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