When I talked to you about the cedar cutting board from Japan, I mentioned the cutting boards from Vermont, and, well, how they never cut it (no pun intended). That was before I found this very Carl Andre piece of board. A type of board you will see in the design history books, representing the beautiful, simple, practical, functional, and humble objects people in America once made. Here you go, they are still making them. Beauty is deep and in this case it lasts, aging well.