This idea came about at the Feilding Collab in Jan 2007. Rex Haslip and I collaborated together on a piece,
he turned the base of a vessel and I finished the top. The first piece was textured on the inside with
pyrography and burnt with a propane torch and that is how it got the name Holey Smoke.
Holey Smoke 2 is made out of a similar piece of Black Maire with lots of bug holes but instead of burning
the inside I burnt the top. The piece is turned as a hollow vessel with a 25mm hole then textured using an arbourtec,
burnt, sandblasted then oiled and polished.