An old fact from the craft of woodworking forms the basis for this project. Oak contains a highly concentration of Tannic Acid which reacts with the iron oxide and results in a dark blue till black color. This critical reaction transforms in this project to an added value.
Tannic Acid or Iron oxide in liquid form is applied on the materials. One element is applied on the material that contains the other element naturally. Two totally different materials will have a striking change into approximately the same color. They are affected and therefore come together by the chemical reaction. This project is the beginning of a broad and devoted research in the world of Oak and his Tannic Acid.