Livio De Marchi is an Italian (Venetian), that has worked on ornamental sculptures since he was a small boy, so it’s not that shocking to see him making life sized wooden carboats — heck, one can make only so many wooden trinkets before they get bored to death. His larger works date back to 1985, but it’s in 2000 when he showed off the fullsize, extremely detailed, Ferrari F50, with working motor. If you have a few extra minutes today, be sure to check out Livio De Marchi Virtual Museum. He has objects that we never meant to be made out of wood… a bag, shirts, bras… his work makes all of us look like talentless ass-clowns.