Artistic pyrography, also known as woodburning, is the art of creating designs or images on wood or other materials using a heated tool or pen. Using local urban wood, each design is stenciled, etched, and burned in by hand leaving more depth and character than a laser engraver would.
Each piece is made using different tips to create different effects and textures. For example, a fine-point tip may be used for intricate details or a flat tip for shading. They may also use a variety of techniques, such as hatching, cross-hatching, or stippling, to create texture and depth in the piece.