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Sheet Good is a place for plywood enthusiasts.

If you’re into plywood and other sheet goods, and are doing cool stuff with it, like making furniture, or art, or engineering projects, Sheet Good will be a place you’ll enjoy hanging out.

Plywood is an incredible material with vast uses. The goal of Sheet Good is be the ultimate resource and hangout for plywood noobs and plywood geeks alike. Providing reference to important information about working with various types of sheet goods, to promoting the amazing things people are doing with plywood.

What is a Sheet Good

1. a large rectangular piece of rigid or semi-rigid construction material, that is comparatively short in height or thickness compared to its length and width. Examples: Plywood, Cardboard, HDPE, MDF, Polycarbonate

2. a web community of plywood and other sheet good enthusiasts sharing and learning from each other.

1. when an object constructed from a material like plywood looks Rad as!


This is something I wish existed when I caught the bug for making plywood furniture. That informal place that filled that void for me was Instagram. I followed people making cool stuff and learned from their posts and through conversations. Though, I still enjoy following people on Instagram and seeing the cool stuff they do, I believe Sheet Good could be a better place for cataloguing those conversations, stories, and learnings from the collective community of sheet good specialists around the world.

Looking forward to building a community with you!

J Anderson

The Team

Joel Anderson
Plywood Geek/Web Admin

Joel started his career as an Industrial Designer and became absolutely obsessed with building furniture out of plywood. His work exposed him to digital fabrication techniques like CNC routing and set him on a path of designing flatpack furniture. As time has gone on he has become more interested in making more traditional styles of joinery with plywood. He now works as a workshop manager for a plywood furniture and joinery company, and has a passion for sharing his knowledge and to learn from others.

Dominic Darnell, writer standing in front of an LED curtain.

Dominic Darnell

Dom was born in a small town in England in 1993. From a young age, he knew he wanted to meet interesting people and do exciting things in order to write about them. He trained in journalism before moving to Japan in 2015, where he has been ever since. Growing up surrounded by writers, musicians, and artists, Dom wants to bring good quality art and design to the mainstream.


Lisa Stolz
MOWO Furniture

Riad Durguti
Furniture Writer

Victoria Echepare
Social Media/Photography Curator