Some people are born knowing exactly what they want to do in life. In the case of Cesar Cipriano, wrought iron master, an honest mistake made at the age of 13 changed the direction of his life forever. “I was interested in drawing and architecture,” he recalled. “So to fulfill an art requirement at school, I enrolled in the graphic design class.
“Nothing is unique anymore,” Larry Lehman began. “Everything we buy—our furniture, our clothes, our shoes—comes from big stores or markets, and there’s really nothing special about them.” You could say that Lehman is a bit of an expert at things that are unique, as he specializes in creating one-of-a-kind knives for hunters, fishermen, campers, and anyone who can appreciate the special beauty that only a handmade knife can possess. Such craftsmanship is truly a lost art, something that means a lot to the man.
John Wayne once said, “There’s always a man faster on the draw than you are, and the more you use a gun, the sooner you’re gonna run into that man…”
Even though he’s surrounded by televisions all day at his job, this man has no time to catch up on his favorite shows.
When it comes to a competition between bone and iron…iron wins every time. Yet this man risks his bones every day.
He works with a robot and his colleagues think he’s crazy. But this man’s got a job that is, excuse the pun, truly dynamite!