Outdoor Studies: Mark Reigelman II Designs a Huge Picnic Table in Cleveland

Cleveland Institute of Art alumnus Mark Reigelman II built The Great Picnic from a frame in powder-coated aluminum and planks of reclaimed Douglas fir, African mahogany, and other woods. Photography by Marty Hudzik.

Cleveland Institute of Art alumnus Mark Reigelman II built The Great Picnic from a frame in powder-coated aluminum and planks of reclaimed Douglas fir, African mahogany, and other woods. Photography by Mark Reigelman II.

Cleveland Institute of Art alumnus Mark Reigelman II built The Great Picnic from a frame in powder-coated aluminum and planks of reclaimed Douglas fir, African mahogany, and other woods. Photography by Marty Hudzik.

Cleveland Institute of Art alumnus Mark Reigelman II built The Great Picnic from a frame in powder-coated aluminum and planks of reclaimed Douglas fir, African mahogany, and other woods. Photography by Marty Hudzik.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Cleveland Institute of Art alumnus Mark Reigelman II built The Great Picnic from a frame in powder-coated aluminum and planks of reclaimed Douglas fir, African mahogany, and other woods. Photography by Marty Hudzik.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Cleveland Institute of Art alumnus Mark Reigelman II built The Great Picnic from a frame in powder-coated aluminum and planks of reclaimed Douglas fir, African mahogany, and other woods. Photography by Marty Hudzik.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Cleveland Institute of Art alumnus Mark Reigelman II built The Great Picnic from a frame in powder-coated aluminum and planks of reclaimed Douglas fir, African mahogany, and other woods. Photography by Marty Hudzik.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Cleveland Institute of Art alumnus Mark Reigelman II built The Great Picnic from a frame in powder-coated aluminum and planks of reclaimed Douglas fir, African mahogany, and other woods. Photography by Mark Reigelman II.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Cleveland Institute of Art alumnus Mark Reigelman II built The Great Picnic from a frame in powder-coated aluminum and planks of reclaimed Douglas fir, African mahogany, and other woods. Photography by Marty Hudzik.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Cleveland Institute of Art alumnus Mark Reigelman II built The Great Picnic from a frame in powder-coated aluminum and planks of reclaimed Douglas fir, African mahogany, and other woods. Photography by Marty Hudzik.

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