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Digital Subscriptions > Knives Illustrated > Dec 2019 > WHEN “ENOUGH” IS NOT

WHEN “ENOUGH” IS NOT

SCIENCE FICTION, HEADBANGING, WOODTURNING INSPIRE CHAOS CONTROL BY JOSH NAVARRETE
The ladder Damascus pattern consists of 416 layers, 2 steel types, and nickel.

“CHAOS CONTROL IS A CULMINATION OF PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE. THERE’S SOME STAR TREK IN THE DESIGN MIXED WITH OLD-SCHOOL GEOMETRY AND MODERN MATERIALS.”

“If this were in gold, it would be Liberace’s knife,” I thought when I first laid eyes on Josh Navarrete’s Chaos Control. I’d been intrigued by Josh Navarrete’s work for a while because of the way he incorporates his woodturning experience into his creations, mixing specialty woods into his scales and handles. I’m not a woodworker myself, but years spent in the wood shop in the back of my grandfather’s suburban garage makes me admire someone who can make something from what looks like practically nothing.

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