In a big way, a big name in woodworking has decided to buy the real simple magazine that has been around for almost 25 years, The Wall St. Journal reported Friday.
The real simple was founded by former furniture designer Mark Sartor, who was also the editor-in-chief of The Woodworking Magazine and was known for his blog, where he posted photos of his favorite woodworking tools and ideas.
Sartor had started the magazine in 2005 after having worked at an electronics store and had a passion for woodworking, said his son and former co-founder, Steve Sartors, who now works at a furniture store.
The magazine had been in the Sartori family for about 30 years, but it was the purchase of the real easy by Woodworking founder Mark Sestor that brought it back into the family fold, his son said.
It’s also very rewarding to have someone who shares our passion and passion for our craft. “
Woodworking is a very unique craft, and it’s important to me that we are celebrating it as much as possible.
It’s also very rewarding to have someone who shares our passion and passion for our craft.
We’re proud of the work we do together and look forward to making more.”
The new owner of the magazine said he is excited to bring it back to its former glory.