Industrial designer and jeweler Mat Brown came up with this awesome technique for taking a split, live-edge length of chesnut wood, and rather than fixing its flaws, decided to highlight their natural character. By making them glow in the dark.
Mat detailed his process on a Reddit post, where his mixes a two-part resin with some glow-in-the-dark pigment from eBay, and then planed and sanded everything smooth.
He doesn't share an official "how-to" but the step-by-step photos and materials shots walk you through what it would take to pull these off. If you're not into the glowing aspect, some brightly colored normal pigment would look just as rad. Check out the Reddit thread and Imgur gallery for the full process: