Inspired by an old indigo vat that she had situated at her home studio, Lynn Pollard, an Atlanta-based artist, creates landscapes and abstract artworks by dipping paper in to indigo.
A brilliant selection of furniture and home goods by De JONG, a family owned operation run in Los Angeles by five siblings who span a number of different disciplines.
I’ve been thoroughly enjoying this architectural artwork by Amy Park, a painter who investigates the history of architecture and abstraction through watercolour.
Louise Gray has reinterpreted the art of quilting using modern design as a means to keep the craft alive, making this pastime both appealing and relevant for our time.
A furniture company based in Rhode Island, United States and headed by industrial designer Asher Dunn, handcrafts all of it’s furniture by taking strong cues from nature itself.
Inspired by an early text on Japanese gardening where “creating a garden” is referred to as “setting stones”, Bob Cornelis has mimicked this with a set of geometric objects.