In his pursuit of the essential, American photographer Jim Franco has turned ceramic artist to experiment with form to create objects of lasting beauty.
Inspired by abstract compositions, New York photographer Mary Ellen Bartley has layered vacant sleeves on a lightbox to create unique shapes and forms.
We present a selection of new arrivals in the shop from American studio Makr, including a set of hand turned aluminium & copper tumblers and a unique sketchbook perfect for creatives.
Los Angeles based creative David Wiseman has designed these glass vessels and forms for Artel, bold in profile with a multifaceted surface in a variety of colours.
Los Angeles based photographer Nicholas Alan Cope has produced some inspiring architectural photography. Its brutal nature, guided by a monochrome effect, is very impressive.
A selection of photographic work by American artist Matt Niebuhr that looks closer at nature to reveal the patterns of repetition and form that inspire much of his drawing work.
New York based landscape designer and artist Paula Hayes works with plant life and minerals to produce stunning glass terrariums as sculptures for gallery environments.
Donald Judd is quite the enigma. He didn’t like to work with his hands, he especially hated the fuss of working with tools or mechanical aids. So why did he experiment with woodcuts?
These beautiful pieces that I’m highlighting today are by American-born designer Aaron Poritz, who specialises in crafting responsibly sourced hardwood furniture by hand.
I’ve just realised that we’ve had a number of new arrivals in the shop over the last month, but I haven’t really made any of you aware of their presence. Often I get called out for this through email by other readers, so I’ve been trying hard to fit these type of posts in to the schedule on a regular basis. This week I’m highlighting a selection of new accessories that have arrived by Makr …