Calligraphy by Japanese Artist Sen

Calligraphy by Japanese Artist Sen

This short film and photography captures the making process of talented Japanese calligrapher Sen (aka Rinka Obitsu), who’s attempting to perfect her calligraphy through a piece titled “Prayer”.

Furniture, Sculpture & Art by Caroline Schlyter

Furniture, Sculpture & Art by Caroline Schlyter

As a sculpture student at the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm, Caroline was adept at forming carefully constructed works, challenging aesthetic principles and the concept of form.

Lithic by Yasha Butler

Lithic by Yasha Butler

The concept is linked to timeless forms as if they’ve been buried for generations, archaic vessels waiting to be found. I like this idea as it takes an approach and shapes the aesthetic goal around it, which is a new way of making altogether.

Painting and Sculpture by John Pittman

Painting and Sculpture by John Pittman

In my opinion, John Pittman’s works are visually stunning. I really enjoy the way in which he floats between sculpture and painting, often combining the two to make an unexpected combination.

Takeshi Yasuda, Made in China

Takeshi Yasuda, Made in China

The film itself shows Japanese potter Takeshi Yasuda inside his studio, where we get to see him working and follow him through the streets of the Porcelain capital of the world, Jingdezhen in China.

Steven Branfman, Raku Master

Steven Branfman, Raku Master

Steven Branfman has specialised in the Raku technique and process for over 30 years. In this video we’re introduced to his workshop and studio, showcasing his skills on the wheel and the Raku technique in general.