Inspired by experiences of detail in nature, Clare Belfrage uses fine glass threads to draw complex linear patterns on the surface of blown glass forms.
A collaboration between Emma Briggs and Matthew Collings, a series of grid like mosaic patterned paintings, but as you look closer it becomes obvious that it’s an experimentation with light.
Singapore artist Kim Lim used nature as a source of inspiration to create these heavy stone sculptures that have real rhythm and flow, alongside a sense of weightlessness and simplicity.
On our quest to document some of the makers in the shop, this time we explore the work of Misa Kumabuchi, owner of Mushimegane Books in rural Nishinomiya, Hyogo Prefecture.
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.
Silvia Song creates wooden vessels with the goal to uncover the beauty hidden in the timber, as well as to create an objects that’s timeless.
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.
Irish designer and craftsman Fergal O’Leary makes beautiful, functional and long lasting furniture that will stand the test of time under his company name Horizon.
Artist Shouchiku Tanabe’s goal is to succeed the generations that came before him by producing traditional Japanese bamboo works, but at the same time creating bold sculpture.
Influenced by primitive art, alongside Japanese aesthetics, Patricia has been incorporating these in to her own stoneware creations under the studio name ‘Ocean Primitive’.