New Yorker Natalie Weinberger makes ceramics that reference the past, but through subtle variations in silhouette and surface, her goal is to make them feel present.
Karl Zahn has combined his experience of crafting both wood and metal to create this wonderful collection of sculptural forms for the home, blending in well with a contemporary setting.
A beautiful selection of work by American printmaker Katie Ridley Murphy, who arranges rocks, sticks and other natural objects until a pattern occurs that she can then respond to.
Owner of Japanese woodworking studio Atelier tree song, Taisuke Hirabayashi is a skilful craftsman who’s able to create wooden cutlery and lacquer objects of beautiful form and weight.
American photographer Jake Stangel has been out and about in San Francisco documenting the makers of the area, including a sign maker, a woodworker, a luthier, and ceramicist.
Using wire to suspend these objects in different formations, Mari Andrews sculpture consists of stones, twigs, and other simple objects found out and about on her walks and travels.