Vancouver based photographer Tanaka Yoshiori highlights Glassblower Yamato Ishioka, showing him working behind closed doors at his studio in Yasaka village, Nagano.
Rina has been experimenting with ceramics since 1980. One source of inspiration is nature itself, using a combination of block colour and clean lines to create pure form.
Modern and simple, classical forms with minimal decoration. Much of the aesthetic and functional elements take inspiration from Hyejeong Kim’s Korean and Japanese upbringing.
A short video showcasing the work and making process of glassblower G.William Bell, a Bristol based artist who makes large translucent vessels that feature unique swirls throughout.
Bold unique forms by woodturner and sculptor Ernst Gamperl. These vessels are quite striking, with lots of incised lines on the body and surface to create an unusual but subtle effect.
A short film on designer Pia Wüstenberg’s glass vessels, produced from rich gem-toned, hand-blown glass and a single wooden branch, sourced from her native Finland.
Inspired by both the bird and the action, Cranewalk is a collection of beautiful and tactile housewares handmade in Montana by American woodworker Christopher Quist Kautz.
Founded by Karin Blach Nielsen, Eric and Justin Landon, TORTUS hopes to make vessels that have timeless beauty. These ‘fluted stoneware’ pieces are wonderfully organic.
Best known for producing traditional Japanese buckets called ‘ki-oke’, Nakagawa Mokkougei makes these by joining slats of wood together held in place by well-positioned metal rings.
Finnish potter Erna Aaltonen builds these fantastic vessels by hand, using coarse stoneware clay for the body and oxides rubbed on the surface to generate texture and pattern.