Short Film on Photographer Harry Taylor

Short Film on Photographer Harry Taylor

Whenever possible I try to bring across a short film to highlight an individuals work because I think you really get an overall sense of what both they and their project are all about. Just being able to hear in their voice and visualise the intricate processes involved goes a long way in deciphering those creating a completely diffrent path from the norm. I like to think we celebrate this thinking outside of the box here, and todays addition to our archive …

Short Film on Sculptor Dimpy Menon

Short Film on Sculptor Dimpy Menon

We are lucky that each day we get the opportunity to come across so many diverse and exciting creatives, everyone has their own story to tell and a fresh perspective to share with the world. I’d like to introduce you all to a sculptor today who’s progressive persona really struck a chord with me, her name is Dimpy and she’s based in Bangalore, the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka. A passionate drawer from a young age Dimpy was …

Fire, Clay, Flour by Edible Boston

Fire, Clay, Flour by Edible Boston

I believe that to fully appreciate craft and design you have to get involved yourself, and create something that wasn’t around before. Although I’d like to I can’t force new individuals to turn their hand to wood, or clay, or any material for that matter, but what I can trust in is short films like the one I’m sharing this morning that highlights the progressive, wholesome experience of creating with your own fair hands. I know many will watch this …

Short Film on Woodturner Robin Wood

Short Film on Woodturner Robin Wood

It’s not everyday that we are lucky enough to come across a film documenting a maker perfecting their craft, but today I’m excited to highlight the work of woodturner and artisan Robin Wood who is based in Peak District, England. Robin is in fact quite a specialist individual, according to his word he is the only soul in England left turning wood in this traditional way. Unlike other woodturners he uses a manual system of pulleys and levers controlled …

Travel Photography by Eric Valli

Travel Photography by Eric Valli

What fascinates me about the world we inhabit today is an alternative way of living, a way of life that isn’t considered by the majority as the norm. We can visit distant areas of the world and not feel like we have left our city, the same shops, restaurants, and brands surround us, culturally you could say we are slowly becoming one. So when I stumble upon the portfolio of a photographer like Eric Valli who has made it his life’s work to …

Ben Saunders: Living on Ice

Ben Saunders: Living on Ice

Inspiration has always come in many different shapes and sizes for us, so I’m sure I won’t have to ask for too much forgiveness from you all in sharing this short documentary on British Polar explorer Ben Saunders, as he prepared for his North Pole speed record attempt last year. Admittedly this is a little off topic for us but I’m not particularly sorry on that score because I know so many of you will appreciate Ben’s courageous …

On Assignment by Renan Ozturk

On Assignment by Renan Ozturk

I wanted to divert everyones attention to another in a long line of inspiring short films from filmmaker, climber, and artist Renan Osturk. In this project Renan follows fellow climber and creative Jimmy Chin as he braves the face of the mountains in aid of capturing the skill of his peers as they tackle the tough terrain found in Yosemite National Park. I stumbled across Renan’s work a couple of weeks back and ever since I’ve been captivated by his …

Mom Sweater By Nate Milton

Mom Sweater By Nate Milton

I’ve been debating the idea of an animation clashing with the format for a while now, so this …

Post-ers From Andrew+Carissa

Post-ers From Andrew+Carissa

Creative couple Andrew & Carissa come through with one of their latest collaborative projects in which they are …