We’ve just restocked a selection of goods from SyuRo, who produce metal cans with the philosophy of high craftsmanship and dedication towards continuous improvement.
Handmade by Katsufumi Baba at his studio in Fukuoka, Japan these beautiful porcelain and stoneware vessels cling to your fingers and are extremely practical for everyday use.
Inspired by the ‘old pottery’ of Japan and Korea, Hiroto Nakanishi makes vessels that are often deconstructed, vases with lots of facets and holes.
Japanese artist Katsuhiro Saiki has experimented with abstraction by using modern architectural buildings, fabricating their form by using distorted and fragmented images.
Using Lao-tzu as inspiration, Japanese photographer Masao Yamamoto looks to represent noises that humans are not capable of hearing.
We recently received stock of some new handmade wooden vessels from Japanese workshop Kihachi, created in Yamanaka, a region in Japan known for its exquisite and precise lacquerware.