Interview with New York Based Photographer Brian W. Ferry

Interview with New York Based Photographer Brian W. Ferry

Why it’s taken us so long to include Brian W Ferry into our interview lineup is a little beyond us, he is now however so if you haven’t yet read our recent conversation it’s quite an honest account from the New York based photographer. On a personal note it was really interesting to receive Brian’s responses back as we learned a little more about the man behind the …

Wooden Wheel Printer by Postalco

Wooden Wheel Printer by Postalco

Postalco is a creative company that we’ve got a strong admiration for, they make some beautiful everyday objects in unison with the traditional methods which have been used in Japan for countless decades. Mark recently voiced recognition of this project on the sites dedicated facebook page, however this was before a film of the contraption working was released online. So I’ve brought it into the format for all of us to enjoy …

Elephant Ceramics, Brooklyn, NY Photographed by Jennifer Causey

Elephant Ceramics, Brooklyn, NY Photographed by Jennifer Causey

I found this gem of a series today which is part of The Makers Project by Jennifer Causey, a photographer that’s been on my watch list for quite sometime now. We actually wrote a post on the project a while back but I thought this particular one was definitely worth pointing out as we visit the studio of ceramicist Michele Michael of Elephant Ceramics. Michele designs and …

Short Film & Imagery from Made by Project New York

Short Film & Imagery from Made by Project New York

Today I’d just like to point everyone’s attention towards a school of thought that recently gathered in New York at the Made by Project, which has been summarised for us all by president Andrew Pollard in the short film below. A number of you may recognise various names and faces that have crept quietly into our content in the past, like Markus Uran of Metsa, or Caesy Oney of …

Set of Portraiture from Photographer Jody Rogac

Set of Portraiture from Photographer Jody Rogac

Jody Rogac is a creative that we’ve crossed paths with previously, we’ve even showcased some of her work before but we didn’t directly speak on her involvement, more that of the Dana Lee’s menswear collections that she’s beautifully shot over the years. So browsing over her portfolio today I realised how overdue Jody was a dedicated spot that highlighted her portrait photography alone, so here it is for us all to admire …

THE SOURCE by E. Conor Hagen for Mast Brothers Chocolate

THE SOURCE by E. Conor Hagen for Mast Brothers Chocolate

I’m sure you’re probably all sick of chocolate by now after Christmas and New Year? I’ve still got lots left that I don’t really want to consume, but it’s definitely nowhere near as nice as this chocolate made by the Mast Brothers. I don’t know how I missed this, since it’s over two months old, but it’s such an enjoyable video and was a perfect start to my early Friday morning …

Bespoke Lighting by The Lindsey Adelman Studio

Bespoke Lighting by The Lindsey Adelman Studio

I really enjoyed watching the process that Bocci undertook in creating their wonderful bespoke lights last week, so I went on the hunt for a little more handcrafted glassware this morning with my eventual destination being the Lindsey Adelman Studio in New York. After taking a short while to browse and learning a little about how the studio creates each piece, I gathered up a up a little imagery which I resonated …

Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.

Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.

A nice film by Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co, a company who looks to sell practical and aesthetically pleasing products for the home and office space. Founded by Brian Faherty, the idea was spawned after he discovered a collection of antique cast iron moulds that had been out of production for over fifty years. He decided to bring back these moulds into production and use the best American materials available today …

Set of Imagery from Tim Barber

Set of Imagery from Tim Barber

Browsing through Tim’s page the set that caught my eye was a collection of portraits featuring creative people based in New York. It was a logical choice given the faces that crept up within in it. Those astute menswear fans amongst us will recognise Humberto Leon and Carol Lim of Opening Ceremony alongside Sam Buffa of Freemans Sporting Club, see if you can spot their faces above and below. It’s nice to get a …

Mark Borthwick’s Townhouse in Brooklyn, New York

Mark Borthwick’s Townhouse in Brooklyn, New York

Pacha Design are made up of a partnership, Glenn Rushbrooke and Samantha Robb, who both make contemporary furniture thats simplistic in its approach and could be seen as wabi sabi in a lot of ways, beauty in imperfection. They have a great little journal that gets regular updates on furniture that they like and also any work that they are showing or selling …