Photography by Michael Graydon

Photography by Michael Graydon

I’ve been feeling a little guilty about the lack of photographers that I’ve brought across here recently, so I’m attempting to make amends today with this collection from one of my new found favourites, Michael Graydon who’s based in Toronto. One thing that I’m not really a fan of, particularly with photographers work, is doubling up portrait images to showcase their projects. Admittedly I’ve been a culprit of this before but …

Transparent House photographed by Tim Van de Velde

Transparent House photographed by Tim Van de Velde

Talking upon architecture we quickly learnt that the best source for finding great photographs is the photographers themselves, opposed to the actual firms that create each project. This perhaps sounds a little obvious but when you’re constantly on the lookout for content you soon become wise to the fact that most firms present very small images of their work online. With their websites often …

Photography by Jonathan Levitt

Photography by Jonathan Levitt

I’ve been leaning towards rural retreats in the architecture that I’ve been sharing with you all recently, so it felt natural to bring this rural element into the fold again today through photographer Jonathan Levitt. I’ve been really taken with Jonathan’s portfolio and his eye for an image that depicts the sustainable lifestyle, his photos have such poise and clarity in presenting a warming abundance of character. Based in Linconville …

Visual Acoustics, The Modernism of Julius Shulman

Visual Acoustics, The Modernism of Julius Shulman

So this is quite a tough post to write really, I’m not sure where to start. I’ve been on and off writing about furniture and such over the past few weeks but this particular one is more about a film and someones work, it was all inspired thanks to an interview I came across last night. The specific interview revolved around a different photographer that goes by the name of Pedro E. Guerrero …

Art in Progress by Leonora Hamill

Art in Progress by Leonora Hamill

Obviously when it comes to art, craft and design it’s often the face value of a project that excites the majority, however one thing that always grips my interest is the context to the visual, the concept behind it and how the piece has been made. Which is why when I came across this project by photographer/artist Leonora Hamill that documents the spaces different creatives set to work in I was fascinated to observe where the magic happens …

Carl Auböck, The Workshop Book by Clemens Kois

Carl Auböck, The Workshop Book by Clemens Kois

I know I’ve been a bit heavy on the Carl Auböck front as of late, it’s so easy to find inspiring stuff relating to the Auböck family, plus when you make objects like they do it’s hard not to showcase them to you all. One of the great things about owning this site is the amount of creatives and individuals I get to connect with, whether it be in person or through the internet. I regularly email Carl Auböck and …

Design Pieces from aprogramthatprovides

Design Pieces from aprogramthatprovides

Yesterday I stumbled across this cool little tumblr site that sells different pieces of design titled ‘aprogramthatprovides’, most of which are right up my alley. A few that I’ll point out straight away include the salt and pepper pots by Enzo Mari that are featured in the 5th image from the top. I haven’t come across these before but it was designed for Zani and Zani in 1986, they’re actually made out of steel and used to come in a set of 6 to hold oil …

Photography by Cody Cobb

Photography by Cody Cobb

American based photographer Cody Cobb is such a talent in my eyes, in fact this will be the fourth time I’ve brought across a selection of his work over on to our platform, which I’m sure has to be some sort of record. His photos bring a sense of adventure to the table with such a considered eye. It’s not just the fact that he’s photographing stunning scenery, he frames each location meticulously and in the process pulls the viewers attention to subtle text …

Short Film on Photographer: Mikael Kennedy

Short Film on Photographer: Mikael Kennedy

This is a bit of a short project by all accounts but I really resonated with the individual the film was based on, so hopefully a few of you do also, being fellow creative minds and all. The film basically speaks of Mikael Kennedy’s realisation of becoming a professional photographer in New York city, and the journey he’s had to take in order to fulfil this goal. I’d imagine many of you can relate to this in that there’s often situations where sacri …

Photography by Morgan Satterfield

Photography by Morgan Satterfield

Morgan Satterfield for those that don’t know is the marvellous mind behind the Brick House blog which we’ve enjoyed seen develop over the years, she certainly is one talented and dedicated lady in my eyes. Our internet travels over to her page are never disappointing and are always packed full of delightful design inspired objects and spaces, some of which I’ve decided to showcase here today. I don’t know how we haven’t featured any of her …