Case Study Imagery by Vitra Design

Case Study Imagery by Vitra Design

This morning I enjoyed having a browse through the Vitra website which always showcases some great furniture, I think they’re one of the better websites to have a look at and they seem to take great care over their web presence. Obviously inspiration isn’t always readily available on these more corporate sites due to the fact that they keep their photography shot in a professional studio with a white background, not …

Mathieu Matégot Works Photographed by Cédric Buchet

Mathieu Matégot Works Photographed by Cédric Buchet

I decided we’d start the week with a little blast of design inspiration from the past, visiting the work of multi faceted designer Mathieu Matégot who today presents us with these clean cut and minimal pieces of furniture. Yes, once again I’ve brought across an individual that no longer graces this earth, however I found this series really inspiring and I thought we should all celebrate …

Series of Imagery from Herriott Grace

Series of Imagery from Herriott Grace

Yesterday we brought you a little article of craftsmanship from the past and this morning I thought we’d visit something more recent, yet just as inspiring with this series from Herriot Grace. As you may have worked out from the above imagery the venture is founded upon the close relationship of father and daughter duo Lance and Nikole Herriot, who have been collaborating creatively for four years now …

Pottery by Watanabe Takayuki

Pottery by Watanabe Takayuki

Today we revisit some pottery, this time the works of Japanese craftsman and creative Watanabe Takayuki based in Izu, Shizuoka. We’ve talked about our love for this expressive art many times before and I guess this set inspired me thanks to photographer Nazara Lázaro who’s been taking pictures for Watanabe in Japan. I found it fascinating to hear that Nazara has been living in a zen monastery, 180 kilometers from Kyoto, at …

Set of Imagery from Laura Dart & Amos Lanka

Set of Imagery from Laura Dart & Amos Lanka

I was really longing for a short film with good narrative this morning but I got distracted by these idyllic scenes that photographers Laura Dart and Amos Lanka have captured amongst friends, so the rolling footage will have to wait for the time being. I think the best things in life aren’t forced, instead left to transpire by themselves and the same goes for both the content we host here and the candid shots that this dynamic duo present …

Set of Imagery from Marcos Rivas

Set of Imagery from Marcos Rivas

In the midst of design led content recently we’ve not lost film photography as an influence amongst our ranks, it’s just projects have been few and far between on our radar. So for this reason I’m quite chuffed to present this set from Marcos Rivas who we are revisiting for a second time now, having shared his work with you all just under a year ago. Looking back into our archives it’s refreshing to see the develop …

A Look Around Truck Furniture and Bird Coffee in Osaka, Japan

A Look Around Truck Furniture and Bird Coffee in Osaka, Japan

Through this website that I started many years ago I’ve been privileged to not only talk about inspiring creative individuals but also to meet them in person. I guess that could be a perk of the job? One of those is Tok, full name Tokuhiko Kise, who owns a little studio in Osaka with his wife Hiromi Karatsu called Truck Furniture. Now, if you haven’t visited their website before you …

Set of Imagery from Young and Hungry

Set of Imagery from Young and Hungry

Given it’s the time of year where food is a prominent thought on most of our minds I thought I’d match this within our content today, bringing across this delightful set of images from American photography duo “Young and Hungry”. The collective is made up of Dax Henry and Anais Wade who combined their editorial and fine arts industry experience to bring their clients work that is as considered as it is artistic. I’ve brought these …

Estate in Extremadura by Abaton Architect Firm

Estate in Extremadura by Abaton Architect Firm

Sometimes some of the most innovative designs are hidden away in places that you’d never imagine would harness such wonderful consideration for creating, like this abandoned stables found in the west of Cáceres which has been rejuvenated by Spanish architectural firm Abaton. I’ve not come across their work before but I was really impressed with their ability to combine lots of quaint rustic elements into a modern and contemp …

Further Imagery from Tim Simmons

Further Imagery from Tim Simmons

Speaking to a few of our readers it seems like a lot of you are pretty gutted that BBC’s Frozen Planet series has reached it’s end. There’s obviously something quite captivating about seeing new environments that we aren’t familiar with, so with this in mind I thought it would be fitting to return to photographer Tim Simmons as his portfolio is packed full of similar jaw dropping scenery. Lot’s of these shots we’ve got here today …