A beautiful selection of glassworks made by London-based creatives Cristina Vezzini and Chen Sheng Tsang, all inspired by the structure and geometry of nature and natural forms.
Singapore artist Kim Lim used nature as a source of inspiration to create these heavy stone sculptures that have real rhythm and flow, alongside a sense of weightlessness and simplicity.
We present a selection of new arrivals in the shop from American studio Makr, including a set of hand turned aluminium & copper tumblers and a unique sketchbook perfect for creatives.
This short film captures “nature as inspiration” first hand thanks to Clayton Amemiya, a Hawaiian artist who was originally taught in Okinawa by Japanese master potter Seisho Kuniyoshi.
In my opinion, John Pittman’s works are visually stunning. I really enjoy the way in which he floats between sculpture and painting, often combining the two to make an unexpected combination.
I had an email this week from a reader noting our recent fascination with Japanese craftsmen, or you could say our prolonged fascination. He asked if we would showcase different makers from other parts of the world. Interestingly, I have to agree. My heads been a bit stuck in the sand lately and it seems like we’re just representing craftsmen and designers from East Asia, but that’s not really …