Imagery and a short film captured by Nils Clauss that pays homage to the work of Korean craftsman Kim Soo-Young, winner of the YÉOL Award for Craftsman of the Year 2013.
Designed by Arne in 1958 as part of the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, the Drop chair has been re-launched by Fritz Hansen after more than 50 years in hibernation.
Japanese artist Yuko Nishimura creates large scale paper relief sculptures composed of narrow pleats, essentially using a technique rooted in traditional Japanese origami.
A short video showcasing the work and making process of glassblower G.William Bell, a Bristol based artist who makes large translucent vessels that feature unique swirls throughout.
A short film on designer Pia Wüstenberg’s glass vessels, produced from rich gem-toned, hand-blown glass and a single wooden branch, sourced from her native Finland.
Peter studied architecture as a young man before switching to art in the mid-1960s, his inspiration for his sculpture is his hometown of California, mainly the distinctive light and clear ocean.
This segment from the documentary named ‘Art House’ by Don Freeman focuses specifically on the Nakashima studio and their furniture. How does “spirituality” add value to these pieces?
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.
This short film and photography captures the making process of talented Japanese calligrapher Sen (aka Rinka Obitsu), who’s attempting to perfect her calligraphy through a piece titled “Prayer”.
The film itself shows Japanese potter Takeshi Yasuda inside his studio, where we get to see him working and follow him through the streets of the Porcelain capital of the world, Jingdezhen in China.