Devin Burgess is an American artist and maker who is situated in Greensboro, Vermont and works with hand-blown and surface-treated glass using subtle colours and delicate shapes.
Pieces of furniture designed by Terry Dwan, a Californian-born architect. They are made out of single blocks of solid cedar wood, which are turned on a lathe and sculptured to create flowing curves.
Kana Tozuka's ceramics were an instant hit when they first arrived earlier in the Spring, so I’m pleased to let you know that new stock has come in alongside some other objects to coincide.
Bruce Gardner lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico and specialises in the Japanese art of Hikaru Dorodango. Perfect spheres created from soil, which are then dried and polished.
These glass sculptures by artist Heike Brachlow are full of creativity, not only using elements that cross over and divide, but also showcase movement and structure.
Naho Kamada produces objects from brass, silver and aluminium at her studio, all of which are inspired by antique tea utensils, old cups, and other functional goods.
Tony Smith was a builder, designer and architect who studied under Frank Lloyd Wright, spending 20 years as an architect before making the switch to sculpture.
Working out of LA and San Francisco, Michael Boyd is the owner and maker of Plane Furniture, a company based on the idea that form should function effortlessly.
We thought we'd give you a look inside the studio of ceramic artist Keiichi Tanaka, who makes an impressive range of sculpture and tableware at his studio in Kawagoe, Japan.
Sharon Etgar lives and works in Tel Aviv, Israel where she makes fabric and paper collages, her work aims to translate themes of mood and memory into colour and abstract form.
Venezuelan artist Jose Gabriel Fernandez produces work using acrylic gesso on plywood to create reliefs, as well as fibreglass for his simplistic three-dimensional sculpture.
South Korean artist Bomi Lee has constructed porcelain vessels that are made by cutting rectangular and hexagonal forms out of clay and overlapping in unusual ways.