I was really enthralled to come across the creative photography of Argentine Daniel Molina, whose series of abstract compositions from everyday life are really impressive indeed.
Inspired by architecture, nature and monuments, I really liked this set of work by New York based artist Davide Balliano, who makes canvases as well as sculptures from clay.
Rhoda Baer has been working with glass for over ten years, and uses her career as a photographer to inspire a lot of her concepts in glass, as well as being influenced by minimalist perspectives.
This series is from her latest collection titled 'Idol Weight', which are all inspired by the digital age. The concept of this series was to show the two-dimensional alongside the physical, tactile world.
One very skilled woodworker is Taisuke Hirabayashi of Atelier Tree Song, he makes all of his wooden objects at his workshop in Tokyo. Here we present a new selection of woodwork.
Originally from northeast China, Gu Qi moved to Beijing and started to produce some of his designs with the help of a local artisans. Here's a mixture of pieces from his collection.
I've been admiring the unique work of Barcelona based design studio and pottery workshop Apparatu, so here we present a small selection of their creative ceramic work.
This week we received new work by craftsman Mutsumi Goto. His studio sits at the foothills of Mount Asama, and he uses these natural surroundings as inspiration for his woodwork.
I've been particularly impressed with Catherine Aitken and her devotion to the creative process, incorporating handmade elements in to a selection of mass-produced products.
Rosemarie Auberson is a painter whose work combines collage, painting and drawing. Her work is abstract, using thin but also bold lines, and bright contradictory colours.
Born in Osaka, Shinko currently resides in the small town of Kamiita, Tokushima Prefecture. All of his ceramics are wood-fired and the rich clay is dug just outside his studio.
MUJI recently hosted an exhibition featuring Japanese craftsmen at the Fifth Avenue Flagship Store named "Tatazumai", which can be translated as "shape" or "atmosphere".