Norwegian artist and designer Ann Kristin Einarsen has a background in visual art but has transitioned a lot of this knowledge over to her functional design work. Here we present some imagery.
A fresh arrival of beautiful handmade wooden cutlery and trays by Taisuke Hirabayashi, the maker and craftsman at woodworking studio Atelier Tree Song in Tokyo, Japan.
Inspired by mid-century modern designs, Cantilever used sustainable materials and sourced inspiration from the Australian aesthetic and architectural landscape to create this shelving system.
Caroline Walls is an Australian artist who experiments in many mediums, such as painting and soft sculpture, and this series titled 'Over in Love' is a continuation of her study in to the female form.
I have been admiring these beautiful works by Carina Seth Andersson, a designer who makes minimalist but functional glass and ceramic works at her studio in Gustavsberg, Sweden.
Rikke Hass Christensen resides in Copenhagen and has captured this landscape photography, showcasing the importance of translating the mood of the environment in to the photograph itself.
This fantastic series of wooden chairs were made using the latest CNC-machinery. Called Nonoto, they were designed by Julia Laufer and Marcus Keichel at their studio in Berlin.
David Bill is the son of Jakob Bill, a fellow artist and son of Bauhaus student and architect Max Bill. David follows in a similar vein to his family and designs modern and intriguing sculptures.
This furniture made by British designer Mark Laban has been made from light wood such as maple and oak, looking deeper in to the production unveils many interesting things.
Misa of Mushimegane Books usually opens her kiln three or four times a year and likes to make all of her work as a grouping, so we decided to capture them all over the weekend.
Scottish artist Bobby Clark inspired me a lot with her minimal abstract artworks, tending to let white space play a major part in the placement of shapes, giving the final pieces a pleasant aesthetic.
When I came across the work of architect firm Tierney Haines, owned by Stephen Tierney and Nicola Haines, their portfolio that's full of beautiful furniture really inspired me.