Works by Spanish sculptor Diego Cabezas really inspire, a maker who lives in Barcelona and cites the numerous creative souls that have worked in the city and as a source of inspiration.
We took a trip to the D.T. Suzuki Museum in Kanazawa, a unique piece of architecture by architect Taniguchi Yoshio commemorating the life of Buddhist philosopher Suzuki Daisetz Teitaro.
Swedish designer Jonas Wagell collaborated with From the Bay, a Taiwan-based company to create a range of contemporary lighting, furniture and objects for their first collection.
Today I wanted a highlight a short film produced by Break Water Studios, they have put together a video on talented stained glass craftsman Norbert Sattler who resides in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Continuing our series of adventures from Japan is a visit to Katsura Rikyu, or Katsura Imperial Villa, in Kyoto, Japan. We were able to photograph the gardens and surround property one morning.
We release a series of photos from inside the studio of Japanese craftsman Rieko Fujimoto, we visited her studio in Neyagawa City, Osaka Prefecture where she makes her metal cutlery by hand.
Highlight a documentary titled "Membra Disjecta: Gonzalo Fonseca and the Heart of Stone", a new biographical film by Michael Gregory on sculptor Gonzalo Fonseca, the trailer can be seen here.
Talking to Ruka Kikuchi and he notified me of a new object that he had been hand crafting, so we decided to stock a small selection in the shop and are presenting the new arrival here today.
We visit Miho museum in the mountains of Shigaraki in Shiga Prefecture, Japan. Designed by I. M. Pei, a beautiful building that is full of detail and works with nature to create something truly special.
I have a thing for seeking out the shadows in a modern build and photographing them, which is probably why I was interested in these works by talented UK photographer Kate Jackling.
These particular works are by Leigh Wells,I liked the way in which she incorporated light and shadow, as well as different plants to create a series of flower arrangement through paper snippets.
This is a project by Tasmania-based studio IN-TERIA that is lead by designer Karryn Dargie and architect Dean Baird who are looking to mix contemporary and traditional concepts.