French designer Mathieu Delacroix has been able to capture both rustic and refined in his series titled Taso that consists of wooden vases and bowls made by a woodworker on the lathe.
Mokkou Yamagen, headed by craftsmen Genki and Mizuki Nishiyama, really are artists at stripping back any unnecessary elements and letting the beauty of the wood shine through.
Wyan McAllister and Kyle Roddenby are the makers behind Clay Canoe, producing these sculptures from clay at their studio in Newcastle, New South Wales that are timeless and beautifully crafted.
Paris-based interior architect and designer Stéphane Parmentier has to be commended for his ability to stray from the rules and make works that have links to everyday life but also have elements of frivolity.
Lucia Lienhard-Giesinger in Bregenz, Austria founded Bosna Quilts in collaboration with a number of Bosnian artisans to create these special contemporary quilts all crafted by hand.
Light + Ladder is a selection of objects handcrafted in Vermont and designed by Farrah Sit that reside somewhere between functional, sculptural, and architectural with an element of craftsmanship to boot.
Back in stock at OEN shop from Fujii Works is the ever popular Round Horse Chestnut Tray, Nested Urushi Bowls, White Lacquer Tray, and a selection of other objects handmade in Japan.
I was taken aback by the creative lifestyle of Connecticut-based artist Sarah Martinez and was happy to hear that she's attracted mainly to the experience of the act of creating itself.
We present the sculptural work of Toronto-based artist Jen Aitken who takes references from our urban environment and translates these in to sculpture that might stir something inside of us.
A quick update to let everyone know that all the pre-orders for the Mushimegane Books release have now been shipped out from our studio and the new collection is available to purchase in the shop.
You can't beat a well designed interior space and I was drawn to these unique handcrafted objects at the Holland-based shop X + L founded by designers Xander Vervoort and Leon van Boxtel in 1996.
Brooklyn based furniture design studio 'Sun at Six' captured my attention as I was drawn to the silhouettes that are thin in form but still value the use of natural materials such as leather and wood.