This particular series that I picked out was captured by Italian photographer Giacomo Bruno from his travels in Japan that document a selection of Japanese craftsmen working in various fields.
Chicago and North Indiana-based artist Kelly Knaga lets her youthful and playful side out with these special abstract artworks that reverberate creativity and seek to inspire others to get creative.
Kalon is a furniture brand founded in 2007 by Michaele Simmering and Johannes Pauwen with their focus revolving around functional forms using natural materials that are sure to stand the test of time.
This project is run by Florian Pretet and Lisa Mukhia Pretet who linked together to found Atelier Fevrier, a project specialising in contemporary rugs that are handmade by Nepalese artisans.
It's not secret that I'm an admirer of Japanese potter Shinobu Hashimoto's work. I feel as though he's a little underrated as a potter and we're proud to represent him in our shop.
Sepideh Ilsey, an Iranian artist currently based in Perth, Australia starts out with a number of digital sketches before later transferring these on to linen with paint using brush techniques.
We are really pleased to release this selection of new ceramics in our shop by Japanese potter Shinko Nakanishi that are unique in shape and feature beautiful oil spotting all over them.
Base 10 is a Los Angeles furniture studio founded by woodworker Joshua Friedman in collaboration with Lindsey Muscato and is influenced by Frideman's experience in Japanese woodworking.
Today we are pleased to release this feature on Makoto Saito so that we're all able to get more of an insight in to Makoto’s art and appreciate the design and skill needed to produce these ceramics.
Joseph Magliaro lives in New York and works in the art and design fields but this series titled Cast Cairns is particularly fascinating as he worked with the bronze workers at the Carl Auböck factory in Vienna.
Designer Arati Rao founded Tantuvi in 2016 while reconnecting with her ancestral roots in India and cultivating a relationship with the long hand-loom textile traditions that reside there.
We are very proud to release a special selection of pottery handcrafted on the pottery wheel by young, talented Japanese ceramic artist Makoto Saito at his studio in the city of Seto in Japan.