New York based Ceramic artist Simone Bodmer-Turner collaborated with photographer Yudi El and stylist Leah Pipes Meltzer to showcase her rustic ceramics forms in a beautiful light.
This week we received a new selection of work from the Danish makers at Hornvarefabrikken, known for making beautiful functional objects from their workshop in Bovlingbjerg.
This work by Damien Gernay captured my attention and made me think deeply about the textures and materials that he's using and how they could be intertwined to work in a functional manner.
We are proud to announce our first branded OEN sencha green tea made in collaboration with Kyoto based farm d:matcha that's now available to purchase at OEN shop.
Helsinki-based artist Collin Townsend Velkoff casts these sculptures in sand, allowing him to design cement forms that can then be casted onto organic stone that's buried beneath.
Estonian based ceramic design studio Nuud, a project by talented designer Mariana Laan, looks to use a variety of techniques to create objects with "perfect simplicity".
I'm pleased to let you know that we have received a new shipment of metal cans by Japanese studio Syuro, fronted by Japanese interior designer Masuko Unayama, in brass, copper and tin.
When I saw these ornamental objects made from stone and marble by London interior design store Elementary they reminded me of why craft can strike right to the core of functional design.
Talented Australian designer Amee Allsop's collection 'The Pure Minimalist' is a series of furniture that uses an ash wood that has a clean but lightweight appearance.
We are now lucky enough to be stocking a selection of matcha whisks handmade by the talented craftsmen at Chikumeido in Takayama, Ikoma, a town not too far from Nara in Japan.
Canadian artist Scott Sueme has been painting abstract works of art for approximately seven years, using graffiti as a base to offer a slight twist in a more traditional medium.
India-based design studio Raw Material have used marble offcuts, searching for beautiful patterns that might not be accepted for commercial use to create a collection of furniture and vessels.