Jamie is a Sydney-based artist that uses concrete and other materials in a state of erosion to act like rocks as a base for his work, intertwining these with planting to create a unique collaboration.
Hannah Fox is an Australian artist who likes to experiment with space, light, colour and texture, creating artworks that on the surface have different patterns and use a varying colour palette.
I came across the work of product designer Corie Humble who has been working with leather, but in the past few years has transitioned to designing objects for the home and mobiles from metal.
Robert Wiezorek is a German filmmaker who undertook the project of documenting the work of a traditional pottery workshop called Asahiyaki in Uji, a city just south of Kyoto in Japan.
I liked the work of Martin Szekely, partly thanks to his collection of furniture that centres around a square or a rectangle shape, orientating them to create furniture that's stacked upwards or sideways.
John Zabawa is a talented graphic designer and art director currently living in Los Angeles who has been able to connect with a number of brands and keep his overall identity and style intact.
Bianca Chang has approached the meaning of a canvas in a new way, using paper that is both drawn on top of and also cut in to, hand-cutting each sheet layer-by-layer to reveal a form.
Benkert is a family owned business in Bavaria run by Gerhard Benkert, a creative who had a brain wave and decided to explore a brand new project, creating sculptures that can be sat in.
I was looking for flowing shapes and something bright and much to my pleasure came across the work of Hungarian Illustrator and artist Anna Kövecses who resides in Cyprus.
It's been a while since we last put together a feature, but this time we collaborated with photographer Kazuhiro Shiraishi and asked if he would go to the studio of metalworker Naho Kamada.
Artist Benjamin Ewing is a creative that caught my attention, he should be commended for the freedom and expression in his work as it's not easy to span across so many different mediums.
Founded in 2007 in Melbourne by craftsman and designer George Harper, TIDE designs and produces handmade furniture with the goal of making work that can stand the test of time.