Although what would appear quite flat and basic on the surface, when viewed up close and explored in greater detail this series by Phil Chang takes on a whole new meaning.
New works from Misa Kumabuchi, her glazes are made from locally sourced materials, such as sand, rock and other minerals and objects that she finds on trails near her studio.
A fantastic series of photography under The name "Another Land" by Leah Raintree, which is titled after one of Isamu Noguchi's set of sculptures with the same name.
Talented British potter Norman Yap makes these organic looking vessels which are produced in two separate collections, one being stoneware and the other porcelain.
Beautiful wooden objects by Fujii Works. Kenichi is the woodturner, he also carves the pieces by hand and constructs the vessels. Minako on the other hand applies the finishing touches.
Often you see very generic pictures of craftsmen, which are flat and quite basic, but Andrew Montgomery has been able to take fantastic photographs of makers in his 'Artisan' series.
Keiichi Tanaka is a popular potter with quite a following. We're happy to have restocked a selection of work, but have also added the blue wide bowl to our collection, which is fired with pigment.
Work by New York based artist Tamar Zinn, who blurs the lines by building up and sanding down layers of paint until she finds the right balance between activity and calm.
I came across this recent exhibition at Jacksons in Berlin which showcases the works of Danish furniture designer Poul Kjærholm, showing his understanding of construction and craftsmanship.
This week saw the arrival of new work by Yusuke Tazawa, most prominently the Black Walnut Tray, the Thin Dish, but also a different take on the Makiji Bowl that he previously made for the shop.
I was drawn to these fantastic looking canvases, prints and public artworks by Tony "Rubin" Sjöman, a Brooklyn-based artist who is known for his complex, abstract geometric style.
This new selection of lacquer vessels and plates by Japanese woodworker Maiko Okuno at OEN shop have real charm and character. Something that you often only see in Japanese lacquerware.