New OEN maker, Japanese potter Makoto Asebi who resides in Kamakura, focuses on creating timeless pieces from stoneware clay on the pottery wheel that have both character and warmth.
Interested in the boundary between building and objects, Japanese designer Norihiko Terayama looked at how these objects could be both sculptural and functional.
American craftsman and designer Dough McCollough, who goes under the name of DMDM and is based in Los Angeles, has been producing this series of furniture and incorporating lino.
Garry Fabian Miller is an artist who specialises in 'camera-less' photographs. He creates these by using various light sources on light sensitive paper, thus creating unusual and interesting art.
Minimalist works by Turkish artist Ipek Kotan are really inspiring as they show what can be done with an open vessel. The forms are beautiful on the eye and they're also interesting and detailed.
Opendesk is an open source project linking designers with local makers, making it possible to produce functional and simple pieces of CAD furniture in many parts of the world.
Thai ceramic artist Aor Sutthiprapha references the Buddhist philosophy of using meditation, making sure she focuses on every fingerprint when producing her uniquely textured ceramics.
British sculptor Neil Ferber has been producing sculpture from around 1970 onwards, they all have a common theme of simplicity and making each sculpture a visual whole.
Japanese designer Shinya Oguchi has produced this prototype table titled Layer that can rotate to expand the overall footprint, as well as offer extra storage space for the user to use.
Talented designer Daniele De Batté uses the module as a starting point, working with the idea of balancing positive and negative space in her abstract drawings and sculpture.
Japanese potter Misa of Mushimegane Books has opened her kiln for the last time this year, so it’s great to receive a new batch of ceramics straight from her studio in Hyogo, Japan.
American designer and artist Jen Wink Hays uses opaque oil paint to obscure earlier layers of colour and form, creating what she calls "a-story-within-a-story" experience.