Made from metal, these geometric hanging mobiles are designed by South African photographer David Ross, who has been able to transfer over his eye for detail and simplicity.
Brent lives and works in Vancouver, and uses wood sourced from surrounding areas to communicate how he experiences nature and what it means to him through these materials.
This week we received a fresh new shipment from Hornvarefabrikken at OEN shop, so I thought I would present a few new objects here which include some chopsticks and spoons.
Christophe Gordon-Brown, a British artist based in Cambridge, makes beautiful sculptures from stone, and what's great about them is that he's able to let the material speak for itself.
American artist Leon Polk Smith took a particular interest in the De Stijl movement, especially inspired by Piet Mondrian, and ended up producing a fantastic array of geometric artworks.
Yeong Tak Han makes vessels that are aesthetically quite sparse, using white as a base for many of his pieces, but the shapes themselves are often flavoured with a traditional Korean sensibility.
Designed by Marina Bautier in collaboration with Japanese company IDEE, this collection of furniture focuses on comfortable and sturdy design whilst using clean lines and simple shapes.
Yuichi Inoue is a Japanese artist and calligrapher who was born in Tokyo, he had a fantastic talent for showcasing pure expression, and his ability to let himself go and be in the moment.
Alison's metalwork draws inspiration from the clean lines of geometric shapes, paired against soft satin finishes. They are hand crafted at her workshop in Canberra named Pocket Studio.
Vitreluxe Glass Works was founded in 1999, his early pursuit in watercolour painting led him to take an interest in glass thanks to the transparency and optical qualities of the material.
Ian and Richard Abell design this unique metalwork in collaboration with a team of artists and craftsmen, using pigmented resin and other materials to create a fantastic array of effects.
I was particularly taken aback by these beautiful vessels by Chung Hae-Cho, a Korean artist who applies lacquer and cloth in a number of different layers on top of a foam form.