Photographer Yusuke Sakai offers alternate perspectives on human subjects by locating himself in a unique viewpoint and waiting for each figure will harmonise with the surrounding landscape.
Often using metal, wood or a mixture of the two, Brazilian artist Ascanio MMM is able to experiment with different angles and volumes to create unique sculptural geometric formations.
Designed and made by hand in Hyogo, Japan these lacquer bowls by talented husband and wife duo Kenichi and Minako Fujii are beautifully crafted and light to hold in the hand.
Photographer Yoshinori Mizutani has been experimenting with the theme of seasons in his most recent series titled SAKURA, adding motion and layering to nature to create depth and intrigue.
Taiwanese designers ystudio have created this stationery collection to explore the vanishing culture of handicrafts that once existed and make it relevant for our modern world.
Yumiko's passion for designing everyday objects is quite evident, producing bold forms with the help of local Japanese craftsmen. We're very proud to be stockists of her work.
A collection of ten photographic images that show layers of acetate cut into different geometric shapes that have been carefully placed and lit to construct formal arrangements.
With his aim being to find an uncommon form through experimentation, Jeonghwa Seo has designed a selection of furniture and deskware exploring the structure of functional objects.
A selection of new lacquer woodwork handmade by talented craftsman Hiroyuki Sugawara, who makes out of his studio Greenlight in Saitama Prefecture, Japan.
Living and working in California, Ben Peterson draws influence from the origins of modernist architecture as well as the design of functional objects to create these earthy sculptures.
Stepping outside the box is Chicago-based creative Chad Kouri, an artist who experiments with flat colours and forms to create unique compositions using a number of different mediums.
Based in Mashiko, which is highly regarded for its ceramic art, potter Akihiro Nikaido creates objects that stimulate all five senses, particularly focusing on the tea ceremony.