Deborah Ehrlich crafts these beautiful vessels on paper before handing it over to an experienced Swedish glassblower, resulting in a truly fantastic collection of glassware.
Based in the Cumbrian countryside, Jonathan Leech has created a new selection for OEN shop in 2015 that are functional in form but have a fantastic rustic edge.
Titled Paper series, Australian designer Hayden Youlley has been able to create an unusual surface texture on his porcelain tableware mimicking the crumpled nature of paper as a material.
Japanese metalworking factory Nousaku are able to achieve a fine balance between machine and handiwork with their beautiful wind chimes and cast metal objects.
A fantastic series by Australian photographer Drew Echberg, he's produced a selection of semi-abstract landscape photographs that explore a new way of interpreting nature itself.
A new maker at OEN shop is Hokkaido potter Kana Tozuka, her works represent a sprinkling of snow and the black-bronze ceramics are almost like antiques honouring a transition in time.
Beautiful wooden stump stools by American creative Kieran Kinsella, who uses the natural splitting of the wood to great effect, but the keeps the general functionality of the stool intact.
It's rare to see a potter with a designers hat on, but British potter Matthew Warner has balanced his inner craftsman well with his stunning collection of porcelain tableware.
Japanese craftsman Yusuke Tazawa owns studio Think Forest! in in Ebina, Kanagawa Prefecture where he crafts these beautiful wooden trays. dishes and boxes by hand.
Inspired by the landscape surrounding her in the Isle of Skye, Helena Emmans crafts these silver spoons by hand and applies subtle nuances to the surface to breathe life in to these solid forms.
Korean photographer Jungjin Lee has produced this powerful series titled Thing, using photo-sensitive emulsion called liquid light to achieve a floating image without any shadow.
In a remote location far from any urban environment, Japanese photographer Nao Tsuda has been able to capture the life and surrounding area of the Sami people in Lapland.