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.
Czech designer Rony Plesl specialises in glass, he's been able to link craftsmanship with industrial design, making objects that will stand the test of time and reach the wider public.
The Arturo Alvarez studio have been designing and manufacturing beautiful lighting for over 20 years at their workshop near Santiago de Compostela, in the northwest portion of Spain.
Design studio Kneip, consisting of designers Jørgen Platou Willumsen and Stian Korntved Ruud, take a subject and explore it in more detail. This is a showcase of their Weathered series.
Inspired by rice fields, lakes, rivers, islands and water drops, these ceramic works designed by Finnish creative Samuli Helavuo are not only simple but are also functional.
Malfatti, which is Italian for 'misshapen', is a collection of functional glassware that's made from borosilicate glass. They are not only strong, but also durable and aesthetically beautiful.
Norwegian designer Falke Svatun Lirhus is focused on making functional objects that integrate within the home, such as furniture, homewares, and other works that have a theatrical twist.
Owned by Verter Turroni and Emanuela Ravelli, at their workshop they produce unique furniture and sculptural objects that make you consider the relationship between nature and design itself.
Sabine Marcelis coins her work "magical moments within materiality", a creative approach to the manufacturing process, using the constraints of industrial design to create new possibilities.
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.
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.