Collection of Works from Regis Brodie

I thought I’d stick with craft again after sharing wood turner Jonathan Leech with you all last time around. Today I was impressed with the multifaceted nature of creative Regis Brodie’s work, so I’ve brought across a selection as a nod of appreciation to the Pittsburgh based artist, potter, sculptor and professional speaker. As you can see from what we have here Regis likes to take quite an expressive approach to a clean cut form, be it …

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North Bay House by Prentiss Architects

We couldn’t reach wednesday without a little architecture to satisfy our creative cravings, so I’ve sourced a recent build by Seattle based studio Prentiss Architects which will hopefully cater for everyone’s needs. This home is actually quite deceptive as it’s a lot larger than it looks here, I don’t however think we can criticise the studio for this, in fact it’s more of a compliment as the last thing you want a house to do …

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Cy Twombly Sculptures

This weekend I spent much of my time working, luckily enough for me though my job tends to revolve around research and I love taking in different information about creatives and designers. I recently talked about the new additions to my bookshelf in a previous post which included the likes of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Tadao Ando, both contemporary architects. Although we’ve talked a lot about architects and architecture …

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Architecture + Influence : A Short Film on the Work of Philip Johnson

For what seems like months I’ve been itching to bring forward the work of influential American architect Philip Johnson, however I wanted to both present a project that did his work justice and secondly share something that hadn’t been seen or spoken about already. So late last night as I was dwindling down my time before bed I decided to check for any developments online and …

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Admiring the Work of Sculptor Richard Serra

Over the Christmas period I came across the work of Richard Serra through an insightful book that follows his achievements over the past forty years. So I thought we’d mark this new found interest in his creations with a follow up post here on the site as some of his works are really quite astounding. For those that haven’t come across the American artist and sculptor before Richard focuses around a very minimal yet industrial …

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George Nakashima Woodwork

Right now we seem to be short of clothing inspiration, I’ve not really found anything that’s really inspired me as such over the past few days so it’s only natural for me to search elsewhere. Furniture is another design facet that I love to explore and George Nakashima has cropped up often, I’ve just never had the time to showcase it properly. So tonight I decided to bring over a set of beautiful photography from their website that …

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Winter Catalogue by Satsuki Shibuya

I picked up some lovely imagery from the Satsuki Shibuya website, a lifestyle brand specialising in hand made product that looks to emphasise an eco-friendly philosophy where each product is carefully crafted one at a time. A lot of these are from the Fall/Winter 2011 catalogue and I thought they were very simple and beautiful in their appearance, something that was very easy to showcase this afternoon. Owner Satsuki …

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Set of Imagery from Craig Spence

In the last few weeks I’ve had the tendency to revisit a lot of creatives work who we’ve featured in the past so I felt it was about time I introduced you to a new one. With this in mind photographer Craig Spence is heading into our archive today with this delightful set of self documenting images. Travelling to the west of America on vacation, Craig was compelled to take a break from documenting outside entities and instead …

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