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.
Some wonderfully experimental sculpture and drawing by talented Australian artist Peter D Cole, creating out of his studio in Kyneton, a town in Victoria, Australia.
Wona Bae's background in Japanese Ikebana and Kokozi, the Korean equivalent, helped her develop this nursery-cum-studio titled Loose Leaf in Melbourne, Australia.
Based in Sydney, South Korean creative Kenny Yong Soo Son is a very talented maker that crafts exquisite objects from metal and concrete.
Designer Martin Moeller's project Ply Candy is all about the production of plywood furniture that's environmentally friendly and functional.
Inspired by experiences of detail in nature, Clare Belfrage uses fine glass threads to draw complex linear patterns on the surface of blown glass forms.
Wow, some films really do just take your breathe away. Although I wouldn’t necessarily class myself as an artist, I do find that I’m attached to certain ideas and concepts that artists revolve around. Especially when they use a mixture of materials and the finished piece becomes a crafted layer
Modular and handmade furniture seems to be work that I’m drawn to, I can’t pinpoint exactly why, but a few ideas came to mind the other day when I was thinking about the furniture that I personally own. Firstly, as a designer myself, I tend to prefer or remember the prototypes rather more vividl
Today I'll be making my weekly visit to the local pottery studio. I've been meddling with the idea of producing a teapot on the wheel for a while, so I've been watching various tutorials to get an idea of how to make such an object. Like researching any craftsmen, these guys have been doing it for y
Sometimes I spend weekend mornings, when it's quiet around here, looking for creative films and other design content that might be inspiring, not necessarily for the blog but just to keep my mind refreshed and in check. For some reason this week I stumbled in to three or four different glass artists
It's been a year since I started to explore ceramics and pottery in greater detail, not necessarily researching it, that started a long long time ago, but actual hands on commitment to the craft. So I feel like I have a small amount of physical knowledge, and I am now able to make forms on the whee
A few days ago Smith Journal released a new video on their website and I couldn't pass up the chance to showcase it here, there's some fantastic up-close imagery and you get a sense of the making process. Plus, it only seemed natural after we showcased their last video on Rohan Anderson’s Smokehou