It’s intriguing to think that our life influences play a direct role in how we design. Of course, there are small aesthetic tweaks that make a difference visually, but then there are designers such as Daniel Boddam who showcase these influences in abundance and rear their heads in every series
I like to come back to many of the architectural builds, or even the interior spaces of the past, and see whether their design choices have stood the test of time or not from an aesthetic point of view. ‘Shearers Quarters’ by Australia based architect firm John Wardle Architects is an ol
Sepideh Ilsey, an Iranian artist currently based in Perth, Australia starts out with a number of digital sketches before later transferring these on to linen with paint using brush techniques.
Wyan McAllister and Kyle Roddenby are the makers behind Clay Canoe, producing these sculptures from clay at their studio in Newcastle, New South Wales that are timeless and beautifully crafted.
Talented Australian artist Cobi Cockburn has been experimenting specifically with the textural qualities found in textiles as a medium, incorporating this in to her own medium of glass.
Australian fibre artist Tammy Kanat has honed her craft superbly and is now producing exceptional works of art that have been made by weaving and play with all the senses.
Australian artist Tania Rollond has been able to make muted ceramic works that consist of stitching different colours together to create a series that's aesthetically beautiful on the eye.
Stephen Baker's works usually have some kind of architectural inspiration, hoping to create a dream like landscape that's defined by two distinct colour palettes, warm and moody.
Taiwanese creative Zhu Ohmu, an artist who is currently based in Melbourne, Australia has been experimenting with ceramics in unique ways and integrating them with plants.
Jamie is a Sydney-based artist that uses concrete and other materials in a state of erosion to act like rocks as a base for his work, intertwining these with planting to create a unique collaboration.
Hannah Fox is an Australian artist who likes to experiment with space, light, colour and texture, creating artworks that on the surface have different patterns and use a varying colour palette.
Ulrica Trulsson is a ceramic artist who lives and works in Adelaide, linking the craftsman's Swedish roots of simplicity and utilitarianism with that of the natural and rugged Australian landscape.