Carl gives us a unique look at how the brass paperweights are crafted in his studio, from polishing the brass and filing them, each are quite individual and require different processes.
Taiwanese designers ystudio have created this stationery collection to explore the vanishing culture of handicrafts that once existed and make it relevant for our modern world.
What’s life without a good paperweight? Every desk needs one, and they don’t come much more precious than these objects designed by Carl Auböck at his metal workshop in Vienna.
We've just restocked a selection of goods from SyuRo, who produce metal cans with the philosophy of high craftsmanship and dedication towards continuous improvement.
Dutch designers David Derksen and Lex Pott showcase the beauty of the natural oxidation process in their series Transcience for Transnatural.
A great place to browse if you’re ever looking for inspiration are the association pages, or those craft collectives that point out specific makers from the area in question. With my interest being Japanese art and design it made sense to search through different locations to see what was on offer
Metal working and metal objects are quite hard to come by these days, I've not found much that has really grabbed my attention over the past year or so. The problem with these metal items is that it's hard to make something that's got real character and depth to it, usually it's either a silver func
After searching through the Leslie Williamson archives on her blog I came across this fantastic photo from the Handcrafted Modern book of the stuff on Walter Gropius’ desk. As I was routing around for more information it struck me that a fair few of the objects on the desk, mainly the stone and br