It’s very difficult to showcase the hard work and dedication that goes on behind the scenes to craft exquisite works of art through imagery alone. Japanese woodworking studio Mori Kougei has multiple facets to their making process that are note-worthy. This new short film does a great job of break
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These lacquer boxes stocked at OEN shop show that Japanese woodworker Tomoaki Nakano is truly a master of his craft and has honed his technique throughout the years.
Last month we released the work a new maker in to the shop by the name of Tomoaki Nakano, a lacquer artist based in Fukui Prefecture. We are happy to release a second shipment of his work.
We have now stocked a selection of new work by talented Japanese craftsman Kentaro Ooyu of Dairoku, a woodworking studio that makes furniture and tableware in Aomori Prefecture, Japan.
It's been a crazy few weeks here and we've had an influx of products, so this time we wanted to share new ceramics that we received from potter Misa Kumabuchi of studio Mushimegane Books.
This week we received a new selection of work from the Danish makers at Hornvarefabrikken, known for making beautiful functional objects from their workshop in Bovlingbjerg.
We are proud to announce our first branded OEN sencha green tea made in collaboration with Kyoto based farm d:matcha that's now available to purchase at OEN shop.
New work has arrived from talented Swedish potter Stefan Andersson, with these pots being fired in his wood kiln, making a series of ceramics that look modern but are totally unique.
Akihiro Nikaido is one of the more popular artists in the shop and has a very strong following in Japan, so we are pleased to present a small selection of new works in the shop.
We featured Eiji Hagiwara on the website last year and since then we've had strong interest in his work, luckily for us he has since gone on to craft some more special works that are now in the shop.
Born in Osaka, Shinko currently resides in the small town of Kamiita, Tokushima Prefecture. All of his ceramics are wood-fired and the rich clay is dug just outside his studio.