Inspired by the urban industrial landscape of Los Angeles, potter Sara Paloma hand-throws these fantastic tear drop shaped vases out of stoneware and porcelain on the wheel.
Using wire to suspend these objects in different formations, Mari Andrews sculpture consists of stones, twigs, and other simple objects found out and about on her walks and travels.
You may remember us late last year writing a piece on a new documentary titled The Oyler House: Richard Neutra’s Desert Retreat by director Mike Dorsey. I’ve been back and forward emailing him, checking in on the project whenever I can, so I thought it would be a nice touch to hold a little Q&A
Often I stumble across inspiration randomly whilst searching for individuals that we could represent in the shop. Before we opened I would have to go looking for, or sometimes pushing, a specific subject, which didn't always lead to an interesting article or post. Saying that, now I often get led to
Time for some more modernist architecture I think. I've been on the browse since wednesday when we highlighted Marion Berrin's collection of Le Corbusier photos and luckily this morning I came across another beautiful build, this time by Oscar Niemeyer. I say architecture, and of course it is, becau
We might of created a silly amount of content of our own over the years but we're ultimately big consumers and admirers of others work too. So this morning I'd like to highlight to you all one of my favourite spots to get inspired by called 'In the Make' which showcases various creatives in their st
Alma's been a massive inspiration for both of us here recently, somehow he's not featured on the site but today I've finally got round to putting together some nice imagery of his work and hopefully this small article will sum up what's behind his pieces and how he creates these fantastic sculptures
So this is quite a tough post to write really, I'm not sure where to start. I've been on and off writing about furniture and such over the past few weeks but this particular one is more about a film and someones work, it was all inspired thanks to an interview I came across last night. The specific
We love supporting companies with integrity and substance at the core of their existence and Heath Ceramics in California fits right into this very mould. They've modernised the project started by Edith Heath back in 1948 to remain ahead of the current market without compromising the legacy Edith le
I think this piece was destined for my inbox. It’s by Eliot Rausch, titled this KINGDOM, he captures a short moment in the life of Brian Wolke, his wife, his kids and their current obstacle in life. Based in Compton, California, Brian has got no work and looks to move out of their home, shifti
I went on another flickr patrol this morning and came across some stunning imagery by Californian based photographer Laura Taylor. She portrays a simple and friendly charm throughout her work, the legitimacy of the photo’s is something i’m fond of, you can tell her photography isn’