Joseph Magliaro lives in New York and works in the art and design fields but this series titled Cast Cairns is particularly fascinating as he worked with the bronze workers at the Carl Auböck factory in Vienna.
This week we have received a fresh new shipment of handmade bronze sculptures, bookends, ashtrays and paperweights from the Carl Aubock workshop based in Vienna, Austria.
These brass keyring were produced at their workshop in Vienna, Austria. Each of them takes many days to create by a skilled craftsman, from being moulded to being sanded by hand.
Every so often you acquire those quaint objects that seem to have a real presence about them, for me the little round brass cup by Austrian metal workshop Carl Aubock is one of them.
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.
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.
It's not often I put together this type of post featuring a selection of creatives in one go, but I thought I'd break my own mould today after searching around a number of fantastic online archives. Sharing the video of modernist architect Josep Lluis yesterday relit my own interest in the era and I
Wright Auction House is a place I regularly check, just as an interested party in design really. As a creative myself I'm always intrigued to see designs from the past that have inspired others, also it gives me inspiration where I can find out about these people that came before me and their backgr
Hopefully this post will get you very very inspired, the photography featured here is pretty astonishing to say the least and I'm very lucky to be showcasing it to you all today. As you probably know from previous posts I'm a big fan of Carl Auböck and his creations, it's great to look back at thes
I know I've been a bit heavy on the Carl Auböck front as of late, it's so easy to find inspiring stuff relating to the Auböck family, plus when you make objects like they do it's hard not to showcase them to you all. One of the great things about owning this site is the amount of creatives and ind
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