Art Quest London Interview Billy Lloyd

One subject we don’t often touch upon here is business, as to be honest with you we aren’t particularly motivated by the idea of making lots of money. I’m sure this may seem strange to many but we can honestly say that our platform is founded upon our passion for sharing creativity alone. What really drives us forward is the idea of a creative community, supporting other independents so they can fulfil what they consider to be their …

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Ceramics by Gustavo Perez

We are strong believers that craft and design are inherently linked, which is why ceramics are just a present a feature as architecture or clothing within our daily content. In fact recently I think myself and Mark have become a little fanatic about seeing the creation process, but today I thought we’d step away from this and admire the final product with a wonderful set that Gustavo Perez has on show at Erskine Hall & Coe …

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Documentary on Potter Svend Bayer

Acknowledging a running theme of traditional craft with the daily line up, I thought I’d introduce a documentary I recently viewed which follows the work of English Potter Svend Bayer. Given we have shared lots of ceramics and pottery in the past I felt the need to source a project that would expand on what we have already highlighted and this twenty minute film does exactly this. If you have an interest not only in the …

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The Pleat Box by Xavier Manosa & Mashallah

Personally, it’s hard for me to think of anything I enjoy more than watching products being made. I just love to see each intricate process and how this shapes the final products appearance and function. So as we wind down from our busy schedule before the big release of our shop on monday, why not join us in watching a collaborative lamp being made between Xavier Manosa and Mashallah. First up we get a little trans …

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Imagery from Riley Salyards

I’ve not come across Amsterdam’s very own Riley Salyards before but browsing through her blog it quickly became evident that she was a creator. Nobody takes photo’s like these unless they are creative and like the fine details, the texture, and that classic rustic/handmade feel. It actually turns out that Riley works in fashion as a textile designer, although from time to time you might find her making some …

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