Naomi Bikis is a ceramic artist based in East London who looks to blur the line between functional and sculptural, starting out the wheel first and altering them significantly afterward.
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.
Phil is from New Zealand but now makes from his studio in London. This collection is a stunner and is titled 'Herringbone', all of which have been handmade using a specific method of moulding.
Emily Forgot is a London based designer who has put her knowledge of the art, design and illustration fields to create a series of wooden relief assemblages that are geometric and bold.
Christian Hakansson, Rory Morgan and Kati Morgan is a group of young makers who are using natural materials to create clean looking woodwork that's simple in appearance but unique in construction.
American artist Giselle Hicks is originally from California but now resides in Helena, Montana where she uses a coil and pinch technique to explore both functional and sculptural shapes.
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.
Antrei Hartikainen is a young woodworker and designer from Finland who has collaborated with POIAT to produce a collection of furniture that is both functional and artistic in nature.
Martha Sturdy is a talented sculptor from Vancouver, British Columbia, that uses a mixture of materials and has spent most of her life inspired by the nature that surrounds her in Canada.
Italian designers Carolina Martinelli and Vittorio Venezia's furniture collection titled MIDA is composed of three pieces, a writing desk, a small stall, and a cupboard that all have a unique twist.
Australian artist Tania Rollond has been able to make muted ceramic works that consist of stitching different colours together to create a series that's aesthetically beautiful on the eye.
When producing this collection of furniture London based studio Raw Edges were heavily focused on both textures and patterns when applying a series of dyes to a light natural wood.