Designed by Tamer Nakisci for Turkish glassware brand Nude, these are made from clear, corrugated crystal with a ripple effect running throughout. This effect was what attracted me to these vases.
We visit the former home and studio of sculptor Karl Duldig and his wife, artist and inventor, Slawa Duldig Horowitz in Melbourne, Australia. Inspiring creatives who experimented in art and design.
The fantastic short film by Seattle-based filmmaker Taylor Hawkins explores the work made by a series of talented lacquer craftsman in Aizuwakamatsu, a city in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.
Seung Hyun Lee's works feature unique surfaces which have been purposely altered, changing when heat or force is applied, giving them fantastic textures that I've not seen before.
Furniture by Studio Snng, which is based in Brooklyn, New York is really great and full of creativity. Founded by Shengning Zhang, some of the solutions that he's come up with are really intriguing.
Toru Sugimura, a new Japanese maker who we are now stocking at OEN shop, makes tableware, accessories and furniture at his studio called Knot Wood Works in Ryugasaki, Ibaraki Prefecture.
One maker who caught my attention was talented British artist Susan Phillips, who has been constructing these unique geometric sculptures from porcelain and creating intriguing architectural spaces.
Eric Roinestad is a ceramicist, designer and art director who is based in Los Angeles. He was born and raised in California and now designs unique sculptural objects for interiors and the home.
We used a bit of down time to update our feature on TRUCK Furniture, showcasing photos from our trip to Japan where we visited the workshop, showroom and cafe late last year.
Artist David Umemoto caught my attention for his bold sculptures that are made from concrete. These sculptures involve modular elements that come together to create full structures.
When I was introduced to the work of metalworker Takeo Suhara I was instantly hooked, the simplicity in his work is contrasted by the small markings that run across the surface of the pieces.
A fantastic selection of restocks from Japanese craftsman Ruka Kikuchi, who makes by hand a variety of cutlery and plates at his quaint studio in Setouchi, Okayama Prefecture.