Selection of Imagery from Carlie Armstrong

After highlighting Jennifer Causey and her Brooklyn Makers book the other day I came across another photographer that’s passionate about sharing some American creativity. Tonight I thought I’d give her work a showcase here because I’m a big fan of what she’s trying to do with her own project and felt it deserved a bit more attention. Much like Jennifer, Carlie Armstrong is in awe of the collective artisanal movement going on in her area and …

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Short Film on Vyrobeno lesem Collective

When you sit and consider for a moment how many objects, foods and materials around us are synthetic it makes me feel a little uneasy, I don’t agree that price of something is where its real value lies. As time passes I feel myself moving more and more towards items with organic origins, I like to be able to sit comfortably knowing the background of the items that I spend my hard earned currency on. I’m sure if you’re anything like me it’s a real joy …

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Further Photography from Where They Create by Paul Barbera

This doesn’t happen very often but I was completely blown away this morning by the creative energy found within the webpage of photographer Paul Babera. He’s undertaken a ridiculously ambitious project where he’s travelled the globe searching high and low for the most innovative designers, makers, artist illustrators, architects and more. Basically if creativity is their passion Paul …

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Set of Imagery from Freunde von Freunden

Freunde von Freunden are a collective that we’ve shared in the past, and they’ve been known for their insightful short films in which they interview various inspiring creatives. I’m quite an avid follower of their work as I think there is something quite inviting about hearing a creative individual talk about their work in the comfort of their own working space. When viewing the Freunden site recently I was reading through …

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Astier de Villatte Collections by Studio Homme

Studio Homme give us a nice guided tour through various creative workshops in Paris for their exclusive online launch of the Astier de Villatte collections, a series of collaborative works with different designers. First they visit a print factory where they make stationary, particularly notebooks and diaries, and even show us the four colour system that they will use on their machinery. The we move off to one of the …

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