Sara Martinsen has been on my radar for a while now. Her use of natural materials, especially found materials, is quite exceptional and makes her work stand out from the pack. This particular piece titled ‘Red Oak Circuit’ is a unique sculpture that has the concept of using underutilized
It feels as though there’s something symbolic about nature’s representation in the world of art. It’s been a common theme since the start of time and still intrigues us today. When we are born, millions of organisms and bacteria inhabit our bodies and continue to do so until we pass. Nature ca
Often in design, the most simple-looking object can be the most complex. There is a real art to this concept of “filtering down”, where only the essential is left to shine through. An artwork or object with exquisite composition and proportion requires enormous amounts of work and small
Contemporary Danish artist Anders Ruhwald creates installations and sculptural-looking vessels made out of clay that challenge our preconceptions of this material traditionally associated with the world of crafts. His ceramic-based three-dimensional works have organic forms and rich textures granted
Copenhagen-based architect and designer Else-Rikke Brunn is interested in exploring the creative, sculptural, material, and functional possibilities of wood. Brunn’s distinctive approach to design has resulted in minimal, curved, and interlocking furniture pieces that merge Japanese, Mexican, and
There’s something so appealing about approaching an object from an architectural standpoint. Of course the overall idea of building something from scratch is the basis of all creative pursuit, conjuring something of beauty from just raw material. There’s nothing more magical than that. T
There are elements of a room that are often overlooked but can really transform a space. Lighting would be one of the main ones, not only dictating the mood but also our experience in the room and how we perceive our living environment. A big second might be flooring. Whether it is carpet or another
People often think of any art form as something that stops and starts rather than an ever evolving process. Take the work of Kristina Krogh for example. I posted this Danish artist’s work up in 2018, referencing the inspiration she had taken from Graphic Design to produce a selection of colour
From the labyrinthine of veins on certain ferns to the almost microscopic parts of moss, the anatomy of plants is quite extraordinary. Danish artist Trine Drivsholm has spent countless hours studying this world of beautiful detail and has crafted an entire range of sculptures inspired by plants and
I’ve been thinking about the knowledge that a craftsman has and their relationship with material. I think it’s something that’s slowly being lost in this digital age. Through the use of material, the touch in our hands, we are able to really process the capabilities of it, not just
Danish ceramic artist Heidi Hentze has been experimenting with connecting vessels that play on the translucency of porcelain, using texture and varying heights to create this mysterious ripple effect that Heidi has coined "An ambience of fragile existence".
Kristina Dam Studio, founded by talented Kristina Dam provides us with a selection of furniture, sculptures and other objects which are aesthetically pleasing and are sure to improve any interior space.