We've been waiting tentatively for new works to arrive from Japanese potter Shinobu Hashimoto, so we are pleased to announce that a new selection has been uploaded to the shop.
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We are excited to release a selection of ceramics by a new Japanese maker named Fumihiro Toda, a well respected craftsman who is known for his beautiful ceramics with rustic touches.
Irish craftsman Simon Doyle wants to bring some of the traditional craft techniques in to the modern world, linking craft and industry together, exploring the possibility of the two coexisting.
These works here by English maker Rebecca Gouldson are really quite special, a variety of metal wall pieces that have been etched to show interesting signs of degradation in an abstract manner.
Every so often you come across a designer who has a distinct style and Aldo Bakker is one of those. A designer who looks for timeless form but at same time approaches from a unique angle.
When we saw the collection of woodworks made by Studio KUKU we were drawn in by the quirkiness mixed with the functionality and wanted to represent them here in the shop.
Shinobu Hashimoto, a Japanese potter based in Sapporo, Hokkaido has recently sent a new shipment of ceramics for us to stock in the shop, a selection of vases, cups and teapots.
Norwegian artist and designer Ann Kristin Einarsen has a background in visual art but has transitioned a lot of this knowledge over to her functional design work. Here we present some imagery.
When I came across the work of architect firm Tierney Haines, owned by Stephen Tierney and Nicola Haines, their portfolio that's full of beautiful furniture really inspired me.
This series by designer Ariane Prin is fantastic and consists of a collection of vases, bowls, boxes and trays made from mixing metal dust from London workshops with gypsum and acrylic.
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.