Art can be bright, vibrant and in your face or it can be neat, subtle and thought provoking. Some may argue that it is this more subtle art form that can be even harder to create. Making something out of simple objects and colors can be more challenging than you would think. Yet, this subtle [&helli
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.
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.
Irish Architect and Designer Andrew Clancy has enlisted the help of Shipwright Matthew O'Malley to create this functional but traditional chair.
A truly breathtaking video by Spanish filmmaker Pau Camarasa, one that I’ve not come across before but has been around for over a year. Not totally sure how I missed it when searching through Vimeo. Although, I have come across the creative featured named Joseph Walsh, in fact we highlighted him o
Were revisiting a pottery studio again, this time thanks to a feature that the Makers and Brothers website put together. I’ve only recently come across their cracking project but it’s a retail venture developed by two brothers called Jonathan and Mark Legge. Their idea is to showcase and sell si
I've decided to bring across something a little more contemporary than what we've regularly been looking at here on the site, as I was really taken aback by the shire craftsmanship and vision that furniture designer Joseph Walsh presents through his creations. Founding his studio in 1999 Joseph has