Distinct colors, geometric shapes and shatterproof qualities. That is what Rahee Yoon’s acrylic sculptures are all about. Rahee Yoon is a Seoul-based artist with a background in metalwork, textile, ceramics and woodworking. She specializes in bringing out the rawness of the materials she works wit
How can we assume that there’s no story to tell through craft? That our emotion can’t come through in to these natural materials? I suppose thousands of years of functional forms takes the edge off an art that is, and has always been, about self expression. Maybe then, it takes a special
Gippeum Roh is a multitalented South Korean artist who has combined painting, sculpture, and ceramic art to create this stunning selection of staged scenes for us to sit, admire, and contemplate.
Kyungwon has been making some waves with her beautiful sculpture that connects many 'thoughts' that sit between sculptural and functional and explore new possibilities in clay.
For this collection titled "Melting Point", Korean designer Kwangho Lee used a selection of marble and onyx slotted together nicely to construct a unique mixture of sculptural forms.
Jinsik Kim is the talented designer behind Studio Jinsik based in Seoul, South Korea and has taken a particular interest in the boundary that exists between objects and people.
South Korean designer Byung Hoon Choi has studied design and crafts extensively throughout his career, working closely with craftsmen to make his ideas come to fruition.
Wonjae Jo has made this new collection of work for 2017 where the white porcelain walls have been painstakingly shaved to make a unique pattern and rhythmic composition.
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.
Interesting materials usually breed interesting results. Here Korean creative Wonmin Park has designed a collection of resin furniture that are both innovative and eye catching.
Yeong Tak Han makes vessels that are aesthetically quite sparse, using white as a base for many of his pieces, but the shapes themselves are often flavoured with a traditional Korean sensibility.
I was particularly taken aback by these beautiful vessels by Chung Hae-Cho, a Korean artist who applies lacquer and cloth in a number of different layers on top of a foam form.