There is nothing about Hyunjee Jung’s work that wouldn’t put a smile on your face. Her bright 3-D designs provide a textural element that comes through, even in a photograph. They leave you yearning to touch and see more. Looking at Jung’s work, it is understandable that you would want to know
This work by Damien Gernay captured my attention and made me think deeply about the textures and materials that he's using and how they could be intertwined to work in a functional manner.
Functional chair by Jessy Van Durme created from just four elements, the legs, arm rest, seat and leather strapping which forms to the shape of the human body.
I’ve just realised that we’ve had a number of new arrivals in the shop over the last month, but I haven’t really made any of you aware of their presence. Often I get called out for this through email by other readers, so I’ve been trying hard to fit these type of posts in to the schedule on
I thought I'd bring another familiar face back into the fold today as we revisit the work of traditional craftsman John Needman and his "Birth of a Tool" film series, which documents one of his tools being lovingly put together by hand. Previously I'd brought across the first instalment of the proje
Let's head to Sweden now on the content front, there's a lot to admire in this part of the world, particularly when it comes to, yes you guessed it, design. I'm steering away from what you would typically expect me to be sharing today in terms of well established individuals or brands however, and i
I came across this stunning set of imagery today courtesy of Japanese store OUTBOUND. I'm pretty happy that I did, the best source of inspiration always comes when I trickle through other inspiring websites and find the original source, it leads for intriguing imagery and other great content once I'
Full Frame America is a collective story and body of work by two young photojournalists named Kristyn Ulanday and Max N. Esposito. They recently shot this short film on Earl Twist at his workshop in Kalispell, Montana. Earl has been making saddles for forty years or so, this video gives us an idea o
The Wood & Faulk website is becoming one of my top destinations to visit, most of the features on there are worth sharing and are very inspiring. This one highlights a leather worker named Larry Olmstead who owns a small goods label titled Entermodal. Larry has 17 years worth of experience in d