Fantastic Brutalist-style furniture by another bureau of design. This Melbourne-based design studio works in the areas of furniture, lighting, and object design. Through the incorporation of both industrial and handmade production methods they have been able to develop objects that are informed by t
Founded by Melbourne-based designer Kohtaroh Colwell-Matsuura, SOZOU studio specializes in the production of minimal-looking metal lighting pieces that create a Zen-like ambiance. Next to being connected to eastern and western philosophies, the studio’s geometric lamps bring to mind the legacy
The Look Elsewhere, 2018, acrylic on canvas There is a fresh, breezy lightness to Australian artist Sarah Kelk’s abstract paintings, as swipes and slabs of luminous colour float weightlessly through space. Elements of structure appear here and there in rigid ruler lines and flat, solid blocks of c
Yoko Ozawa’s work hit my radar in 2011 and has continued to peak my interest ever since. Last year we met in person and talked about the idea of placing some of her ceramics in the shop. Today is the day we release her first collection! The ‘White Stump’ series references both the
Victoria Zschommle, a photographer who splits her time between Australia, France, and the UK captured this series featuring rocks with unique placement mixed with bold colour.
Stephen Baker's works usually have some kind of architectural inspiration, hoping to create a dream like landscape that's defined by two distinct colour palettes, warm and moody.
Taiwanese creative Zhu Ohmu, an artist who is currently based in Melbourne, Australia has been experimenting with ceramics in unique ways and integrating them with plants.
Bianca Chang has approached the meaning of a canvas in a new way, using paper that is both drawn on top of and also cut in to, hand-cutting each sheet layer-by-layer to reveal a form.
Founded in 2007 in Melbourne by craftsman and designer George Harper, TIDE designs and produces handmade furniture with the goal of making work that can stand the test of time.
Ulrica Trulsson is a ceramic artist who lives and works in Adelaide, linking the craftsman's Swedish roots of simplicity and utilitarianism with that of the natural and rugged Australian landscape.
Seeing these works by Melbourne-based ceramic studio Ghost Wares certainly inspired me and made me think about the subtle colours and the simple shapes that they have used.
Scottish artist Bobby Clark inspired me a lot with her minimal abstract artworks, tending to let white space play a major part in the placement of shapes, giving the final pieces a pleasant aesthetic.