There's something attractive about these two minimal objects from the 'Lift' coaster series by Seattle based designers Sallyann Corn and Joe Kent of studio Fruitsuper that have been handcrafted from brass.
Talented Spanish architect and visionary sculptor Arturo Berned has been creating these gritty and energetic sculptures that stand juxtaposed to the urban environment surrounding them.
This week we have received a fresh new shipment of handmade bronze sculptures, bookends, ashtrays and paperweights from the Carl Aubock workshop based in Vienna, Austria.
This is the work of talented Dutch artist Simon Oud, a maker inspired by landscape that's based in Amsterdam. He constructs these metal objects by hand from both zinc and brass.
It's been a while since we last put together a feature, but this time we collaborated with photographer Kazuhiro Shiraishi and asked if he would go to the studio of metalworker Naho Kamada.
New works by SyuRo have arrived, a Japanese studio founded by Masuko Unayama in 2000 as she was inspired by the small factories crafting using the so called 'Monozukuri' philosophy.
Naho was born in Kumamoto but now lives and works in Tokyo. She uses her background as a painter to assist her metalwork, thinking about the gradient and shape in the metal.
This series of table designs by Truly Truly, founded by Australian designers Joel & Kate Booy, reminded me of the inspirations in nature and how one flash of light can illuminate an idea in the mind.
Works by Spanish sculptor Diego Cabezas really inspire, a maker who lives in Barcelona and cites the numerous creative souls that have worked in the city and as a source of inspiration.
We release a series of photos from inside the studio of Japanese craftsman Rieko Fujimoto, we visited her studio in Neyagawa City, Osaka Prefecture where she makes her metal cutlery by hand.
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.
These brass keyring were produced at their workshop in Vienna, Austria. Each of them takes many days to create by a skilled craftsman, from being moulded to being sanded by hand.