This work seen here by Brooklyn design studio Uhuru is a collection of industrial furniture under the name 'Tack End', which is constructed by zig-zagging and joining sheets of hand-blackened steel.
It’s been a long time since we last highlighted the work of Japanese metal craftsman Rieko Fujimoto, all of which are handcrafted by Rieko at her studio in Neyagawa, Osaka Prefecture.
Talented artist Miya Ando creates canvases using subtle shades of colour that feature a gradient, flowing from top to bottom, all of which are based on themes of perception and time.
Alison's metalwork draws inspiration from the clean lines of geometric shapes, paired against soft satin finishes. They are hand crafted at her workshop in Canberra named Pocket Studio.
Naho Kamada produces objects from brass, silver and aluminium at her studio, all of which are inspired by antique tea utensils, old cups, and other functional goods.
Carl gives us a unique look at how the brass paperweights are crafted in his studio, from polishing the brass and filing them, each are quite individual and require different processes.
What’s life without a good paperweight? Every desk needs one, and they don’t come much more precious than these objects designed by Carl Auböck at his metal workshop in Vienna.
Japanese metalworking factory Nousaku are able to achieve a fine balance between machine and handiwork with their beautiful wind chimes and cast metal objects.
Inspired by the landscape surrounding her in the Isle of Skye, Helena Emmans crafts these silver spoons by hand and applies subtle nuances to the surface to breathe life in to these solid forms.
Based in Sydney, South Korean creative Kenny Yong Soo Son is a very talented maker that crafts exquisite objects from metal and concrete.
Dutch designers David Derksen and Lex Pott showcase the beauty of the natural oxidation process in their series Transcience for Transnatural.