Today we showcase new photos captured inside the Mothertool Workshop in Japan who specialise in making the Tempo mobile series that has become a hit in our shop. It’s always nice to see inside these studios and understand the skill and dedication that goes in to crafting each piece. Mothertool
Japanese ceramic artist Miki Furusho has mixed her talent as a potter with her eye for good design in this new hanging mobile/chime series. Furusho is known for her use of a special clay dug in the Izu Peninsula in Japan. This clay has a particular earthy feel that really does sing ‘wabi sabi’ a
Creativity and craft has come together superbly in our newest work introduced to the shop by Ekko Workshop. Ekko Workshop consists of Ben Cogdill and Matt Richards, an industrial designer and an engineer who have more than a decade in mobile-making experience. Using many different types of materials
Designer, photographer and former stylist Annett Bourquin takes inspiration from her time spent in Japan and years of travelling the world to craft simple and considered objects. A particular fascination for Annett are hanging mobiles and kinetic sculpture that spark a sense of joy thanks to the nat
I came across the work of product designer Corie Humble who has been working with leather, but in the past few years has transitioned to designing objects for the home and mobiles from metal.
I've had my eyes on Jenni Rope's work for a while now. This talented creative who lives and works in Helsinki channels her thinking across a number of mediums, including painting and sculpture.
This project founded by Vincent Colet named Fathers Edition has a goal of discovering overlooked design pieces that he believes have their rightful place among the classics of design history.
Made from metal, these geometric hanging mobiles are designed by South African photographer David Ross, who has been able to transfer over his eye for detail and simplicity.
I've been admiring these fantastic mobiles made by Brooklyn-based Noah Spencer, a selection of wooden geometric shapes that are strung together and balanced accordingly.
A selection of beautifully crafted mobiles by Japanese artist Kayo Miyashita that are made from paper and wire, her eye for asymmetry and the natural order of things is very appealing.
My exploration in to furniture design hasn't just stopped at this site, I've purchased many books and have also been jotting down a mixture of ideas on paper that could come in handy in the future. Although I feel like I have some good ideas, also some amazing inspiration in the back of my brain, I