Gangolf Ulbricht is one of the last makers left in Europe producing paper by hand. This short film gives us a glimpse inside his studio in Berlin where he talks about the craft and his work.
Keikou Tanabe is taking part in the tradition of Yuzen Dyeing, a technique that is part of the Kimono making process and requires the artist to apply dyes to the fabric in order to depict cultural life.
Coming across sculptors doesn't happen as frequently as one might think, which is weird since I'm always on the lookout for them. So, on a whim I decided to revisit an artist that I've researched before but didn't have much luck stringing a post together at the time, the path went a bit stale in ter
I'm not usually the one bringing over videos or short films on to the blog, Daniel, my partner in crime, usually has that base covered. He's got a great eye for sniffing out the best in the film department, whether that be on Vimeo or through other parts of the web. But today I think I might have pi
This was a real treat of a find today, and I was quite lucky to stumble across it in all honesty. I was taking my usual travels to come across something unique/different that I could showcase and I had remembered I was going to research sculptor Michael Coffey but never got around to it after seeing
We've been having a lot of fun lately searching up different pieces of architecture and reading lots of books about modernism in general. Obviously some of our favourites are past designers such as Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, Eero Saarinen and the almighty Alvar Aalto. But obviously we're not j
I always go through a short phase where I can't seem to find any inspiring films but usually some other type of content will satisfy my needs. Saying that, I came across this today on my hunt around the web and it instantly hit me that we've covered this fantastic duo before. Daniel previously wrote
Today I thought I'd showcase this film that I came across yesterday morning, directed by Nathan Clarke it's a short documentary type piece on furniture maker Harrison Higgins. The Virginia woodworker describes his ideology and how he feels about making functional items out of wood, also we are guide
We’ve showcased works from Chicago based creative Caleb Vinson previously on this website. Today we bring you a short piece to start off the morning titled “When I was a kid”. Shot with a Canon 7D, this is quite an experimental short film that plays with the idea of a child’s
This short is probably old to everyone in the Mountain Bike community, but since I’m not involved with it I will go ahead and showcase it now. It’s a piece created by Stance Films in association with Shimano, Scott Bicycles & Pinkbike, basically a Mountain Biking Film. But it’
Japanese creative mind Takayuki Akachi brings us this stunning short film which contains mass amounts of human connection amongst the rush of day to day life on a train bound for Tokyo. If your a fan of the art of people watching like me, then I’ve no doubt you will get captured by the beauty