How can we rethink the art vs crafts debate? The transdisciplinary practice of Copenhagen-based artist and designer Stine Mikkelsen seeks to uncover new ways in which design, art, and craft can interact with each other. With this intention in mind, through her minimal, monochromatic, and texturized
Duccio Maria Gambi, shows us, through his work, how almost nothing in this world should be thrown away and that everything, with creativity, can be made beautiful and serve a purpose.
When I saw these ornamental objects made from stone and marble by London interior design store Elementary they reminded me of why craft can strike right to the core of functional design.
Hattern, meaning Happy Pattern, released their very first project titled 'Mellow Collection', a series of Acrylic block vases that use both blurred and clear surface in a variety of colour gradients.
Zoë Mowat, a furniture and object designer based in Montreal, puts emphasis on simple forms, bold colours and unusual material combinations for geometric tables.
A truly exquisite collection of glassware designed by Belgian creative Anna Torfs, her work consists of layered forms that are structurally simplistic, stripping back any unnecessary elements.
Marion Fortat has integrated an unpredictable element in to her working process with this series titled 'GUM', vases that are formed and then disfigured in the construction phase.
Designer Eric Degenhardt has really impressed me with the progression of his own work, which can be clearly seen in his portfolio showcased on his studio website.
Our quest for a little inspiration takes us into europe this morning, to Cologne in Germany to be precise as we bring across this impeccable set of ceramics by artisan Enno Jakel. In recent months the both of us have definitely developed an admiration for the art of creating objects out of clay and