Set of Imagery by YoungDoo Moon

The stunning film photography by Nick Hand and Andrew Paynter in our latest feature with Hiut Denim got me a little hungry for some more, so I tracked down a set of beautifully captured medium format shots by Korean creative YoungDoo Moon earlier today. This particular set was taken after reading the book of author Robyn Griggs Lawrence and drawing inspiration from the words found in “the wabi-sabi …

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Set of Imagery from the Analogue Life Store

Japan is always a good place to start if you’re in the mood for a little handcrafted creation, so today we’re heading towards the wonderful imagery found in Nagoya’s very own Analogue Life store. Offering a range of contemporary Japanese house wear products created in a traditional style, Analogue houses the work of many artisans all working out of their own small studios employing techniques which have been …

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Ceramics By Enno Jäkel

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 porcelain so to stumble across Enno’s work today was the perfect start to my day. What stands Enno’s work aside from a lot of the …

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Further Imagery from Jennifer Korff

With Thanksgiving celebrations going on over in the states things seem a little thin on the ground at the moment, so I was glad to be able to delve into our archive and check back with some creative talent that we’ve talked about in the past. Back in July Mark introduced us to the delightful workings of designer, photographer and illustrator Jennifer Korff as we highlighted her charming At Home series, which was …

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Handcrafted Furniture By Denis Milovanov

It’s always refreshing and inspiring to see natural, sustainably sourced materials being used in the creation of new ideas. The work of Russian sculptor Denis Milovanov is a fine example of combining ingenuity with common sense, as he crafts wooden furniture out of natural wood found in dead or damaged trees. I’ve never quite understood why there isn’t any laws or restrictions on creating objects out of …

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Set of Imagery from Gardendier

The Internet and particularly the Flickr community seems to be packed full of highly talented creatives that like to remain anonymous, and it just so happens that Gardendier is one of them. I guess the reality of this is that most of you won’t be too fussed, however I think it’s nice to be able to make some sort of connection with the creator, talk a little about them and give them the credit they so much deserve. The set we have here …

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Set of Imagery from Katie Quinn Davies

If you’re a fan of home cooked rustic food and you’ve not come across the photographic work of Katie Quinn Davies yet then you’re in for a real treat. The Dublin native spent many years globe trotting, experiencing Europe, the Americas and Australia working as an art director for some of most innovating design studios around before deciding to concentrate solely on photography. Being immersed in all this cultural …

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Various Ceramics from Tokino Kumo Store

Since I brought across the Rosenfield Collection last week I’ve been on the browse for some more ceramics, until this morning I hadn’t been able to match that same level of quality and originality as previous selections. I found the answer to my woes in Japan within a wonderful little webstore called Tokino Kumo which was harbouring these stunning pieces of handmade mastery. I don’t think it’s easy to come across items …

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Landscapes By Cody Cobb

I couldn’t help but return to the eye pleasing portfolio of Seatle based photographer Cody Cobb, his style really sits well with my own tastes in photography. I’m sure there will be those that feel this is more of the same, but in all honesty I think if something is great then why not return to it for further inspiration. Cody always presents us we these idyllic, untouched, uncluttered and natural scenes that you can just frame on a wall and still not …

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Interiors Imagery from Leslie Williamson

I was browsing across the portfolio of photographer Leslie Williamson earlier and was pretty much in awe of the collection she was showcasing. We’ve featured her work in past so I thought it would be worth checking back on this rainy day, I’m rather glad I did with such a inspiring set hiding away on her personal page. Having had previous works commissioned for the delightful Handcrafted Modern book it was clear to us that …

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Photography Series From Viktor Gårdsäter

We are heading back to Sweden once again today, through the work of creative photographer Viktor Gårdsäter who’s appearing for the second time on our platform. This post revolves more around a series with a singular concept, giving us a bit of a contrast to his work that we’ve posted previously which was more of an overview of his portfolio. Both myself and Mark are big believers in supporting those who continually …

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Set of Imagery from Evolution Letterpress

I was watching a short film on Evolution letterpress earlier today, and although the film was quite an insightful and enjoyable watch, it was the imagery being hosted on the companies webpage that really caught by eye. Based in Seattle, Evolution immerse themselves in traditional letterpress and printing techniques through the use of some really beautiful pieces of machinery. The owner Scott Hill is …

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