This particular series that I picked out was captured by Italian photographer Giacomo Bruno from his travels in Japan that document a selection of Japanese craftsmen working in various fields.
Next week I think I’ll get myself down to The Midcentury Show taking place at Lords in London. It wil be my first time but I’m looking forward to seeing some nice furniture and other goods up-close, preferably the classics that have aged well and have stayed modern over the years. To me it’s a
I haven’t covered an exhibition in a while and I thought this specific project perfectly summed up the inspirations here on the site, actually it’s almost uncanny the parallels between the two. The project as a whole focuses on Japanese Master Craftsmen as an endangered species, and has been par
It's great finding new inspiration in all different fields, the blog is the perfect place for us to get our thoughts out there and put our own twist on certain subjects, ones that don't get much light on other websites. I guess in this life everything is interconnected and our daily lives, or things
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
It's fair to say we have quite a healthy obsession with Japan and their craftsmanship/design. I think it's easy to admire the fact that in many areas they've been driven by the concept of preserving their tradition and heritage of making. Unfortunately here in the West we've lost touch with many dis
Acknowledging a running theme of traditional craft with the daily line up, I thought I'd introduce a documentary I recently viewed which follows the work of English Potter Svend Bayer. Given we have shared lots of ceramics and pottery in the past I felt the need to source a project that would expand