South Korean ceramic artist Inwha Lee creates these mesmerising porcelain vessels, which have unique abstract sections. The walls are so fine that light can completely pass through them.
We had some beautiful sunshine this week, so it seemed about time I updated some of the photographs of the objects made by husband and wife team Fujii Works in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan.
Vitreluxe Glass Works was founded in 1999, his early pursuit in watercolour painting led him to take an interest in glass thanks to the transparency and optical qualities of the material.
I was particularly taken aback by these beautiful vessels by Chung Hae-Cho, a Korean artist who applies lacquer and cloth in a number of different layers on top of a foam form.
South Korean Artist Kiho Kang creates these fantastic looking vessels by coiling and pinching clay, working on them in stages to create striking geometric forms that have an architectural quality.
New tableware at OEN shop made by husband and wife duo Katsuhisa and Mizuho Hira of Studio Prepa. Their work really sums up the Japanese philosophy of simplicity and understated beauty.
A fantastic series of monochrome photographs by Seoul based photographer Bohnchang Koo, who has photographed rare white porcelain ceramics from the Joseon Dynasty.
Inspired by the 'old pottery' of Japan and Korea, Hiroto Nakanishi makes vessels that are often deconstructed, vases with lots of facets and holes.
Silvia Song creates wooden vessels with the goal to uncover the beauty hidden in the timber, as well as to create an objects that's timeless.
Danish glass artist Tobias Møhl uses subtle shifts in pattern to create a fossil like appearance, which makes his abstract vessels both captivating and refreshing on the eye.
Friedemann crafts these simple wooden forms that are inspired by contemporary ceramics, making the walls thin and using a subtle colours and unusual surface texture.