Short Film on Wood Turner Liam Flynn

It never ceases to amaze me online how one thing can lead to another, like a subconscious thread connecting everything together. Recently we’ve enjoyed learning more about Japanese craft and wooden objects in particular, the way in which many of these independents emphasise the qualities of the materials they are working with is absolutely incredible. Through discovering the “Place to Gather” project which investigates the …

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The Moulthrop Family of Woodturners

I thought we’d look into the life of the Moulthrop family today as I watched this wonderful documentary last night run by PBS titled Craft in America which was deeply inspiring. The Craft in America series has been running for quite a while, but as a European citizen we don’t really hear too much about these sorts of shows, but luckily for us we’re able to watch them all on the PBS website. To pinpoint the exact segment that I’m on about …

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Furniture and Objects at Frank Landau

Today I thought I’d wake up early to find some inspiration for a recent project that I’ve decided to take on, this involves both pottery and wood, it should interesting to see what comes out of it. Through general browsing I somehow stumbled across the Frank Landau website which is full of fantastic design objects, so I thought I’d collect up a mixture of work that instantly struck a chord with me and made me want to investigate the origin …

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Selection of goods from Analog Life Store

After enjoying the talents of origami artist Robert J Lang yesterday I thought I’d head towards Japan where the craft originates from in search of further inspiration today. I didn’t come across anymore origami but I did stop by at the Analog life online shop where they had lots of wooden vessels up for offer, so I’ve compiled a selection that I’m sure many of you are really going to enjoy. One of the big positives about the Analog store is that they …

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