I was inspired by the work of Ted Larsen, an American artist who has been supplying commentary on minimalist belief systems and the ultimate important of High Art practice.
Easy breezy on the ceramics front, I've been holding onto a stack of artists and creatives that I wanted to highlight over the next coming weeks. This specific site and work that I'm highlighting today could have given me many options but I decided that since I've got quite a variety on the go I'd s
Aha! Here we go again, more pottery and ceramics. This time in the form of New Zealand potter Len Castle who received a CBE for Services to Pottery and has also been awarded many merits over his lifetime for his work in the creative arts. Although he sadly passed away at the age of 86 in 2011 his wo
This morning I enjoyed having a browse through the Vitra website which always showcases some great furniture, I think they're one of the better websites to have a look at and they seem to take great care over their web presence. Obviously inspiration isn't always readily available on these more corp
Ceramics is a craft that seems to have gradually worked its way into our content on a regular basis over the past few months, we are big fans of subtle design and I think pottery is an obvious platform for this. Keeping things local this morning, we are visiting the work of London based creative Lau
As the nights get darker earlier and the weather takes a turn for the worse it can be a little depressing reflecting on the change of seasons. Rest assured though that nothing can keep us down for long, especially when we're hosting so many talented creatives to help you pass the time with a smile.
One lady that’s definitely inspiring me as of late is a young photographer that goes by the name of Jennilee Marigomen. She lives and works in Vancouver, Canada, her work leaves me scrolling through for hours on end. I’m never disappointed when I either head over to her main site, her jo
Some nice fresh photography by Renaldy Fernando Kusuma Jakarta from Indonesia. This young man has a really nice eye, carefully selecting light and subtle tones to use throughout his portfolio. A lot of his work is personal, taking pictures of his friends in different locations. But I decided to pick
It was nice to stumble across a different mix of work, we’ve been showcasing rather a lot of menswear and photography over the past few weeks. Mary Iverson is a professor and painter from Washington who has had numerous shows exhibiting her work. She really does create an interesting outcome,
Vincent Pacheco, AKA Mudchicken, is a Seattle based Artist who mainly works with paper. Sometime he takes vintage and other times new material, and merges them together to make a collage. But it’s really smart how he does it, a lot of his work is a combination of two separate stories, sometime
Some amazing sculpture work by Kevin Francis Gray, who lives and works in London. This really did blow we away when i saw it, i was amazed by the intricacy and detailing on each object. For example, the piece where two cloaked sculptures are facing each other is titled ‘Face Off’. This p