Made this fun weaving pattern in photoshop yesterday! This will be 1/20 product designs you can choose from in my online store, opening March 1! I will have pillows, tote bags, and other goodies thanks to the people over at @printfulhq!
Looking back at the most challenging collaboration to date, making 100% wood belts for @lemaire_official, borrowing methods from shaker wood bending and from flamenco guitar building. This year I'm hoping to find more challenges. Projects to push the limits of my skills, and push the expectations of woodworking. Thanks for joining me on this adventure. Photos from @vogueparis #vogue#voguemagazine
Meet ‘Shuttle’, the new and improved sink strainer. A while back I decided to revamp an old project from uni, this is the result. This concept is used to transfer waste food from the sink to the bin, safe and effortlessly.
Copper mirror series by Amy Hunting and Oscar Narud. I admire of them❤️ Copper Mirror Series 'The Copper Mirror Series' is a collection of freestanding forms made of copper, mild steel and stone. Norwegian-born Hunting & Narud were keen to ensure their designs paid homage to Norway’s rich mineral and industrial heritage. Consequently the materials became the protagonists of the series and were left in their natural state, with relatively few interventions applied to draw out the inherent beauty of the raw materials. Both refined and noble, the pivoting circular forms of each mirror were, according to Hunting & Narud, "inspired by the visual language and movement of the different elements of the solar system" #architecture#interiordesign#productdesign#industrialdesign#design#mirror#copper#london
Today's selection from @handground ☕ Check out their IG for more of their work!
We're loving this shot by @thehandsomewade and his new article on blade vs burr grinders! Head over to his profile to check it out 👉🏼 @thehandsomewade
Getting back into painting after not doing it for a while is an exercise in patience. I don’t like feeling like a stranger to my paints and my brushes, and it’s easy to want to pack it in for another day. Thankfully I’ve learned that fun mark making exercises with a bigggg brush like this help me get back over the hump. 🖌 Baby steps!