EL TRIO by Sebastián Lara + Roberto Sedano

Esta serie de floreros fabricados en cerámica esmaltada, están inspirados en los tradicionales tríos de música mexicana. Su estética refleja la esencia, aspecto y personalidad de cada uno de los integrantes de alguna de esta agrupaciones. Donde encontramos al simpático gordito, seguido del vocalista fortachón líder de la banda y en la retaguardia al tímido y delgado guitarrista. Como una abstracción de la vestimenta de estas agrupaciones que se conforma de saco y corbatín. Las piezas cerámicas presentan un corte distintivo en la parte frontal.


Mirja Pitkäärt is an Estonian designer based in Paris. Mirja is interested in accessories that sit between product and fashion design, using traditional as well as modern methods of manufacturing.


Cardboard sculpture by Nina Lindgren.


Decanting the essence of a spiritual place by Andreu Carulla.


Uno de esos vídeos preciosos y cuidado hasta el más mínimo detalle, donde podemos disfrutar viendo en acción al sombrerero más famoso del mundo, Nick Fouquet.


A simple system helping people to make a sofa or a dormette frome their own latex mattress by Biwei Pan.


Rebecca Gladstone is a range of hand-crafted jewellery with a strong emphasis on geometric forms.


Diablo is a hard-case étui/minaudière with a distinctive geometric character and luxurious two-tone leather appearance, made by Ensomono in close collaboration with renowned leather craftsman Ralph Baggaley.


Hair Highway

What if you could use human hair as an alternative to diminishing natural materials? Studio Swine travel along the Hair Highway to explore the hair trade and its potential as a future resource.

Outrospection . The Body and Mind

by Daniel Ramos Obregón


Homelessfonts is an Arrels Foundation initiative which consists of creating a collection of typefaces based on the handwriting of homeless. The idea behind these typefaces is for big brands to use them in their advertising and corporate announcements. All the proceeds go to the Arrels Foundation.

Folded Light, Folded Shadow

Using her skilled fingers as her tools, Japanese artist Yuko Nishimura transforms large, crisp, single white sheets of a special handmade paper known as kyokushi into complex geometric two and three dimensional conceptual wall reliefs.


The Making of STAN & HARVEY

In this beautifuly made video we show you how the the Stan & Harvey vases are made by Matteo Gonet. They are hand-blown using a pear wood mold. The liveliness of the manufacturing process is reflected in these concepts by Nikolas Kerl. The siblings Stan & Harvey react to touch with a slight swaying motion and thus convey the playful nature of their design. The exceptional ability of the glass blower makes both of these objects one of a kind.


La preciosísima marca About Arianne estrena colaboración con American Apparel.


Built to last, old school craftsmanship by Will Lisak of Etwas.

Jose A Roda

Amor absoluto a todos los diseños que crea Jose A Roda.

Body Lettering

Body lettering by Mikitype.

Kintsugi . The Art of Broken Pieces

Kintsugi is the craft in which chipped, cracked or broken ceramic pieces are repaired using a combination of urushi (lacquer) and rice glue. This process inadvertently results in a decoration, the form of which is dictated by the breakage the piece has suffered. Powdered gold is usually applied to the repaired patch or seam before the urushi has set, although less embellished repairs can be made by using urushi alone, materials used do vary. Kintsugi can also be applied to glass. Larger repairs are sometimes enhanced by the later application of decorative patterns or illustrations painted with urushi or a fine grade of powdered metal, in a technique known as maki-e.


RUDO Y NOBLE is a trip along Spain in search of knowledgeable artisans of their trade and capable of enriching the product at every stage. Also it is TRASMONTE’s trip that starts with the creation of its first Good for Work and Enjoyment, The Axe.



Typography accessories by Soraia Balelo.

Grovemade Wood Sleeve for iPad & Macbook

This handcrafted wood veneer sleeve has geometric contouring, premium German wool lining, and a leather and brass pull strap to remove your device without grabbing or tugging. Organic textures protect your hardware from bumps and scratches on the go.


La bonita cerámica de Lydia de la Piñera.

Pia Wüstenberg . Tale of Two Halves

Los jarrones que mezclan cristal, cerámica y madera de Pia Wüstenberg son espectaculares, pero lo es mucho más poder ver cómo los hace. Sin duda de los mejores vídeos de making of que he puesto nunca.

Score + Solder

Hoy por hoy no hay nada más bonito que los brutales terrarios hechos por Matthew Cleland.


A\STUDIO choose granite and wood as main materials for this project, as representative in the Galician architectural tradition. MIKA 350 is a pendant lamp inspired by the “Pallozas” the houses of the ancient Celtic forts that were built in Galicia from 6th century BC.


Helsinki based illustrator Janine Rewell and shoe designer Minna Parikka teamed up for an exciting spectacle combining the world of body painting with MINNA PARIKKA SS14.

The Alchemist’s Dressing Table

A collection of analog tools for the production of natural cosmetics at home, inspired by beautiful ancient rituals and the transformative powers of alchemy.

Cava typography

Sparkling wine iron string typography by Lo Siento.

P-11 Chair

P-11 Chair designed by Maxim Scherbakov.

Helen Levi

As a deeper appreciation and understanding of craftsmanship continues to permeate our culture, it becomes more and more challenging as a consumer to identify value—something that is now more often about personal appeal, rather than price. When holding a handmade item, we relate to the energy, creativity and effort that went into making it, all three of which are evident in the work of ceramicist Helen Levi.