Shinri Tezuka esculpe espectaculares caramelos en forma de animales.
Human Technology is an artistic short movie celebrating the uniqueness and the distinction of every Beretta premium gun. This movie by Ancarani Studio, under the creative direction of Paola Manfrin, reveals through the minutia of the manufacturing process, the genesis of a luxury Beretta shotgun. A poetic journey through sterile robotic rooms is blended with five centuries of Beretta’s history, culminating in the final assembly by the gunsmith, ever the wise guardian of the art of manufacturing.
With a strong passion for traditional craftsmanship and refined details, Overgaard & Dyrman is a contemporary design brand located in Copenhagen, Denmark.
A film about pipemaker Børge Blume from Denmark. The wood, the details, the passion and the good old craftsmanship is what drives Børge when he is working in his workshop creating his fine pipes.
Experimental typographic project that combines the reflection on a mirror with paper letters cut by one of its axes. It results in modular compositions that once photographed suggest 3D images.
Los chicos de Quayola versionan y modernizan con la ayuda de un robot las esculturas inacabadas (non finito) de Miguel Ángel.
Algunos leen, otros corren y Jonathan VanBallenberghe para relajarse y desconectar se dedica a hacer cuchillos.
Starting with a single straight line, each subsequent line seeks to imitate its predecessor. The pattern that evolves is unique to each piece just as each breath, and therefore each line, will vary slightly. Depending on the artist’s constitution, each work obtains an individual motion, which distinguishes it from the others. Concentration and the repetitive act of inhaling and exhal- ing between each line allows the whole to evolve naturally into logarithmic- like patterns and layers.
Structural Skin is a new material made out of leftovers from leather factories by Jorge Penadés.
In the world of high complications, the grande and petite sonnerie holds a very special place, well above even split-seconds chronographs, perpetual calendars, and certainly above the once-holy tourbillon. There are but a small handful of watchmakers, as individuals, or as brands, capable of producing such a watch. It is that special, and François-Paul Journe launched his Sonnerie Souveraine back in 2006, by himself.
Chinatown is a Chinese translation of the trademarks in a graphical way. It’s a carefully arranged series of artworks by Mehmet Gözetlik showcasing 20 well-known western brand logos with maintained visual and narrative continuity.
As a continuation of the experimental project “Animal Growth” and edited by Spanish brand PCM, the Tropical and Polar animal families are a series of eight toys defined by the outline of their shape by Moisés Hernández. The simplicity of their shape, their texture and the high quality of the fabric make them suitable for babies and children from all ages.
A short video demonstrating calligraphy & lettering techniques by Ged Palmer.
Pokras Lampas tiene tanto talento creando sus características caligrafías como escogiendo sus particulares lienzos.
Sandra Chevrier consigue casar arte y cómics a la perfección gracias a la mezcla de técnicas a la hora de crear sus musas enmascaradas.
For the past 14 years, Spazuk has developed and perfected a unique technique that allows him to use the flame of a candle or the flame of a torch as a pencil to create his paintings with trails of soot. Using various tools, he intuitively sculpt the plumes of soot left behind in response to the shapes that appear on the canvas.
Raphia is the perfect convergence of modernity and tradition, of technology and craftsmanship. An oxymoron that brings together two of the spirits of production in Italy: the metal industry and the small,timehonoured manufacturers of cane products.
Creative meditation for human beings. Tälja, the swedish word for woodcarving and also the name of a special little woodcarving kit.
Ben Medansky is a Los Angeles-based ceramicist originally hailing from the blue skies of Scottsdale, Arizona. His functional wares and objects d-art are inspired by architectural structures, industrial processes, and Memphis design.
Frank Tjepkema, diseñador y fundador de Tjep, vuelve a recuperar las técnicas más tradicionales al crear su línea de muebles “Bronze Age” para distanciarse todo lo posible de la tendencia actual del diseño industrial tan digitalizada.