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      ALESSANDRO ZAMBELLI Marque’  The use of inlaid metal is a homage to Paris of the 20s and to Art Deco designs of Emile Ruhlmann and Jean Dunand, who were main advocated of this style. Essential forms –minimal and yet so refined, a timeless elegance – a clear reference to the elitarian craftsmanship which gave form to such excellence.  In Marque’, material and forms become essence of memories, referring […]

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  • MOS Designer Residency

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    The 6 winners of Matter of Stuff Designer Residency Competition have arrived at OCRA, in the beautiful medieval city of Montalcino in Tuscany the 18th of April. Alessandro Zambelli , Studio UUfie and Tim Vanlier have visited the metalwork facilities and they will work with Toscari to bring their ideas to life. Meanwhile Nina Cho, Olga […]

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  • We are pleased to announce the winners of MOS Designer Residencies Competition in Montalcino, Tuscany

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    For more information, please visit our residency page. Related posts: REFIK ANADOL – FREQUENCY LI HONGBO – THE MAKING OF PAPER SCULPTURES PRESSED – STUDIO FLORIS WUBBEN ALBERTO FABBIAN AND PAOLA AMABILE

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  • Open Call for Entries: MOS Designer Residencies Competition in Montalcino, Tuscany

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    For more information, or to download our full brief, please visit our residency page. Related posts: SHIRA KERET – THE MONOLITH MIRACLE CHIPS – MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES AND HENRAUX FOR WALLPAPER PATRICIA URQUIOLA – EARTHQUAKE IN EMILIA MAY 2012 Matter of Stuff and The Hospital Club during LDF 2015!

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  • Matter of Stuff and The Hospital Club during LDF 2015!

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    We are excited to present Matter of Stuff  new exhibition at The Hospital Club in occasion of LDF 2015! Matter Of Stuff, the architecture studio and online design gallery-shop, will present an exhibition celebrating works by its roster of European designers during The London Design Festival 2015. The exhibition at London’s renowned The Hospital Club […]

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  • ELSA RANDE’ – By Elea Nouraud

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    Elsa Randé started her own production in 2012 after a few years of studying and working for other people. She makes wooden furniture embellished with Scoubidou threads, a plastic wire that was used in our childhood by tying knots to make keychain. Her furniture has a playful and retro look. The plastic wire is used […]

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  • Best of Maison Objet 2015 (Part I) – CERAMICS

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    Here is our top 5 list of ceramics artists from Maison Object 2015! Cartocci Paper Clay – By Paola Perronetto http://www.paolaparonetto.com/ The Cartocci in paper clay are sculptures which are always different from one another,unique pieces with a strong personality.they are completely handmade with a long complex procedure and they can vary in size and shape during the making process or the […]

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  • JEREMY MAXWELL WINTREBERT by Elea Nouraud

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            The first time Wintrebert saw hot glass moving at the end of a blow pipe, it was glowing, dancing, dangerous, delicate, mysterious, fast, hypnotizing and very sensual. It grabbed him deep inside and has not let him go since. To learn the skills and mastery of free hand glass blowing, Wintrebert […]

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  • FACETURE MACHINE BY PHIL CUTTANCE

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    We spent a lovely afternoon with Philip Cuttance and he explained to us the whole  story behind the making of Faceture. The FACETURE series consists of handmade faceted vessels, light-shades and table. Each object is produced individually by casting a water-based resin into a simple handmade mould. The mould is then manually manipulated to create […]

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  • WATER CUPS FOUNTAIN – ARIANE PRIN

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      The project was created during Ariane’s residency at DCK (Design Centrum Kielce, Poland). A machine was built to produce dripped porcelain cups. Four large porcelain vessels slowly shed a recipe based of clay over 16 plaster molds rotating underneath, creating unique random patterns on the cups. The inspiration for this work came from the spontaneous […]

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  • STEPHEN BURKS – MAN MADE

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    Stephen Burks is both a traveler and a designer. Since 2005 he has worked in over ten countries as a hands-on design collaborator mixing artisanal techniques with industrial production, and he believes in a pluralistic vision of design that is inclusive of all cultural perspectives. His man made project bridges the gap between authentic developing-world […]

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  • “IL CAPO”- A portrait of marble by Yuri Ancarani

    We saw Il Capo on show at the Whitechapel Gallery. It is a totally stunning movie showing the extraction process of marble. Yuri Ancarani, the filmmaker behind Il Capo, Ancarani spent nearly a year filming on Monte Bettolgi in the Carrara region of the Apuan Alps and  he describes marble quarries as ” places so […]

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  • WELL PROVEN CHAIR BY JAMES SHAW AND MARJAN VAN AUBEL

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     The Well Proven Chair began with the discovery that within industry between 50-80% waste is created in processing raw timber into usable products. James Shaw and Marjan van Aubel decided to try and make a new material from this waste that usually comes in the form of sawdust, shavings or chippings. The discovery was a bizarre reaction […]

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  • FIDU, VOLUMETRIC EXPANSION – OSKAR ZIETA

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    Zieta has investigated and reinvented the traditional and familiar by utilizing  ‘FIDU’ , inner-pressure expanding metal forming process. The method consist in using two shapes cut and welded from steel sheets and then inflated into a three-dimensional object. The metal sheets get deformed  because of the pressure,creating highly complex and intricate forms, products can be created […]

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  • KATHARINA GROSSE

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    Katharina Grosse is one of the most significant painters on the contemporary art scene. She is known for her incredible use of color and the innovative fusion of painting together with architecture  and sculpture. Grosse lives and works in Berlin. Colours, monumental installations, giants canvases that take over public spaces Building facades and nature are the […]

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  • MELTDOWN CHAIR – TOM PRICE

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    Meltdown Chair: PP Rope Blue is created by heating and pressing a seat-shaped former into a ball of polypropylene rope. The rope begins to liquefy as it comes into contact with the heated former and, as it cools, it sets in the shape of a seat creating a contrast in form and texture to the remaining rope. No […]

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  • FROM INSECTS – MARLENE HUISSOUD

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    We met with Marlene Huissoud last week and we were stunned by her work with insects. Her father being a beeskeeper, Marlene developed a way of blowing propolis using the same basic technique with glass to produce wonderful black vessels. The process is long because a kiln has to be specifically adapted for the propolis, since […]

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  • NEWTON’S BUCKET – SILO STUDIO

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    Silo is the design studio formed by Attua Aparicio and Oscar Wanless, currently based within a plastics factory on the southern bank of the Thames.Focused in the study through experimentation with industrial materials and processes aiming to adapt them to a more craft approach. Silo look at how industry makes things, trying to find a simpler and more […]

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  • A STRANGE SYMPHONY – PHILIPP WEBER

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      In the video by Philipp Weber, the artist provides a stage for the drama and the music hidden 
inside the craft of glassblowing. During the making, Philip developed an unusual instrument to change the approach towards the craft, provoking a performative act with glass. Related posts: GT2P – CATENARY POTTERY PRINTER PATRICIA URQUIOLA – […]

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  • CHRISTIAN BURCHARD

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    Christian Burchard is a sculptor who utilises the process of woodturning. The work he creates with this technique embrace tension, connection and balance in both process and content, reflecting the vicissitudes of his life. Burchard’s material of choice is Pacific madrone burl. Because the wood changes as it dries, it forces him to step back from the […]

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  • THE ONYX SOFA – PIERRE GIMBERGUES & PEUGEOT DESIGN LAB

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    The Onyx Sofa is a project of Pierre Gimbergues. It consist of a 3-meter long seat made of carbon fibre and Volvic volcanic lava stone.  Volvic stone it’s known because of its characteristic of filtering the water for its aquifer for thousands of years. This product represent the marriage between an hand carved stone to an hi-tech carbon […]

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  • MAKE LAMP – HANIEH HEIDARABADI

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    Hanieh Heidarabadi is a Stockholm based architect and designer. Hanieh presented her latest design at the Clerckenwell Design week in London, “Make Lamp”, which is a brass pendant lamp that allows people to 3D print their own shades. The Make Lamp visually recalls the 1950s hanging microphones and each one is constructed by a brass […]

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  • CARPET OF LIFE

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    The Carpet of Life concept is based on traditional Moroccancarpets called Boucherouite or Boucherwi, made by most families from nomadic background. This craft is relying on instinct and experience rather than set design rules. Details are derived from nature, perfumes, sounds and tastes. Boucherouite carpets can be made from almost anything… second-hand clothing, tea towels, bed linen, even plastic! Current materials […]

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  • THE MAKING OF STACKING VESSELS – PIA WÜSTENBERG

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      The Stacking vessels represent a haptic hybrid of two traditional crafts and materials, as the vessels are created using glass-blowing and woodworking processes. ‘I like to work with traditional making processes and challenge them to do things they don’t want to do,’ said designer Wüstenberg . The pieces are made from rich gem-toned, hand-blown […]

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  • RUGS – PEARSON LLOYD & NANIMARQUINA & BENE

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  • OSCILLATION PLATES – DAVID DERKSEN DESIGN

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        With gravity as the acting force, these plates are decorated by a pendulum. The patterns are a graphic representation of the oscillation of a pendulum, revealing a hidden pattern that exist in nature. The result is a play between the mathematical rules of the natural oscillation and the randomness of the human that […]

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  • RIPPLE LAMP – POETIC LAB & LOBMEYR

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      Ripple Lamp took our breath away when we saw it presented in the Rossana Orlandi space. Poetic Lab showed the original concept in Milan Fuorisalone 2013, and it has been developed into a proper product by Austrian crystal brand J&L Lobmeyr. Leonid Rath, Lobmeyr’s co- owner said “When I first saw Ripple I was […]

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  • MIKA 350 – A\STUDIO

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  • ALBERTO FABBIAN AND PAOLA AMABILE

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    Workbench is the result of a collaboration between two traditional artisan realities as wicker and clay. Through an experimental research approach, the project reinterprets feelings and technical possibilities of both materials combining them together, in order to identify new languages and processes. Workbench takes shape by processing wicker and clay. Woven wicker usually needs a […]

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  • HENRIQUE OLIVEIRA – BAITOGOGO

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    View of the exposition at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris Photo by André Morin   Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira’s installation invaded the architecture at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. A complex network of organic material formed a sculptural vegetation plunging from existing pillars and beams. Oliveira is well known for his architectural integrations and manipulates […]

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  • JULE WAIBEL – ORIGAMI DRESSES

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    Related posts: REFIK ANADOL – FREQUENCY MAX LAMB – THE MAKING OF CROCKERY MIRACLE CHIPS – MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES AND HENRAUX FOR WALLPAPER PRESSED – STUDIO FLORIS WUBBEN

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  • ROBERT HOWSARE – DRAWING APPARATUS

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      Robert Howsare created the Drawing Apparatus by connecting a  pen to two turntables. The record players different speeds create unique compositions and drawings.  Drawing Apparatus explore a new way of drawing, printmaking, and performance.  The drawings become witness of the performance, showing  the audience a strange mechanisms that connects sounds, movement and geometry. “The […]

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  • TANNIC ACID – STEVEN BANKEN

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    “An old fact from the craft of woodworking forms the basis for this project. Oak contains a highly concentration of Tannic Acid which reacts with the iron oxide and results in a dark blue till black color. This critical reaction transforms in this project to an added value. Tannic Acid or Iron oxide in liquid […]

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  • PRESSED – STUDIO FLORIS WUBBEN

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    “In order to manufacture final products, machines are becoming less and less dependent on humans. As a result, the typical human touch is disappearing from almost all products we use and see in our day-to-day life. The items created with the “pressing-machine” emphasize the meaning of human actions in creating objects. The choice to extrude profiles and the way one moves the presser […]

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  • THE IDEA OF THE TREE – MISCHER TRAXLER

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    ‘The idea of a tree’ is an autonomous solar energy driven machine, which combines the natural light input with a mechanical process. The machine is able to translate the intensity of the sun into an object that reflects different meteorological conditions occurring during the day. Like a tree store all environmental information the final product is recording […]

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  • REVIVE – RENS and DESSO

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    Renee Mennen and Stefanie van Keijsteren of rENs have developed a creative concept around using red dye to interact with materials and objects to create something unique. In their latest collaboration with Desso they are applying the red dye to out-of-date carpets, transforming them through their hand crafted red dyeing process into new and vibrant […]

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  • PET LAMP – ALVARO CATALAN DE OCON

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    We’re back from the hype of the Salone del Mobile in Milan, which was pretty stunning. Spazio Rossana Orlandi was the best of the best, and PET LAMP by Alvaro Catalan De Ocon was the main piece upon arrival.       2011 was the year the PET LAMP project was conceived in Spain, 2012 […]

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  • HAPPY MONDAY – ANTONY GORMLEY

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    We went to the Architectural Association to hear Antony Gormley’s lecture. Most of his art research is about ourselves inhabiting our bodies and our bodies inhabiting our spaces. Therefore the body is represented at many different scales and sometimes we find ourselves wondering inside some steel made bodies, inside a physical installation. As architects, we […]

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  • XAVIER MAÑOSA & MASHALLAH – PLEAT BOX

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    The Pleat Box is a sophisticated combination between a digitally-designed and traditional ceramic techniques. This lamps are the final product of shapes created first on a piece of cloth, and then applied to the ceramic. ‘The outer part of the lamp is offered in white ceramic, underglazed red clay and grey –the result of recycling […]

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  • HAPPY MONDAY – PLANT FM MOSS

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    This revolutionary radio was conceived by the collaboration between Fabienne Felder, a Swiss  designer, the biochemist Dr. Paolo Bombelli and plant scientist Ross Dennis and it is the  first radio powered by plants. This is possible thanks to the Photo-MFCs, a sysetm that convert electrons produced by plants during photosynthesis in energy to make the […]

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  • MISCHER TRAXLER – REVERSED VOLUMES

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    Reversed Volumes is designed by Katharina Mischer and Thomas Traxler. The series take inspatio from the relationship between food and  kitchen accessories. Vegetables and fruits are literally cast in resin and cut in half to reveal their textures and grain. The fuits skin gets ingrave onto the material leaving traces of “the intricate lace-like pattern […]

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  • MIRACLE CHIPS – MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES AND HENRAUX FOR WALLPAPER

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      Michael Anastassiades teamed up with Henraux, marble manufacturer from Lucca, Italy to make these stunning pieces in marble to showcase at Wallpaper Handmade 2013. The material is pushed to the limits- each piece required different studies and cutting methods, from handsaw to high – precision robotic tools. The artist’s inspiration for the marble pieces was the […]

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  • PATRICIA URQUIOLA – EARTHQUAKE IN EMILIA MAY 2012

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    The Earthquake is a collection that tries to keep track and memory of  the Emilia earthquake of May 2012 that affected many local businesses, including the one owned by Budri, the manufacturer producing this beautiful objects. The collection is created using  hundreds of fragments of marble and onyx and other precious stones, that got broken […]

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  • HAPPY MONDAY – ON LOST WAX CASTING

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    Happy Monday! We decided to start a weekly appointment where we can share a bit of knowledge on certain making processes. http://www.matterofstuff.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Bonobo-Cirrus-Official-Video.mp3 Our post for today is about lost wax casting, the process used to make metal artworks, from small jewels to large sculptures. Although the process is originally quite ancient, used by nearly all […]

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  • GLITHERO – THE MAKING OF PAPER PLANES

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          From Glithero’s website: “As part of the Wallpaper* Handmade exhibition in Milan 2011, Glithero present the fruits of an original collaboration with Baddeley Brothers; five expertly crafted paper airplanes. Using traditional print press techniques and an unorthodox appropriation of an envelope-folding machine, the project is presented alongside a making-of film that pays homage […]

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  • LI HONGBO – THE MAKING OF PAPER SCULPTURES

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        Beijing artist Li Hongbo layers thousands of soft white paper into delicate work that resemble carved porcelain. The result of the accurate and labour intensive process is simply stunning. The artist was fascinated by traditional Chinese toys and festive decorations known as paper gourds, which are traditionally made from glued layers of thin paper […]

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  • MAX LAMB – CONCRETE STOOLS

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              Solids of Revolution From Max Lamb’ s description: “Autoclaved Cellular Concrete is a foamed concrete containing a high volume of air in a cell-like structure. The material is five times lighter than concrete, highly insulating and easily machined making it perfect for turning on a lathe. Concrete Stools are turned […]

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  • COLLODION PHOTOGRAPHY – WET PLATE PROCESS

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    Collodion process, or also called  “collodion wet plate process”, is a very old form of processing pictures. Wet-plate collodion photography, used since the 1850s, is one of the earliest photographic processes. It produces a photographic image on glass or metal plate. It’s required the photographic material to be coated, sensitized, exposed and developed within fifteen […]

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  • NICHOLAS HUGHES – DOODLETRON

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      Doodletron is a fine bone china vase with embossement depicting the whimsical pictorial histories of a set of imagined characters transcribed from quill and ink drawings. Doodletron was produced by 1882 Ltd in Stoke- on- Trent, notorious ceramic town in UK. Nicholas Hughes’ drawing practice and project Doodletron was conceived in 2004 as a […]

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  • STUDIO LIBERTINY – THE MAKING OF PAPER VASE

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      Studio Libertiny designed the paper vases from 700 prints glued together on top of each other and carved out. The prints comes out as a shadow images on the outer surface of vases. Master Wood turner is  Joost Kramer. Design and photos by Studio Libertiny. Related posts: STUDIO LIBERTINY – MAKING THE HONEYCOMB VASE NICHOLAS […]

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  • EMMA HOWELL – WET PLATE COLLODION PHOTOGRAPHY

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    Artist Emma Howell has explored a new technique based on the idea of exposing her photographs on hand-blown glass vessels. She says: “Most people are not able to experience a place that is unaffected by the human presence, So I’m creating a way for others to experience this in a way that’s more than looking […]

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  • STUDIO LIBERTINY – MAKING THE HONEYCOMB VASE

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      From Studio’s Libertiny’s website: “The project was conceived in 2005 as part of Tomáš Libertíny’s graduation project. The series of vases were completely “made by bees”. After 4 months of learning from beekeepers the inner workings of nature, Libertíny invited new colonies of bees to participate on his designs. The result was now iconic […]

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  • MAX LAMB – THE MAKING OF CROCKERY

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      Crockery is a collection of fine bone china tableware slip-cast from plaster models carved by hand, with glazed interior for functionality and raw exterior reflecting the modest surface texture of the plaster original. Max Lamb produced Crockery with 1882ltd. He  describes the process of making: ” The process of slip-casting begins with the creation of […]

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  • NENDO AND LASVIT – THE MAKING OF INHALE LAMP

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      The wonderful process of glass blowing for the Inhale Lamp by Nendo is described in the video inside Lasvit’s glass workshop in Novy Bor, Czech Republic. Traditionally, the process of glassblowing involves blowing a bubble of air inside a mass of molten glass. The glass is then blown and shaped in a mold. The inhale […]

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  • GT2P – CATENARY POTTERY PRINTER

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    Catenary Pottery Printer is part of an exploration on how with an hand build and customize machine it’s possible to generate an incredible result.  The innovative idea is  to generate pottery  using an analogue  machine controlled by parametric design. GT2P mix software and parametric design with traditional materials and techniques. Related posts: XAVIER MAÑOSA & […]

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  • JOHN FRANZEN – EACH LINE ONE BREATH

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        “The line is the initiation of any drawing and its indispensable prerequisite. The creation of a line demands the most fundamental and transcendent state of life: breathing. Inspiration comes from the Late Latin inspirationem and its verb inspirare: in- from „in“ + spirare „to breathe“. Inspiration is the act of inhaling.” Images and […]

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  • REFIK ANADOL – FREQUENCY

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    Augmented Structures is a project by media artist Refik Anadol and architect Alper Derinbogaz. Augmented Structures / Frequency / 11 Years and 1 second of a Reverberation was exhibited at Incidence, UCLA Design Media Arts. Design Matters Gallery. Images by Refik Anadol Related posts: MAX LAMB – THE MAKING OF CROCKERY NENDO – RASSEN CHOPSTICKS […]

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  • GLITHERO – THE MAKING OF A BLUEWARE VASE

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      From the artists website: “Blueware is a collection of ceramics with cyanotypes, a process of capturing direct impressions of botanical specimens on earthenware, using photosensitive chemicals. From one of the earliest principles of photography, to the historic affinity between ceramics and the colour blue, it is a project built upon the inventions of their […]

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  • NENDO – RASSEN CHOPSTICKS

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          For four centuries, the town of Obama in Fukui Prefecture in Japan has manufactured lacquered chopsticks, which have been recognised as the hardest and most beautiful of Japanese chopsticks since the seventeenth century, when they became known as ‘Wakasa-nuri’. Nendo designed new chopsticks in collaboration with Hashikura Matsukan, a manufacturer who continues […]

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  • MARKUS KAYSER – SOLAR SINTER – 3D PRINTING WITH SAND

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    From Marius Kayser own website: “In a world increasingly concerned with questions of energy production and raw material shortages, this project explores the potential of desert manufacturing, where energy and material occur in abundance. In this experiment sunlight and sand are used as raw energy and material to produce glass objects using a 3D printing […]

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  • SHIRA KERET – THE MONOLITH

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        Water erosion, a natural process that can take thousands of years, is the inspiration for the Monolith work by Shira Keret. Shira Keret describes the industrial process of water jet cutting which makes the process much shorter. The stream of water will carve it’s way to the bottom, not necessarily in a straight line. […]

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  • GLITHERO – MAKING THE RUNNING MOULDS

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    We are amazed by the work of Glithero Studio today. Glithero is a London based studio and they create product, furniture, and time-based installations that give birth to unique and wonderful products. The process of making is clearly described through videos and other media as Glithero’s  interest is  to capture and present the beauty in the […]

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