Guest blog post. The spoon exists as a primal utensil, having been discovered in archaeological digs dating back to 1000BC. As a recognisable object, its practical uses are universal and today there are probably few households without this useful little utensil. As an aesthetically pleasing object, the spoon exists in a variety of shapes and […]View Post »
Guest blogpost by Jennifer Gilbert Interview with the President of Atelier Corners – Takako Shiraiwa Makoto Okawa, born 1976, was eccentric but also so adorable that everyone wanted to hug him. At the age of 18 he joined Corners Workshop (the predecessor of Atelier Corners) but only started being creative artistically aged 29. This was when […]View Post »
On July 19th, 2016 Jessica Edney wrote on the subject of Selvedge.
You would be forgiven for wondering how a child’s drawings had gotten mixed up with the promotional shots. But no – Luke Edward Hall’s whimsical drawings were commissioned by Burberry for a new advertising campaign, and have bought colour and fun to the iconic brand’s summer collection. This is the first collaboration of its kind […]View Post »
On July 18th, 2016 Jessica Edney wrote on the subject of Selvedge.
One of the great pleasures of taking a holiday is the opportunity to take pleasure in the little things, living moment-to-moment, savouring simple experiences like going out to buy fresh produce for lunch. During the working week, it is difficult to take a moment to enjoy something like grocery shopping when everything must be hurried. […]View Post »
Guest Blog post by Vicki Cheadle Weaving is Katherine Fraser’s passion. It all started with a woven textiles degree at Winchester School of Art and led naturally to a move into retail with Katherine opening her first shop in Shaftsbury in 2010. Three years later, Katherine moved to the creative and culturally rich city of […]View Post »