News: craft names to watch 2015

June 16, 2015 / SHOPPING, Shopping News
Glass bowls by Silo Studio, shown at Jerwood open Makers 2015

Craft: the future of design

 

London embraces its love of handcrafted designs in 2015 with the annual design and craft fair, ‘Made London’, and the ‘Jerwood Makers Open 2015’ exhibition, organised by Jerwood Visual Arts, which regularly showcases up-and-coming stars of the craft world. Here are our top picks from these two great shows…

 

1 Hope In The Woods A studio creating charming wooden spoons.

Hope in the Woods wooden spoons. Made London 2015

 

Owen Wall Ceramics Studio Makers of unique ceramics that grace the dining tables of some of the best restaurants in town.

Owen Wall Ceramics Studio, Made London 2015

 

Silo Studio formed by Royal College of Art graduates Attua Aparicio and Oscar Wanless – whose glass bowls are painterly perfection.

Glass bowls by Silo Studio – formed by Royal College of Art graduates Attua Aparicio and Oscar Wanless. Shown at Jerwood Makers Open 2015

Glass bowls by Silo Studio – formed by Royal College of Art graduates Attua Aparicio and Oscar Wanless. Shown at Jerwood Makers Open 2015

 

Ian McIntyre, who is inspired by 20th-century potter Isaac Button.

The work of British potter Ian McIntyre. Shown at Jerwood Open Makers 2015

The work of British potter Ian McIntyre. Shown at Jerwood Open Makers 2015

 

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