onggi by lee kang-hyo

Lee Kang-Hyo Follows a traditional style of pottery making, onggi, used in Korea. The craft dates back almost six thousand years and Lee Kang-Hyo has become a master at his art. It’s not wise of me to comment on a culture and an art I don’t know a whole lot about. However, I came across…

cinematographic inspiration by a single man

‘’Sometimes I think I’m crazy cause I see things so differently than everybody else.’’ You see, there is meaning in everything, and nothing happens for no reason. People encounter other hundreds of people on the streets, let’s say, daily, without knowing what they are actually doing:passing by other hundreds of stories, each and every one of them…

coffee by vienna

What do you think first when you hear of Vienna? Right! Coffee and museums. This post focuses on my love of Vienna’s cafe culture. When I first came to Vienna I thought I knew what a good coffee tastes like, I quickly learned that I didn’t have a clue. The high number of cafes allows you…

everyday by kiehl’s

When it comes to grooming products/regimes, mine’s quite basic. Firstly, I only use a few products on my face and the reason for this is because I have a mother who is a beautician. I usually have quite a few treatments done like microdermabrasion, microcurrent facials, steam facials, UV mask and I’ll most likely do…

waka waka by shin okuda

Shin Okuda is a L.A based furniture designer. Okuda sites L.A as his main source of inspiration for his work, I see an obvious influence from modern Japan(Okuda’s home country). For me it’s not two places I would even compare however, the work of a Japanese man Inspired by his new surroundings in L.A has fast…

grade ii by brutalist

As a creative I’m rarely inspired by fashion and often look to history, powerful personalities, raw materials  and most importantly architecture to inspire me. I’m very lucky to have inspiring architecture on my door step, Park Hill Flats. Park Hill is council estate in Sheffield(my home town). Designed by architects Jack Lynn and Ivor Smith, Park…

finn by oliver hrubiak

I often think about how important it is to have classic and timeless pieces in the wardrobe and more recently I’ve been think about how important it is to have classic pieces and designs in the home. I have a few pieces already such as a mid-century marble coat stand and a Charles Eames style chair….

the essentials by the line

The Line has an aesthetic that i aspire to and an ethos i want to live by  “Our vision stems from a desire to pare back, strip down, and pull together—the search for refined, versatile, and honest goods that come together in our New York City home, The Apartment. Built to last but never boring,…