Hole & Corner #10
Hole & Corner #10 Hole & Corner #10 Hole & Corner #10 Hole & Corner #10 Hole & Corner #10

Hole & Corner #10

 Hole and Corner celebrates craft, beauty, passion and skill. It’s about people who spend more time ‘doing’ than ‘talking’, who put content above style, whose work is their life. Through a bi-annual print magazine and a daily updated digital alternative, we aim to promote local trade and talented individuals, whether professional or amateur, exploring and celebrating the landscape that inspires them. Combining these subjects with some of the world’s finest still life, style and fashion photographers, our goal is to present a lifestyle and culture in a way previously unseen. Hole and Corner celebrates craft, beauty, passion and skill. It’s about people who spend more time ‘doing’ than ‘talking’, who put content above style, whose work is their life. Through a bi-annual print magazine and a daily updated digital alternative, we aim to promote local trade and talented individuals, whether professional or amateur, exploring and celebrating the landscape that inspires them. Combining these subjects with some of the world’s finest still life, style and fashion photographers, our goal is to present a lifestyle and culture in a way previously unseen.

It is also our ambition to assist these craftsmen and women by providing a retail platform to help them share their products with a wider audience. Hole and Corner  believe in the finer details of life !

 

Issue 10. Form:

Reflections Sir Peter Blake reflects on a life spent shaping modern British art

Goods Material, process, function and potential combine in the season’s best new design

Notes Form filling - A Better World – Utopia explained; David Horvitz explores new forms in art - Carli Humphries meets the maker who tattooed his favourite chair on his arm - Jude Rogers on Darren Hayman’s musical project to remember 54 Thankful Villages - Richard Benson on the importance of stacking your hay right - Johnny Messum on Britain’s earliest known artwork, found in his field - Pete Lyle has issues with plastic - A brief history of man in footwear

Stories of Dedication A rare visit to Richard Batterham, the reluctant, reclusive legend of pottery - Proportion London -  Felicity Irons, English rush weaver - What form does beauty take? A conversation with Comme des Garçons Adrian Joffe, designer Molly Goddard and Egg’s Maureen Doherty - Bill Amberg on leather -  Marshall Buck, automotive model maker, How the stunning landscape of Carrara and its unsurpassed raw material continues to inspire new generations of designers - A Craft Collaboration: LA-based designer Stephen Kenn and his new multi-functional furniture range for Victorinox - Retrouvius - Sculptor Simon Gaiger - Bocci’s Omer Arbel - As Peter Hone prepares to sell the art and antiquities he’s amassed over the years, Hone reflects on the need for ‘a bit of vulgarity’

My hole-and-corner Woodworker Nic Webb on the shepherd’s hut overlooking the South Downs that he uses for his studio.

 



Etiquetas: leer, revista, viajar, viajes

Tipo: revista

Marca: Chandal


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