UtoPia and Ütility: Fantasy and functionality all in one

When asked why she combined three different materials for her graduation show at the RCA, Pia Wüstenberg replies that the art scene being already very crowded, she had to be inventive and original in order to make a big splash. Besides, … Continue reading

The New Craftsmen: British Craftsmanship with a human touch

Just this once, Artisan London is not featuring an artist or an artisan but a driving force behind the silent but definite revolution that is happening, before our very own eyes, in the world of arts and crafts in the British … Continue reading

Eleanor Lakelin: a protean maker in wood

After having travelled widely African and European roads teaching English as a second language, Eleanor Lakelin eventually came back home. While still teaching, she decided to take woodwork and plaster evening courses in the early 1990’s. It rekindled an old … Continue reading