The latest from the studio
design in process
Now of course a customer can ask for a Shakespeare sonnet that is not on the ‘list’ but you have to have a base to work from. So I asked everyone what their favourite (more…)
Welcome to our second interview in this new series.
You can catch the first one here if you are just joining us now.
This series aims to bring you one step closer to the process of designing and making. This month we are looking at the art of Photography.
So without further ado I would like to introduce you to Christine Burns. She is a photographer with an incredible eye for capturing the smallest of moments, at putting people at ease and producing beautiful, heartfelt work.
In the studio this month I have been working on some one off commissions including this lovely piece below. A lot of painstaking cutting out with the scalpel knife but its nearly finished and well worth all the hard work. See a sneak peek below (more…)
In this, the first in a monthly series of posts interviewing Irish Designers and Artists, I ask ten of life’s essential questions. Read on… (more…)
I originally designed these Wedding Vow pens as a gift for one of my dearest friends who was getting married. The feedback that I got was so lovely and positive that they soon became the latest addition to my collection.
I wanted to create a gift for her that was both practical, that she and her fiancee could use and have as a part of their Wedding Day and also a gift that would be (more…)