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An Art Buyer’s Guide to Collecting Contemporary Design...A collector's guide to start collecting contemporary design and express your personality through physical objects displayed in your home....

June 15, 2020

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The sculptural woodwork of Hiroyuki Nishimura...Even though clay still remains to be one of the most worked materials in arts and crafts, wood carving similarly qualitifes as a very ancient and versatile medium, with a history that dates back thousands of years. Recognized for its solid and resistant qualities, wood ages naturally, is a great representation of nature within the home environment and also complements a wide range of styles.  In this feature, we wanted to share some amazingly hand-crafted art and design pieces by Japanese sculptor Hiroyuki Nishimura, who uses wood as his central material - in a sustainable way. All his works are carved from logs into characteristic shapes and most of the wood he utilizes for his works is unusable for other purposes. Instead of wasting the unusable material he finds, Nishimura uses the leftover wood as a suitable material for furniture or architectural use. The  irregularities, cracks and splits that you see in some of the pieces are deliberate and celebrated as part of the piece itself, where the artist does not necessarily seek perfection, but pays more attention to the overall form. Through his artistic effort, Nishimura conveys an eco-message by raising awareness and encouraging an ethic of cherishing and conservation. Check out these beautifully carved pieces by Nishimura, to add warmth, elegance, and liveliness into your interiors! ...

June 01, 2020

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10 Ceramic Artists that Fuse Art & Design...The word "ceramics" comes from the Greek word "keramos", meaning "clay". The art of ceramics dates back to Prehistory and quickly became very popular, and is a tradition that continues to this day. Many sculptors in the History of Art have used this material to create their works, such as George E. Ohr, Maria Martinez, and Joan Miro.  Nowadays, new technologies have transformed the certain aspects in the production of ceramics, but many traditional techniques have remained as the backbone of this craft. Toeing the line between, art, craft and design, contemporary ceramicists offer new perspectives -- in this article, The Artling showcase 10 ceramic artists that are working to fuse art and design in their pieces. ...

May 27, 2020

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New In Design: Featuring 10 of Our Latest Pieces...Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the past few challenging months have made us realize (hopefully!) that our homes can be our sanctuaries; the place where we feel the most comfortable and safe. Never has there been a time in recent years where we have had so many people carrying out every single aspect of their daily work and personal lives at home. Thus, spending all this time at home has given us the opportunity to rethink and reinvent our spaces, especially in terms of how we can spruce them up with some interesting and vibrant pieces! In this article, The Artling brings you the 10 of our newest and most interesting, newly-listed design pieces that could be perfect for your living space! Read on.......

May 26, 2020

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Blanketed in white - CANVAS HOUSE by Figment & Ministry of Design...“I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past”, says Ministry of Design's founder, Colin Seah. With Canvas House, Figment and MOD bring the two worlds of future and past together in a striking white-washed manner, with a converted conservation house in Singapore, which recently opened in February 2020. Ministry of Design explores history and our relationship with the past, present and future through the concept of layers in Canvas House at Blair Road. Blurring the boundaries between space and object, MOD conceptually blanketed Canvas House with a layer of white that provides a canvas for the future, whilst revealing historical preservation in concentrated spots. The house rhythmically reveals parts of its past, with Shadows of old timber as well as Layers of revealed brick and intricate details of re-purposed and upcycled furniture. At the same time, MOD invites visitors to imagine a future with Dream, a text-based neon piece that the studio created, with a quote by Thomas Jefferson that encapsulates MOD’s approach to Canvas House. The quote summarizes the attitude of the house; Colin explains, “it is a neutral white canvas for the future to be dreamt upon, rather than a wholesale homage to the past.”...

March 16, 2020

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OMA's latest project in Bali - An exciting New Cultural Destination...BALI, INDONESIA ​- May 2020 will see the official opening of Bali’s first creative village, Desa Potato Head. Conceived as a multi-dimensional experience which transcends hospitality, it’s a place where music, art, design, food, wellness and sustainability will collide, offering a new type of holistic experience for both the local community and guests alike. “At Desa Potato Head we’re not trying to change the industry, we want to create an entirely new model for it. If we bring people together for good times, but offer them the unexpected, it will open their minds in new ways.” - Ronald Akili, Potato Head founder. ...

March 04, 2020

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15 Contemporary Design Studios You Must Know About...The Artling shares 15 design studios with unique craftsmanship creating contemporary design pieces perfect for home decor, corporate offices, and hotels....

January 24, 2020

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A Woha-nderful Christmas...The fondest memories are usually those surrounding the dinner table, especially during Christmas! A place for friendly banter or insightful discussions, the dinner table is a celebration of the simplest joys in life; good food and good company. On this joyous occasion, add a finer touch to your dinner table with the Diaspora Collection for a memorable Christmas....

November 28, 2019

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Buying Collectible Design for your Home...Buying collectible design has a personal and emotional quality to it as they will live with you in your home and show something of who you are....

September 05, 2019

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Brick by Brick: The Imperial Kiln Museum by Studio Zhu Pei...Take a look at The Artling’s visit to the Imperial Kiln Museum by Studio Zhu Pei, a site dedicated to the unique history of ceramics in Jingdezhen....

August 23, 2019

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A Visit to Jingdezhen’s BingDing Wood Kiln Factory...The Artling visited the stunning BingDing Wood Kiln Factory in the porcelain capital of China. Some images from our visit here:...

August 23, 2019

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The Glass Artists who are Shattering Expectations...These 8 glass art artists are pushing the boundaries of the fascinating art of glass making to create works you can’t miss....

August 08, 2019


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