I think one of the biggest gaps in the market is the current transition from something physical to virtual. With our shop, selling unique crafts and other objects, I’ve seen this first hand as I fight to actually tell the story of these objects in a way that can be understood through the screen. It’s still going to take even more creativity to truly convey the beauty in these works.
It’s interesting to look at the progression of a designers portfolio and see the way in which they are able to develop their designs over time.
Furniture by Australian Maker George Harper of TIDE Design
Everyone knows the strong links between Japan and Australia, so I’ve always had a close eye on Australian design and what the designers of this country have been producing.