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Hole & Corner Magazine Issue 17 (the Elements Issue) is here! Issue 17 meets some truly fascinating figures, all of whom embody the ethos of Hole & Corner. Responding to the theme of Elements, the designer-maker Nic Webb produced a specific work especially for the magazine from his rural Sussex base.

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Hole & Corner Magazine Issue 17 (the Elements Issue) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Hole & Corner Issue 17 meets some truly fascinating figures, all of whom embody the ethos of Hole & Corner. Responding to the theme of Elements, the designer-maker Nic Webb produced a specific work especially for the magazine from his rural Sussex base. We spend time with renowned ceramicist Joanna Still in Wiltshire and artist Martha Sturdy in British Columbia, to discuss how the elements inform their practice.

We travel to Bosnia to witness the incredible woodcarving skills of Zanat and learn how designer Ilse Crawford is helping them to appeal to the contemporary market. We visit the fields of Dorset to see how Parterre have built a luxury fragrance and essential oils business, from the roots up. And we head to Saint-Nazaire to explore the crazy world of Oliver de Sagazan, who treads the borderline between sculpture and performance as he literally inhabits the clay that forms his art.

Meanwhile, three hugely inspiring women, all working at the forefront of sustainability and materiality, provide insight into the work and inspirations: Natsai Audrey Chieza, Caroline Till of FranklinTill and Zoe Laughlin, co-founder of the Institute of Making.

We have also been doing a little crafting and fine-tuning of our own: our new section, Assemble, highlights new talent, trends and ideas. In our interview with Ilse Crawford, she remarks that ‘We’ve lost our point of comparison – and also lost the understanding of the value of time and skill.’

It is that sense of value that we have always tried to encourage through Hole & Corner. Thankfully, we are not alone in understanding the need to promote and support a better way of life.

We hope you enjoy the issue – it’s elemental.

Hole & Corner was launched in May 2013 as a lifestyle brand celebrating and promoting creativity, craftsmanship, heritage and authenticity through digital, print and events. The name is inspired by an old English phrase: ‘Hole-and-Corner: adj, a secret place or a life lived away from the mainstream’. It is about people who spend more time doing than talking, for whom content is more important than style; whose work is their life. It’s about telling stories of dedication. Hole & Corner magazine is published quarterly, dedicated to stories of craft, beauty, passion and skill. The website offers regular news, recommendations and interviews with those who embody the Hole & Corner lifestyle – and offers the opportunity to buy products from our featured makers or join them at live events where you can see their unique skills up close and even try your hand at workshops and learn from the best.

Details: Hole & Corner – Issue 17 (the Elements Issue)

Softcover, 178 pages

Article No. bfholecorner0017 Published by Hole & Corner Magazine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tags · · · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home Weight 760 g Dimensions 30 × 24 × 2 cm

Hole & Corner Magazine Issue 17 (the Elements Issue) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Hole & Corner Issue 17 meets some truly fascinating figures, all of whom embody the ethos of Hole & Corner. Responding to the theme of Elements, the designer-maker Nic Webb produced a specific work especially for the magazine from his rural Sussex base. We spend time with renowned ceramicist Joanna Still in Wiltshire and artist Martha Sturdy in British Columbia, to discuss how the elements inform their practice.

We travel to Bosnia to witness the incredible woodcarving skills of Zanat and learn how designer Ilse Crawford is helping them to appeal to the contemporary market. We visit the fields of Dorset to see how Parterre have built a luxury fragrance and essential oils business, from the roots up. And we head to Saint-Nazaire to explore the crazy world of Oliver de Sagazan, who treads the borderline between sculpture and performance as he literally inhabits the clay that forms his art.

Meanwhile, three hugely inspiring women, all working at the forefront of sustainability and materiality, provide insight into the work and inspirations: Natsai Audrey Chieza, Caroline Till of FranklinTill and Zoe Laughlin, co-founder of the Institute of Making.

We have also been doing a little crafting and fine-tuning of our own: our new section, Assemble, highlights new talent, trends and ideas. In our interview with Ilse Crawford, she remarks that ‘We’ve lost our point of comparison – and also lost the understanding of the value of time and skill.’

It is that sense of value that we have always tried to encourage through Hole & Corner. Thankfully, we are not alone in understanding the need to promote and support a better way of life.

We hope you enjoy the issue – it’s elemental.

Hole & Corner was launched in May 2013 as a lifestyle brand celebrating and promoting creativity, craftsmanship, heritage and authenticity through digital, print and events. The name is inspired by an old English phrase: ‘Hole-and-Corner: adj, a secret place or a life lived away from the mainstream’. It is about people who spend more time doing than talking, for whom content is more important than style; whose work is their life. It’s about telling stories of dedication. Hole & Corner magazine is published quarterly, dedicated to stories of craft, beauty, passion and skill. The website offers regular news, recommendations and interviews with those who embody the Hole & Corner lifestyle – and offers the opportunity to buy products from our featured makers or join them at live events where you can see their unique skills up close and even try your hand at workshops and learn from the best.

Details: Hole & Corner – Issue 17 (the Elements Issue)

Softcover, 178 pages

Article No. bfholecorner0017 Published by Hole & Corner Magazine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tags · · · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home Weight 760 g Dimensions 30 × 24 × 2 cm
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