Hole & Corner Magazine Issue 22 (the Family Issue) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. We’ve been thinking a lot about family recently. Exploring family ties, community bonds, heritage, skills passed from generation to generation, family trees, tree families.
We’ve focused on the ties that bind us creatively, the skills we inherit, the DNA that manifests itself in all sorts of ways. In our new larger format, the issue includes interviews with embroidery artist Richard McVetis; Heartbeat of Trees author Peter Wohlleben; ceramicist Kaori Tatebayashi and garden designer Tania Compton, a 28-page portfolio celebrating the work of the Sarabande Foundation, and a rare visit to the hand-built Californian home of artist JB Blunk.
Escape with us into these worlds with photography by Christopher Sturman, Tom Sloan, Julian Broad and Emma Hardy, and words by Jessamy Calkin, Richard Benson, Mark Hooper and Katie Treggiden. This is the H&C family on its best behaviour.
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. Published biannually and distributed on an international scale, Hole & Corner magazine is dedicated to stories of craft, passion, beauty and skill.
Details: Hole & Corner – Issue 22 (the Family Issue)
Softcover, 178 pages