the new artisans

I can hardly believe I’m included in this book – it is magnificent in every way. I think Olivier Dupon has created something very special.  In less expert hands this wealth of  information might  have been overwhelming or the spirit could have been lost but Olivier presents it with simplicity and real elegance – you are never distracted from the central idea: that this is a book about love of craft, process and materials or Olivier’s true affection for the subject.

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the new artisans

the new artisans

the new artisans

“This book captures the new mood – a return to a preference for the unique and the handmade. Design expert and acclaimed blogger Olivier Dupon has sourced the cream of the contemporary design world from all over Europe, Australia and the United States, profiling 75 artisans who use craft techniques, rather than mass-production methods, to create stylish, whimsical, covetable objects. Hundreds of colour photographs feature a huge variety of crafts, including art, ceramics, furniture, glasswork, jewelry, lighting, metalwork, papercraft, textiles and woodwork. Complete with a directory of products, and Dupon’s personal recommendations for inspiring shops and websites to visit, this is the perfect resource for discovering unique and beautiful objects made by new, talented artisans from all around the world.”


  1. wow, that looks like a really cool book – i think i will need to pick one up. congrats for being in it, but of course your skill and work deserve it!

  2. Oh how wonderful. It’s great your artwork and all the time you put into it is being appreciated. What a wonderful seasonal gift! I will go see how much it costs and figure out who I can give it as a Chrstmas present.

    You deserve it!

  3. You deserve to be included. Well done!

    I love your work, and the details of your apartment look really fascinating. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Kudos to you!!! I can’t wait to snatch up my own copy of this – I imagine I’ll be pouring over it for hours!!
    Cheers to all the handmakers in the world (and especially to one’s who create tiny spiders and charming birds;)

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