Articles in: Notes

My Old Man

When Ted Kessler launched a website about his – and everyone’s – dad, the stories kept coming...

Why plastic is still the future for design

If you believe David Attenborough and National Geographic, plastic is the single biggest threat that the world faces today. Why then has it been the star of every design festival across the globe in 2018?

H&C Heroes: Henry David Thoreau

For the first in a new regular series of people who embody the Hole & Corner ethos, we look at the life of the famous essayist, philosopher and naturalist who famously spent two years living alone in the woods at Walden Pond, MA

H&C Heroes: John Ruskin

In praise of the Victorian renaissance man who was a pioneer of modern ideas on craft, sustainability and environmentalism…

How I met: print legend Peggy Angus

As The New Craftsmen commission a new limited edition range of Angus' wallpaper prints, David Herbert remembers a chance meeting that led to a very peculiar apprenticeship with one of Britain’s greatest print designers...

The ancient arts of Pedro da Costa Felgueiras

In the very first issue of Hole & Corner, we interviewed Pedro da Costa Felgueiras about his work, which almost resembles that of an alchemist. As he has now donated an object for the Cræftiga collection, sold to raise funds for the talent search, we look back on this very first collaboration and his exquisite techniques...

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