Tuesday, October 20, 2009

More behind-the-scenes of famous designers

Other than a crisp Flash portfolio of current and sometimes a swath of previous work, you hardly ever get to see what goes on behind big-name design.

I've always loved the aesthetic of Matthew Hilton's work. He makes finely-crafted wood furniture that is a delight to look at, both in terms of beauty and his craft. Another good thing about his brand is that he shares process work, his old student work and also a good deal of what he looks to for inspiration, from his surroundings as well as his predecessors:

I'm sure they sell his work all over town, but I specifically remember seeing some tables and chairs of his over at Ministry of the Interior over on Ozzington. Check it out.

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