Excellently produced, and with an exceptionally worthwhile ideology, Hole And Corner is a publication devoted to the art of craft, of life lived at a slow pace where time is taken to appreciate the beauty of the physical world.
It is often repeated that modern life is too fast, too hectic. Hole And Corner believes in slowing things down and appreciating the crafts and skills that may take years to learn, and decades to master. Inside each issue you’ll find features on crafts such as Cheesemaking, Milling, Shoemaking and more, alongside as well-written articles covering a range of topics united by the central idea of craft, beauty, passion and skill.
Celebrating craft, beauty, passion and skill. This magazine is a visual feast. Hole & Corner is a magazine about people who spend more time doing than talking, for whom content is more important than style; people whose work is their life.
Issue 10 is the "Form Issue" and features:
Peter Hone, Bill Amberg, Britain's first work of art, Hay Bales, Adrian Joffe, Bocci, Carrara Marble, Felicity Irons, Utopia, Sir Peter Blake.
Paperback, 162 pages
Published by Hole and Corner
23 x 29.5 x 1.1 cm