Collect 2019: Craft Scotland to showcase work from 15 makers

Get to know the designers and makers selected by Craft Scotland to be showcased at Collect, the international art fair for modern craft and design from 28 February to 3 March 2019.

Paper Houses Design launches lifestyle collection on Kickstarter

Stonehaven based textile designer Mhairi Allan tells us about launching her new lifestyle brand, influenced by mid-century modern design, Scandi-style and geometrics.

Panel x Glasgow Women's Library: A collection celebrating design and women's history

From Glasgow Women’s Library is a collection of products developed by the independent curatorial practice Panel, through research into the Glasgow Women's Library archive.

Collect 2018: Showcasing Scottish design and craft talent

Collect brings together 40 galleries from four continents to showcase some exceptional work from makers, designers and creatives. Now in its 14th year, 2018's event is taking place at London’s Saatchi Gallery from 22 - 25 February, and the programme is packed with Scottish talent, both established and emerging.

Scottish makers get set for London Design Festival

The world-famous London Design Festival celebrates and promotes London as the design capital of the world. But this year, the city isn't the only thing being showcased. Attending the festival is a raft of Scottish makers, working with textiles, furniture, jewellery and more. Here, we take a look at a (...)

Scotland at London Craft Week 2017

We look back at the Scottish presence at the third edition of London Craft Week that took place from Wednesday 3 to Sunday 7 May.

Occupying the Post-Industrial City - applications to Test Unit 2017 open

TAKTAL Director Helen Teeling tells us more about the art, design and architecture summer school and event programme.

Scottish success at the American Craft Show Baltimore

We hear from some of the designers and makers who showcased at the American Craft Show Baltimore in February 2017.

The Inventors of Tradition II

We hear more from Panel about their new publication with Atelier E.B that explores Scotland’s recent cultural past and how style can function as part of a broader political, social and cultural discourse.

Vanilla 'Inker' Hannah Grace Ryan on the programme for aspiring jewellers

Six months ago Glasgow jewellery studio Vanilla Ink welcomed a fresh batch of aspiring jewellers into their supportive incubator ‘pod’ to nurture their fresh talent.. we speak to 'inker' Hannah Grace Ryan.