The New Artisans Ii by Olivier DuponThe New Artisans Ii by Olivier Dupon

The New Artisans Ii

byOlivier Dupon

Hardcover | March 10, 2015

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Collectable, one-of-a-kind artisanal objects—whether hand-woven textiles or handblown glass—have become a fixture of the modern home; and the artists who produce them are increasingly sought-after. In this follow-up volume to The New Artisans, design expert and lauded blogger Olivier Dupon continues his exploration of the most creative artisans working today.

Divided into two sections, The New Artisans II is the ultimate reference to the vibrant, creative world of the handmade. The first section profiles a range of designers, including descriptions of their backgrounds and technical approaches alongside photos of them at work and samples of their stunning creations. This global cast of artisans employs an array of craft traditions including weaving, crocheting, ceramics, paper arts, furniture-making, glass-blowing, metalworking, and more.

The second section is a directory of objects, categorized as art; ceramics; furniture; glasswork; jewelry, clothing, and accessories; lighting; metalwork; papercraft; tableware; decorative textiles and homewares; and functional textiles and homewares.
Olivier Dupon began his career at Christian Dior, then worked as a buyer and now scouts international markets in search of exciting practitioners of design/art/craft. His books include The New Artisans, The New Pâtissiers, The New Artisans II and Shoe: Contemporary Footwear by Inspiring Designers.
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Title:The New Artisans IiFormat:HardcoverDimensions:320 pages, 10.12 × 7.99 × 1.36 inPublished:March 10, 2015Publisher:WW NortonLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0500517754

ISBN - 13:9780500517758

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This volume . . . with 60 profiles luxuriously dispersed over 300-some pages, is persuasive. It spans mediums, aesthetics, business models, and continents. . . . And it succeeds in revealing the threads them connect them all. The composite image is that of a global movement—one that’s growing only stronger. — American Craft