YINJISPACE use media professional’s unique perspective,try to explore the essence of life behind the design works.

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YINJISPACE use media professional’s unique perspective,try to explore the essence of life behind the design works.

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  • Diana Scherer

    Diana Scherer

    Diana Schere’s pieces bridge the gap between art and science, exploring our relationship with the natural world.
  • Naomi Mcintosh

    Naomi Mcintosh

    Believing that everything is connected, Naomi Mcintosh aims to capture and share the experience of being in an ever-changing, beautiful and expansive landscape through her work.
  • Rima Day

    Rima Day

    Rima Day uses thread, fabric and paper to create artwork that is inspired by nature and the human body.
  • Eva Hendriks

    Eva Hendriks

    Eva Hendriks' work shows how everything moves and how it stays in motion.Tactile works that arise from her curiosity about the typical properties of natural materials.
  • Millicent Young

    Millicent Young

    The materials Millicent Young use are both substance and symbol. They both contain memories and record new memories through touch, erosion, evaporation, fire, and other processes of construction and reduction.
  • Makiko Wakisaka

    Makiko Wakisaka

    To keep her artwork fragile and soft, Makiko Wakisaka sew to connect leaf veins together with transparent nylon thread, not using glue or something to fix.
  • Cosma Frascina

    Cosma Frascina

    Graduated in Design from ISIA University in Florence, Cosma Frascina is a designer who finds inspiration in the roughness of nature and artisanal techniques.
  • Erum Aamir

    Erum Aamir

    Erum Aamir is a ceramic artist based in Manchester. She creates intricate porcelain sculptures in beautifully hued glazes which are inspired by microscopic studies of plants.
  • Lisa Belsky

    Lisa Belsky

    Knitting and crocheting was passed down through generations of women in Lisa Belsky family and has been an important part of Lisa Belsky life since childhood.
  • ARKO


    ARKO is a straw artist based in Tokyo who links the ancient and modern worlds of Japan using rice straw.
  • Mark Goudy

    Mark Goudy

    Mark Goudy approach to ceramics stems from the intersection of my love of the geometries of nature and abstract minimalist art.
  • Martha Sturdy

    Martha Sturdy

    Martha Sturdy work explores contemporary interest in pure environments, by implying natural scale and economy to replicate the spatial experience of the untouched outdoors.
  • Debora Muhl

    Debora Muhl

    Debora Muhl leaves the grasses in their natural state to preserve their aromas and often begins her free-form sculptures with a unique cut-out segment of gourd, designing in the process of creating.
  • Harry Morgan

    Harry Morgan

    Referencing histories from ancient Venetian glassblowing to Brutalist architecture, Harry Morgan’s work challenges the physical and cultural meaning of his chosen medium.
  • Susanna Bauer

    Susanna Bauer

    It's possible to understand the world from studying a leaf,There is a fine balance in Susanna Bauer work between fragility and strength.