Hole & Corner is a biannual magazine dedicated to stories of craftsmanship, beauty, passion and skill. From furniture to fabrics, from ceramics to candles to clothing, everything between these pages tells the story of the artisans behind it.
Hole & Corner founder and creative director Sam Walton started the magazine after moving from London to the Dorset countryside. In conversation with the people he met - a dairy farmer, a local brewer, a baker - and enraptured by their stories, he decided to create a magazine with a focus on these unknown heroes, pairing great writers and photographers with some extraordinary artisans, producers , farmers, glass blowers, paper makers, sculptors and painters. What is told in Hole & Corner is a world, by nature, deeply independent, full of honesty, integrity and hard work, exactly as the magazine that has chosen to be completely free adv wants to be.
Number of pages: 162
We've been thinking a lot about family recently and so we've been exploring family and community ties, traditions handed down from generation to generation and family trees, tree families.
For issue 22 of Hole & Corner magazine, we focused on the bonds that keep us close in a creative way, on the abilities we inherit, on the DNA that manifests itself in all ways.
In our new large format, find interviews with embroidery artist Richard McVetis; Heartbeat of Trees author Peter Wohlleben; ceramist Kaori Tatebayashi and garden designer Tania Compton, a 28-page portfolio celebrating the work of the Sarabande Foundation and a rare visit to artist JB Blunk's hand-built California home.