One of the first colours we did on the 80cm Galileo has come back into popularity recently. After many months of the Mint & Blue oceans it has been nice to fill our studio with an Ochre glow once again.
Sapele (Similar to Mahogany)
Photographer Andy Lockley spent a couple of days with us, shooting some beautiful photos in the natural winter light of our studio.
At the time we were working on a 127cm Churchill in Glacial Blue,
is a curve representing the changing angular offset of a celestial body (usually the Sun) from its mean position on the celestial sphere as viewed from another celestial body (usually
Bellerby & Co are very excited to be featured in an upcoming book by Hoxton Mini Press, "Makers of East London".
Bike builders, violin makers, ceramicists… East London is the creative hub of one
We are taking part in Jocks & Nerds and Shinola's #CommunityOfCraft series.
Shinola, 13 Newburgh Street, London W1F 7RS.
Friday 19th June, 12-6pm
Every few months we gather a collection of all the amazing globe photos we have found on instagram – big and small, young and old, we love them all. Be sure and #globes / instagram @globemakers to make
Via Wired Map Lab:
A globe on a two-dimensional screen seems pretty dull compared to map projections that look like armadillos, butterflies, or deconstructed polygons. The azimuthal orthographic
Or shall we say... 'right-side up globe' -
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