Mjolk's issue III explores the world of the Japanese tea ceremony. This leads them to potter and tea master Masanobu Ando, alongside interview and workshop tours of Ryuji Mitani, considered to be the most famous wood artisan in Japan, Kyoto based woodworker Shingo Tsukuda, and Quebec based potter Renaud Sauve. Alongside a visit to 3 major works by Iconic architect Terunobu Fujimori.
As with their shop selection, which focuses on Japanese and Scandinavian design, the book introduces us to artists and designers that have yet to be fully documented.15cm width x 21cm height, 144 pages. Printed in Toronto, Canada. Advert Free.