We couldn’t be more excited to be part of the upcoming exhibition, Here and There, a travel-oriented pop-up by Field and Various Projects.
The exhibition will include an array of artists Field_CocktailSet_03and designers invited to create objects based on the theme of travel. Field’s own line of well-crafted objects will be on view, including a limited edition white oak Art in the Age cocktail kit built by Jonah Takagi.
Inspired by classic Danish meets Shaker design, the self-contained kit combines luxury and utility, providing all the essential components for crafting cocktails in the field. The kit features a carefully curated selection of bar tools and ingredients; including a Stelton cocktail shaker, HS stackable tumblers, Field loop bottle opener, Opinel Folding Knife, Morris Kitchen Rhubarb syrup, and Juniper Ridge White Sage and Wild Mint tea.
Join us Saturday, May 18th from 6-8pm for an opening reception featuring AITA cocktails.
Various Projects, 2 Bond Street, New York, NY
Contributors to Here and There include: Timothee Colmant, Daniel Gafner, Colgate Searle, Jonah Takagi, Okolo, Hannah Waldron, Katrin Greiling, The Good Flock, Studio Grom and more.
We’re helping our friends at Nest, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering responsible artisan businesses and preserving cultural craft traditions across the globe, celebrate the launch of their Varanasi Project with a special week-long flash sale of Nest necklaces this week.
Starting today, through Sunday, May 19, you can purchase one of these hand-cast brass pendants strung on a leather cord, crafted by Nest artisans (husband and wife team Anton and Benta) in their new workshop in Nairobi.
Each piece is $55, with $40 of that going back to Nest.
Your proceeds will support better working conditions internationally, through Nest’s collaborations with artists and craftsmen.
Nest’s work towards lasting social impact for communities through sustainable business is something we can get behind. And here’s your opportunity to do so, too!
Next up on Nest’s lineup is their Varanasi Project, the creation of a community center in Varanasi, India being designed by world-renowned architect David Adjay for the benefit of the community’s practitioners of an ancient tradition of handwoven silk.
Check out more info on Nest, and their Varanasi Project, over here.