The new issue of Uppercase explores how sound and music influence creative thinking. Inside there's an interview with cover artist Ali Barker, who experiences sound-colour synaesthesia, beautiful collections of sheet music, a selection of musicians' sketches and visual compositions, and the spectacular tinkling ceramic sculptures of Cecil Kemperink.
Uppercase is put together by Janine Vangool who has a keen eye for contemporary crafts. It is beautifully printed on matte stock and the spine alone is a work of art. A pleasing and collectable publication. While the magazine looks at traditional craft, it is in no way nostalgic, it looks at contemporary applications and champions modern and inspiring craft.