This Week in…. Instagram!

Last week Pete made a 50cm Britannia which Isis has been painting. The Britannia was the first in the Bellerby & Co. collection, and is a beautiful, freestanding globe; offering a fine spin with our specially weighted orbs. The map is correct… Continue Reading

Eldorado Experience Magazine Three :: Sailing The Arctic

We just received a copy of the gorgeous limited edition magazine, Eldorado Experience. The third issue follows the adventure of the sailboat Sterna in a unique voyage to the end of the world. Sailing the Arctic 23,5 x 33,5 cm Limited edition of 400 units Shipment set… Continue Reading

A Brief History of…… Globe-making

Globes fall into two broad categories: terrestrial and celestial. Terrestrial globes are spherical maps of the world, and celestial globes use the earth as an imaginary centre of the universe to map the stars in spherical form. A globe is… Continue Reading

This Week In Instagram….

Kirsty is starting to work on the water-colouring side of things as well as cool blue Mini Desk Globes, with help of George at times. Isis working on a Gagarin, Jon making final touches on a Zebrano Mini Desk Globe,… Continue Reading

Albion Desk Globe :: Brass Edition

The latest addition to our Mini Desk Globe range. The Albion is now available in solid brass. The base features the same innovative roller bearing mechanism as our other desk globes permitting 360 degree rotation in all directions. The base comes… Continue Reading

Handmade London, Part 2

Last year we took part in Julian Love’s project, Handmade London. “Handmade London showcases some of the capital’s expanding artisan scene. Increasingly disillusioned with the mass-produced goods from far and away places, we are starting to care more about how… Continue Reading

This Week In Instagram….

Isis & Jon finished up a 80cm Galileo, Kirsty continued training and making Mini Desk Globes, and Pete made a base for an 80cm globe that can spin on ball bearings like our Mini Desk Globes which are 23cm. Want to… Continue Reading

If Earth Were The Size of This Globe… via UX.Blog

Original blog post by John Nelson on UX Blog. So if Earth were actually the size of this 127 cm diameter globe (and that by dragging my hands along its surface I would not be destroying a soft dusty lava… Continue Reading

Today In The Studio :: Working on a 80cm Galileo Hand Painted World Globe

The Galileo is based on the design of the famous Blaeu globe, our modern version of the antique masterpiece hosts a up-to-date map with added bespoke cartography, it is available in the traditional Terrestrial model. The 80cm globe will be cradled… Continue Reading