THE NEW TRADITIONAL : HERITAGE, CRAFTSMANSHIP, AND LOCAL IDENTITY ( BOOK )

“A new generation wants to lead a more meaningful and sustainable life by reconnecting with heritage and traditions. As a way of inspiration, The New Traditional looks to the craftsmanship, lifestyle, and unique experiences of the people keeping these practices alive. From… Continue Reading

German Radio Interview : Deutschlandfunk Kultur : 13. Juni 2020

For our German speaking friends – Im Audio-Archiv finden Sie das Programm von Deutschlandfunk Kultur zum Nachhören. Es kann in einzelnen Fällen vorkommen, dass wir Sendungen oder einzelne Beiträge aus urheberrechtlichen Gründen nicht anbieten dürfen. 13. Juni 2020, 16:43 Uhr Die perfekte Erdkugel… Continue Reading

Our Zoom Date with Messy Nessy Chic | & | Interview with Prior | gestalten

We had so much fun getting on to zoom with Vanessa from Messy Nessy Chic and a group of people – all asking questions about globes and maps and making. >> Click here for the article << We were also… Continue Reading

Ochre 50cm Britannia | Oak Brisbane II Base

The Britannia is our 50cm floor standing globe. The globe sits within a solid hand engraved brass meridian in which the globe spins and can be moved 360 degrees to view the globe and spin the globe from any angle.… Continue Reading

22cm Gagarin + Purple Heart Wood Base

Purpleheart is prized for their beautiful heartwood which, when cut, quickly turns from a light brown to a rich purple colour. Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light darkens the wood to a brown colour with a slight hue of the original purple. The longer the… Continue Reading

65cm Floor Standing Globe – Marine Blue + Fluted Base in Oak

Our floor standing globes spin within a hand-cast and hand-engraved brass meridian which can be moved so the globe spins at any angle. This 65cm diameter (25.6 inch) globe features bespoke additions like hand drawn and hand painted illustrations. The… Continue Reading

Illustrated 22cm diameter Mini Desk Globe – Champagne

We love how this came out! A themed globe full of personalisation with more detailed and larger illustrations. The colour here is Champagne and the base is Walnut (standard size rather than Albion). [email protected] www.bellerbyandco.com for sizes, prices, colours and… Continue Reading

In the studio with Harry Mitchell for AFAR Magazine

Beautiful photos thanks to Harry Mitchell. Harry’s website here | Harry’s Instagram here AFAR is the multi-platform travel media brand that inspires and guides those who travel the world to connect with its people, experience their cultures, and understand their perspectives. More… Continue Reading

Elle Italia : September 2018 Issue

Elle Italia September 2018 Issue Interview about the company and us taking part in Homo Faber in Venice this September Photos by Julian Love, Alun Callender, Cydney Cossette & Jade Fenster For more information please visit our website www.bellerbyandco.com or email > [email protected]

In the studio with Andy Lockley : Bellerby & Co Globemakers, November 2016

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, 50cm Britannia’s in Britannia Blue… Continue Reading

Makers of East London

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 of the world’s most dynamic cities… Continue Reading

Craft Pop-Up Series No.3: Peter Bellerby / Shinola and Jocks & Nerds Magazine

We are taking part in Jocks & Nerds and Shinola’s #CommunityOfCraft series. Where :: Shinola, 13 Newburgh Street, London W1F 7RS. When :: Friday 19th June, 12-6pm Saturday 20th June, 12-6pm Sunday 21st June, 12-4pm “Following on from last year’s… Continue Reading

Get to Know a Projection: Azimuthal Orthographic

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 (as it’s formally known) is hardly more than a snapshot of Earth from some distant point… Continue Reading

Exactly why we made an ‘upside-down globe’

Or shall we say… ‘right-side up globe’ – We suggest everyone gives How the north ended up on top of the map a read today! It provides a insightful reminder / explanation / cartographic history of what is up.