Hole & Corner Issue 20

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Hole & Corner, the magazine which celebrates craftsmanship and creativity of all kinds, has reached its 20th issue and is celebrating with a set of four special covers created by James Joyce. The theme of the issue is rebirth, regrowth and reset and James has illustrated this theme with a series of images reflecting our times as flowers grow from items, including toilet rolls and tins of beans, that were in short supply at the start of lockdown.

First launched in 2013, Hole & Corner is published twice a year as a magazine and takes its name from the old English phrase meaning ‘a secret place or a life lived away from the mainstream’. It’s also a website which, as well as running news stories, articles and interviews with craftspeople, runs a shop offering items made by some of those craftspeople and the chance to join workshops, at least once the pandemic has run its course.