Sean Woolsey is a maker, a craftsman and an artist. Currently residing in Costa Mesa, California, Woolsey handcrafts one of a kind works that are made to last. Woolsey’s work is deeply influenced by Wabi Sabi, a Japanese philosophy centered on the acceptance of transience. He nurtures the notion that there is beauty in the imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete.
As exemplified in this short film, from our friends at The Process Creative, there is warmth and intent in every detail of Woolsey’s life. Sean has been an inspiration to all of us at Aloha Sunday and we’re excited to be introducing his lamps and coaster sets to our collection of home goods both in store and online.