Inside this issue of Graffiti.
Alpine Peak, Electric Atmosphere, Heart of San Francisco, Florida Primary, Harbour Lights, Hollywood Royalty.
Renowned for his mobile sculptures, he was one of the 20th Century's most important artists. Today, the foundation set up in Alexander Calder's name not only preserves his legacy but also promotes contemporary artists, explains George Pendle.
Botswana's Diamond Technology Park brings home the skilful art of polishing, while benefitting the nation, discovers Sarah Carpin
In a lush, mesmerising world of the imagination, nature's bounty is revealed in jewellery that is the essence of fantasy.
As this year's grapes are picked on the Delaire Graff Estate, Christian Eedes meets the winemaker looking forward to creating more award-winning wines.
Be tempted by a veritable garden of delight, abundant in desirable rare diamonds that are perfectly ripe for the picking.
He may dress like a rebel but when it comes to retail design, Peter Marino, the architect behind some of graff's most high-profile stores, is the leader of the pack.
The latest watches created by Graff's craftsmen are at the pinnacle of both technical expertise and aesthetic excellence, Simon De Burton finds.
From trading ports and homes to pearl fishers, the UAE and its neighbours Qatar and Oman enjoyed a meteoric rise, thanks to oil wealth. Now, while growth continues apace, the Gulf States have developed as cultural centres too, reports Claire Malcolm.
This delicate and stylish collection artfully celebrates the beautiful flower that holds so much significance in Eastern culture.
Graff's charity FACET offers ground-breaking, life-changing programmes for communities in Sub-Saharan Africa, and has good cause to celebrate some recent, significant successes.
CEO of Graff Luxury Watches Michel Pitteloud describes to James Gurney the incredible craftsmanship and technical challenges behind the eye catching beauty of the new MasterGraff Skeleton Automatic.