Nic Dowse studied architecture, but prefers beekeeping. He is the founder of Honey Fingers, a beekeeping kitchen slash studio. In the warmer months, when bees are chasing nectar, Honey Fingers is an urban beekeeping enterprise; in the cooler months, when the bees are inside eating their hard-earned honey, it is a collaborative studio practice. Honey Fingers supplies honey in jars—and for gelati—to businesses around town, and its first urban hive still lives on the roof of a pair of townhouses on Faraday Street in Carlton, Melbourne. Keep up with Honey Fingers on Instagram—you won’t bee disappointed.