With Susan Lindell from Brooklyn’s Recycle-A-Bicycle leading the way, your dusty, rusty bike will be ready to roll in no time.
This week, we learn how to make DIY bloodshot peepers — perfect as a memorable party favor or a gory accessory to complete your Halloween ensemble.
Milliner Heidi Lee’s imaginative hats prove inspiration can be found anywhere.
One man’s obsession with found photos brings joy to his customers.
97-year-old Hal Lasko uses Microsoft Paint to create dazzling works of pointilist art.
This short documentary from 1958 reveals the glittering facets of a fascinating craft.
This short film by Smith Journal profiles Ray Gascoigne, maker of magical ships in bottles.
For one Philadelphia retailer, rescuing the past’s utilitarian treasures is more than a business – it’s a calling.
For thirty years, Stephen Bilenky has built custom bicycles with an eye to quality, utility and beauty.
A freelance shoemaker, weaver and paper sculptor explains how his diverse practices inform one another and lead to discovery.
For two young jewelers, growing their business has created opportunities to support other local makers and industries.
Who isn’t dazzled and enchanted by that wondrous stuff called glitter?