For over thirty years, Jim Power has been transforming Manhattan’s East Village with mosaics, one lamppost at a time.
Watch as jeweler Panagiotis Gourlonis crafts a ring by hand in this moody, mesmerizing video.
Wherever the day takes you — past rock ‘n’ rollers, friendly mimes, or rainbow boot wearing yetis — follow your heart.
A young Maine filmmaker crafts a portrait of a mentor who has found an unexpected passion: building custom motorcycles.
One woman’s passion for collecting created an unexpected opportunity when her family faced dire financial hardships.
Former ranch hand Kyle Rosfeld found a new path making traditional cowboy boots.
Sylvester Ayek continues to uphold the traditions of his Iñupiat elders: hunting, foraging, and the craft of carving walrus ivory and wood.
With a deep-seated passion for beading, Tlingit Native elder Mabel Pike is dedicated to passing on the traditions of her clan’s culture.
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Sarah Faber’s art dolls tell tales of dire lives of Victorian England, but not without a certain playful wink.
Muralist Maya Hayuk creates more than just a painting on the wall in this once-thriving steel mill town.
Just because the first flurries have decimated your window garden, there’s no need to settle for a season lackluster and dreary.
Intricately slicing through one sheet of paper with a flick of the fingers, Rob Ryan embraces the beauty of interconnectedness.
Fellow visual storytellers, The Scout, follow woodworker Josh Vogel of Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co. under a shady canopy of materials.
Wherever Rick and Brenda go with their six kids, they inspire curiosity. From un-schooling to art-making, it’s life as usual for the Beerhorst clan.
After learning to weave at the young age of six, Babajan knew he had found his calling.
A historic film about the country’s first community health center highlights a different approach to health care.
Lancashire, UK used to supply 40% of the world’s cotton fabric. Today, Joe McBride is trying to keep his textile mill alive despite a changed horizon.
Transport yourself from the plains of Saskatchewan to the city streets of South Africa with a look back through our videos of 2010.
The artwork of Adam Maron and Quincy Pearson conjures up a magical place where the everyday is transformed into the fantastical.
While most folks at the country auction look for rustic butter churns, Kate Fix seeks out the odds and ends that make a collection one of a kind.