Marbled calendars and bright, bold business cards are just a few of the festive offerings in Pamela Sherry’s Texas-based paper goods shop.
The inspiration for Jessica’s pet accessories line came when she adopted her pug, JD.
Inspired by her customers’ completed creative projects, Deidre Kindall made the leap from supplies seller to self-taught felt florist.
Add to your favorite collection (or start a new one) with finds from this colorful and eclectic vintage shop.
A common love of walnut wood inspires this husband-and-wife team to create modern, graphic home goods.
Meet the maker behind this beautiful line of home goods.
Artist and wanderer Khara Ledonne got her start painting murals at age 16. Now she makes miniature paintings that double as portals for imagination.
Carpenter, father and maker Aaron Nuland creates toys that resemble those he played with as a child.
This self-taught designer embraces big colors and bold patterns.
David is a trained biogeochemist and architect, but his real passion is making useful, minimal creations on CNC machines he built himself.
This Maine-based artist combines nature photography and hand-drawn illustrations for a style that’s all her own.
Mullein & Sparrow founder Anit Hora studied holistic skincare and Ayurvedic principles before starting her Brooklyn-based natural beauty brand.
This mother-daughter team turned their two passions — baking and dogs — into a business.
To the outside world Patricia Vargas may seem shy, but her bold abstract art speaks volumes.
Check out the studio where these sea-inspired finds come to life.
Check out the stunning studio and process of self-taught Australian dyer, Victoria Pemberton.
Discover how the recession and the collapse of the newspaper industry led David and Patricia Beets to start Dell Cove Spice Co.
Step into the magical world of watercolor artist and home decor designer Euodia Roets.
“My goal is to create products that I would have in my home and use myself.”
“I can’t imagine ever growing tired of all the possibilities and challenges that wood presents.” – Cameron MacLean