A small British factory keeps candy-making a family affair, using traditional methods passed down through the generations.
Stunning blooms crafted from glass beads and wire were popular in eras when fresh flowers were a scarce and seasonal luxury.
A macramé artist goes from selling his wares at handmade markets to debuting his designs on the Paris catwalk — and decides he prefers the market.
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A new nonprofit counts and maps the cumulative community-boosting activities of its members, building momentum for meaningful change.
This short film by Smith Journal profiles Ray Gascoigne, maker of magical ships in bottles.
This fascinating slice of history may have you giving processed cheese a second chance at the dinner table.
Modern-day textile artists prize a centuries-old dye for its vibrant color and environmentally-friendly nature.
A growing number of Etsy sellers are dedicating their businesses to making anything (and everything) their customers can dream up.
A small English town has embarked on an ambitious plan to achieve “food independence” — growing and raising everything it needs as a community.
An experimental school with a focus on philosophy opens an outpost in Melbourne, Australia.
Give guests a glimpse of your wedding style from the get-go with a save-the-date that’s uniquely you.
Frank Catalfumo has been repairing his Brooklyn neighbors’ shoes for over seventy years.
The ethereal, fleeting beauty of a cloud-filled sky has captivated artists through the ages.