In the midst of studying fine art, a Dutch maker discovers an unexpected gift for furniture design.
After a decade-long fascination with artisanal textiles, Riley Salyards found a new creative calling in an unexpected medium: ceramics.
Two ambitious young makers based in Cincinnati, Ohio, are exploring a range of products and ideas that combine craftsmanship and modern aesthetics.
A young artist’s singular obsession with the strip malls and chain stores of the United States has lead to a uniquely compelling body of work.
From Krakow, Poland, two creative sisters have launched a business dedicated to collaboration and innovation.
William Gallmeyer’s family gets down to the nuts and bolts of an ancient game.
Sustainability and style are the starting points for a new line of wearables by a Dutch maker.
Artist Tina Puckett melds traditional skill with a sculptor’s sensibility to create her one-of-a-kind baskets.
Maggie Pate’s love of pattern and interest in historical dyeing techniques makes her unique scarves instant heirlooms.
Two French artists turn discarded cardboard into something truly unexpected: sculptures of surveillance cameras.
Terri Chiao and Adam Frezza make work that exists in between design and sculpture, craft and design, painting and installation.
This Kansas City-based artist mixes her love of learning and an appreciation for childhood cartoons in her incredibly appealing illustrations.
By juxtaposing unexpected materials, a Dutch designer creates objects of uncommon emotional resonance.
A thwarted search for luxury, cruelty-free scarves inspired a UK designer to explore the world of plant-based dyeing.
Two young Israeli designers combine a fascination with material innovation, fashion and industrial design in a series of stunning wooden clutches.
A Japanese ceramicist embraces tradition to create pieces that combine history with her own sensibility.
An Israeli designer takes inspiration from the world around her to craft stunning handbags akin to wearable art.
Polish artist Irmina Helak used her background as a glass artist to develop her own way of making ceramics.
Kathy and Rob Kistner collaborate in life and work, combining their talents to create eye-catching works of fiber art.
A California-based artisanal woodworker crafts stringed instruments and furnishings from salvaged, recycled, and sustainably harvested woods.
Tasha Lewis combines early photographic techniques, sewing and sculpture to create mesmerizing three-dimensional objects that burst through walls.