Artist Chie Miyazaki combines illustration and ceramics to create objects full of friendly personality.
Eco-friendly greeting cards and tote bags handmade in South Korea embody whimsical, child-like wonder.
Working with leather, embroidery floss, and hand-cut industrial elements, this Polish jeweler is crafting a look all her own.
An artist celebrates a vanished era of car culture with innovative digital paintings.
A broken hairpin opened the door into the world of jewelry making for a Chicago-based illustrator.
A French artist discovered an unexpected passion for transforming found objects into delicate works that dance in the air.
A ceramic artist in South London creates pieces full of candor and emotion.
For a Brooklyn-based knitter, teaching herself to knit meant discovering the creative outlet she needed.
A dancer transforms her love of free-form movement into remarkable crochet pieces that evoke cellular forms.
An ancient technique gains new life in the hands of a young French jewelry artist.
A young Israeli jeweler draws on diverse techniques to create her eye-catching pieces.
Two brothers celebrate a shared passion for architecture through crafting remarkably detailed models of iconic buildings.
Two artists plus a little chemistry equals a shop full of magic mirrors.
For a young architect, experiments in bent plywood have opened new doors.
This prettily packaged skin care line is made by hand in Victoria, Australia.
In the hands of Eleni Georgakila and Sandra Julve, the common plastic bag is reborn as a material for fashioning hip accessories with urban flair.
Working with equipment he made himself, self-taught artist Daniel Fleming casts miniature sculptures with powerful presence.
At just 23 years old, Jessie Harris is building a jewelry business based on her uncompromising vision.
For Candy and Lora Jones, two sisters-in-law who work with with local fibres in Wales, the fun is in the fleece.
Roy Katz and Tanya Fleisher are wanderers who have settled down to making thoughtful, useful objects that balance aesthetics and practicality.
From his home in Israel, Arthur Kemelman turns precious fragments into pieces of jewelry that beautifully fuse wood, stone and gold.