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  • three colorful tufted rugs overlapping one another on a gray floor with a person wearing checkered slip on shoes and white pants standing on them

    Tufting Magic

    From Instagram to #RugTikTok—the rug-making corner of the platform, naturally—rug tufting has gone viral.
  • stone carver in studio using pneumatic hammer on marble slab

    Rock Shop

    A stone carver’s ode to his Baltimore studio
  • Blog post cover graphic for The Queue featuring Kristy Kún

    The Queue: Kristy Kún

    Get to know the people featured in the pages of our magazine as they share what's inspiring them right now.
  • Artist Ashwini Bhat making a clay imprint of tree roots in Armstrong Redwoods Reserve in Sonoma, California

    Assembling California: Imprinted

    Bay Area–based ceramic artist Ashwini Bhat will show around a dozen small ceramic objects under the rubric Imprinted—literally imprints in clay of tree branches and other natural elements—plus photographs of her at work in the wild, and a video.
  • Artist kneeling a outdoor tub filled with soapy water massaging felt with hands

    A Floating World

    A former woodworker turned felt sculptor opens up about the intricacies of process and material.
  • Blog post cover graphic for The Queue featuring Trish Andersen

    The Queue: Trish Andersen

    Get to know the people featured in the pages of our magazine as they share what's inspiring them right now.
  • collage of overlapping round mirrors of different sizes with ornate mosaic frames

    Market: On the Wall

    Peering into the handmade mirrors of these four artists is a celebration of craft—and of self, too.
  • Glass artist posing on ladder while installing work in windowed gallery space in new york city

    Maker: Andy Paiko

    Glass artist Andy Paiko has an alchemist’s knack for transforming glass into uncanny objects: a hammer, a spinning wheel, a scale.
  • ceramic sculpture made with cemetery soil and human hair

    Body Land Memory

    Adebunmi Gbadebo’s artworks incorporate materials such as hair, soil, old documents, and water to address longstanding cultural erasure.