Art + Science
Erik and Martin Demaine apply mathematical rigor to uncommon origami.
Breaking the Surface
An eye for new perspectives has propelled Mary Giles throughout her career.
The Slow Way
Five fashion designers make patience a virtue.
Man of the World
Stephen Burks works directly with artisans around the globe to create unique, high-end goods.
In This Issue
Coming Home to Clay
Alex Matisse thought he’d left pottery behind, but his longtime passion had other ideas.
Supporting small-scale designers and artisans at Of a Kind...
Three books focused on makers, including a monograph on Edmund de Waal.
Seven artists explore the allure of gold, gilt, and other glamorous surfaces.
Head to Toe
A roundup of handmade accessories...
Libby Lane's built-to-last leather bags.
Means of Production
Manufacture New York aims to restore the city’s status as a fashion-production powerhouse.
Jeweler Lauren Vanessa Tickle's currency conversions.
A chat with the Textile Museum's director John Wetenhall about the organization's new digs.
Pelts and Armor
A group of artists who excel at scratching the surface...
Catherine Latson's lush Fern Dress.
Shows to See: August/September 2014
Spectacular shows to see from Memphis to Montana...
Small Town Big Scene
Design-savvy artisans and entrepreneurs are revitalizing Hudson, New York.
Leo Adams' house is a work of art some 40 years in the making.
Erik Noren’s bicycle designs aren’t just flashy; they’re also built beautifully.
Last season's fashion, this year's trash.
Web Extras: August/September 2014
As seen in the current issue of American Craft magazine...
What Was a Turning Point in Your Career?
Readers answer our question about career turning points...