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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...