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More from This Issue
Aurélie Guillaume’s offbeat enamel jewelry.
Bent Into Shape
Erin Smith’s career path has taken as many twists and turns as her colorful clay-and-neon lamps.
Goods for the home.
Makwa Studio’s boldly patterned winter wear.
Old Becomes New
New books, including When Makers Meet.
A picture is worth a thousand words – especially when it’s sliced, stitched, or printed on unexpected materials.
The International Museum of Dinnerware Design doesn’t yet have a permanent home, so director Margaret Carney stores the collection in her Ann Arbor abode.
Steve Tobin's Steelroot.
Craft has always been political.
Shows to See: December / January 2018
The winter's top shows.
Sisterhood Is Powerful
Baltimore furniture maker Sarah Marriage on sexism in the woodshop and why she created a place for women to take risks and build experience.
The Compound that Sam Built
The craft world lost a giant when Sam Maloof died in 2009, but through the Maloof Foundation, his legacy lives on.
The Crafter’s Box
The Crafter’s Box and the difference a kit makes.
The Good Life
Cozy and laid-back, Copenhagen is a must-visit for foodies, designers, makers, and others with a keen sense of style.
Wood in Eric Bright’s guitars comes from a surprising source: the bottom of the lake he lives by.