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What makes a bar great.
Touring Tulsa with the man behind the Art of Manliness.
David Lynch on the unknown sources of creative ideas.
Taking a closer look at how Hemingway accomplished so much.
An illustrator's beautiful images of Portugal.
Digging deep into my Cuba film archive for black and white images.
We've partnered with Simple and Tanner Goods to give away a wallet to a Hand & Eye reader (sponsored).
Inside the studio of a boatbuilder turned furniture maker.
Real Talk: To calm a distracted mind, put on a record.
Well-read friends of the Hand & Eye offer their favorite beach reads.
Talking with the filmmaker behind Helvetica and the new Dieter Rams documentary.
Talking to the Chicago-based artist for the Huckberry Artist Series.
Tap into some sound system rhythms.
Why wouldn't you?
Taking a look at the humble A-Frame.
Something sort of amazing started happening on Cape Cod in the beginning of the 20th Century. Designers, architects (trained and untrained), Boston brahmins and bohemians created something of a modern design mecca in the dunes and woods of Truro and Wellfleet. The result was a myriad of beautiful Bauhaus summer cottages scattered amid a remarkable landscape, and an active community of builders, intellectuals and others all connected by their love for the aesthetic.
This history is detailed in Cape Cod Modern, a book as well-researched as it is beautiful.