It's not everyday you get invited to the studio of a puppet maker.Read More
Tall Cotton Supply’s Jim Morgan has a unique view of development in New York. He runs a salvage company that reclaims whatever it can from so many old buildings being torn down here in the city.Read More
Lost rolls of film are found, and developed.Read More
Talking design, music and restaurants with Taavo Somer.Read More
Aside from being the maker of highly-designed writing instruments, Ian Schon is also an design engineer by day and competitive cyclecross rider during the weekends. We visited him in his Brookline shop to see his newest project.Read More
In a little shop in Gowanus, Dan Krugman is making some incredibly-sophisticated instruments.Read More
Back when Bennett started seeding Duxbury Bay with oysters in the early 90s, he was warned it was a bad idea. Now some twenty years later, with a booming oyster farm, two restaurants in Boston, an e-commerce business and a foundation committed to creating sustainable aquaculture projects around the world, Skip Bennet’s idea doesn’t seem so laughable.Read More
I launched this blog eight months ago with a pretty simple idea: I wanted to document a new group of craftsmen, artisans and creative entrepreneurs often referred to as makers, and celebrate their work in the process. It’s been amazing.
For now, I wanted to share a few of my favorite photos from the last eight months. They are, for whatever reason, the images I like and appreciate. I hope you do as well.Read More
Pensa means “think” in Italian, which couldn’t be more fitting for a company responsible for producing such thoughtful designs. I recently got to visit their Dumbo shop to see their entry in the Oregon Manifest bike design competition and see their work space as well.Read More
It turns out it’s still possible to find a hidden gem.
And Acme Vintage Furniture in New Haven CT is just that.Read More
The Knickerbocker Mfg. Co. half pipe isn’t getting a lot of use these days. That’s a good thing.Read More