Incense has been around for millennia, and is relatively simple to make. It can be purchased at any gift shop for a few dollars, so why spring for the handmade, whole-plant version?
In a tiny town in Italy, the ancient art of handmade, rust-printed textiles is still alive, thanks to a piece of living history: a stone-and-wood mangle…
Where else would you hold an annual marble-carving symposium but in a town called Marble, founded to mine a particularly white form of this stone? Our…
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Our guest editor talks about growing up "half-Indian" in Northern New Mexico, and the story behind the stories of our first issue focused on Native…
His creations may be wacky—and wildly funny—but Michael Montenegro, who some have called the Samuel Beckett of modern American puppeteers, is not just…
Meet some Pueblo artisans who are sustaining the ancient crafts of their tribes, thanks in part to an iconic painter who documented her culture's…
A lifetime of tinkering has led Brian Boggs to create a line of innovative woodworking tools, and some of the world’s finest chairs.
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