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Virtues of Craft: The Impact of Artisans With Vision

"Milano," image courtesy of Brian Gretch

By Kyle Studstill.   There is a blog called But Does It Float that has been running for about 5 or 6 years. In each post, one of three curators simply pairs images from online archives of visual art with a poetic … Continue reading

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Bursting the Maker Bubble: Part 2

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By Regina Connell. Part 1 of Bursting the Maker Bubble certainly touched a nerve. It seems that more than a few people—of the serious “maker” tribe, in particular—have been seeing the same things, feeling the same way. There were also … Continue reading

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The New Luxury: Secret Objects

The New Luxury: Secret Objects

By Regina Connell. Secrets. They’re not supposed to exist, are they? We’re supposed to tell it all, share it all, let it all hang out, preferably online. Mental health types talk about the corrosive effects of secrets.  We barely tolerate the … Continue reading

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Ideas: Bursting the Maker Bubble: Part 1

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By Regina Connell. We’ve been at this for a few years now, covering indie makers, talking about issues in the space, and exploring what it means to be a maker. And it was heady for a while, covering all these … Continue reading

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