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The New Luxury: When “Ethics” Are Not Enough

Adidas made from ocean waste, image courtesy of AdWeek

By Regina Connell. Don’t get me wrong. I do love bunnies. I do love artisans. I do love the earth. I do love people (for the most part). But the Ethical Marketing Machine? Not so much. I used to be a big … Continue reading

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Bursting the Maker Bubble: Part 2

Team élu

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 big picture: DesignNation

Leatherwork by Helen Amy Murray via Lawrence Leopold Interiors

By Regina Connell. As far as we’re concerned, fine contemporary craft (DesignCraft) can’t get enough love. And in some countries, like the US, it’s really individuals who fund contemporary craft, along with a handful of museums and arts institutions. And … Continue reading

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