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Goods: New Use for An Old Material

Tsuki by Satoshi Umeno for Yasuda Kawara

By Regina Connell. In some parts of the world, like the US, craft is very much about art or perhaps domestic tradition. But in other more ancient cultures, it’s often about the ingenuity of people working over centuries to create … Continue reading

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Noticed: Something Not So Shiny but New

The making of a cuff

By Regina M. Connell. I’m not sure where this comes from but I’m incredibly picky about metals and finishes. Overall, patina and texture work for me, feels easier to live with and is more straightforward to blend with what you … Continue reading

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