This post is really about simplicity. As Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once said, “Simplicity in character, in manners, in style; in
The subject of objets d’art has been on my brain lately. When you spend as much time as I do
A lot of artists wear multiple hats. It’s really not that surprising; many of us love (and often seem to
Looking through my archives, I realized that I haven’t featured a ton of textile makers over the past few years.
Where do you begin to explain the splendor that is Maddalena Bearzi’s handmade jewelry collection? I’ve spent hours perusing her
I’ve been pondering over this quote from Carl Jung, as I’ve examined Marcela Gracia’s sublime ON FOUNDATIONS collection: “The meeting
As soon as I saw the antlers, I knew I had to feature this collection of handmade leather bags from
Angela McGrath is definitely an artist that you need to know. Consider this: not only is she an innovator in
When Viola Joyner first contacted me about a LAB feature, I immediately hopped over to her site to check out
empatía is a Buenos Aires-Based design studio entrusted with the branding for Argentina’s LUTHIA handmade bags and backpacks. Designing under
When I first saw Danielle Delucia’s collection of handmade bags called Crow, I was immediately struck by the bold lines.
I’m sitting in the LAB tonight (Sunday, July 25) reviewing my notes for the week and realizing that I’m about
There is a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson that comes to mind when I discover a new collection of artfully
I just picked up a new iPad Air 2 and I needed to get a case pronto. Thankfully, there are
I discovered Ölend while searching for handmade goods on Behance. It’s really an untapped resource for bloggers and I’m always surprised