This post is really about simplicity. As Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once said, “Simplicity in character, in manners, in style; in
A lot of artists wear multiple hats. It’s really not that surprising; many of us love (and often seem to
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
When Viola Joyner first contacted me about a LAB feature, I immediately hopped over to her site to check out
Here’s another edition to Wall & Wear. The combos you see below showcase wearable jewelry and beautiful photography from two
Rope is not the first material that comes to mind as a go-to for creating a haute handmade jewelry collection.
Brass and epoxy never looked so good! Noy Alon has created an incredible handmade jewelry collection that is so mesmerizing
Mixing concrete, ceramics and wood into one cohesive, handmade jewelry collection takes real talent and Sera Rogers has mastered it.
Welcome to a new feature for the LAB: Wall&Wear. I used to do a similar feature called See/Wear, but Wall&Wear
Is it possible that the branding for Art of P is grander than the collection itself? Perhaps, but if this exceptional collection
Here we go again! A new logo means a new Handmade Style format. To kick things off, I thought I’d highlight
How’s this for a fun mix of modern handmade goods? I’ve been trying to figure out which piece I like
Branding need not be complicated to work, as you can see from the branding for Wood&Cut, a collection of handmade
In my quest to bring you the best modern handmade goods on the planet, I’ve had the privilege to introduce