You can seriously get lost in these 4 examples of well-made, handmade jewelry. All of them are made by talented
Looking for something new and exciting for your handmade collection? Try these stunning creations from the IKKX shop. Nao, a Belgium-based interior designer creates these one-of-a-kind pieces from cotton yarn, recycled silk saris and her unique polymer clay hoops.
Mixing traditional crafting methods with modern style, Idni Idniama has created a wonderful crocheted collection for her idniama shop.
Warm and lush, Shira Paz’s collection of necklaces and scarves are must-haves for your handmade wardrobe. The necklaces are made
Jewelry designer and goldsmith Galit Barak has the perfect handmade collection, called TheFORMA, for those of you looking for clean
My Facebook stream (which, by the way, is full of modern handmade goods from around the globe, naturally!) has been
This is what happens when copper, wool and rope are mixed together by an architect with a love for great
A year ago, I interviewed Meghann Rader and showcased her hand-drawn pendants. I stopped by her Etsy shop to discover that she’s added some amazing handmade creations to her collection.
Shira Gropper has such a creative eye. It’s hard to believe that her Sheeebz collection started with a few scrap
Sometimes I find an artist that I believe really deserves some attention. I kinda feel like one of those traders on Wall Street yelling “Buy! Buy!”, but hey, that’s what the LAB is all about. Joana Garganté’s VATUA collection just blew my mind and I just had to share it with you.
You’d never know it by looking at the exquisitely made pieces, but they’re made from discarded materials. You heard me right, they’re made from trash. Stuff like discarded sailing and mountain climbing cords, wicks for oil lamps, resin commonly used in car parts, fabric and straps used for blinds and so on.
So mesmerizing, so beautiful. Saara Kaatra is an amazing artist and one that I’m thrilled to share with LAB readers. Just look at these precious little cups. They’re called Handled Lemons and Saara uses lemons to shape each one. Using Limoges porcelain and an array of pigments, she glazes the inside of each cup with a high gloss lead free glaze. Th outside retains itslemon-like surface. Each cup has a totally unique hand modelled mini handle. There are only ten available, so act fast to purchase these works of art.