“I really believe that everyone should have access to something that truly delights them.” – Darah
Turntables and albums were supposedly doomed by the advent of the MP3, but a new generation of collectors is reveling in the rich sound of vinyl.
Seeing is believing: this incredible invention could revolutionize mobility in a previously unfathomable way.
This week in Washington, DC, 48,000 panels of the AIDS Memorial Quilt will be on display, a handmade tribute to lives tragically lost.
“I knit all the time– everywhere and everything. It’s a kind of an obsession.” – Lena Maikon
“Creating was always a part of me – sketching, painting, making things, observing and having fun with imagery. I have always been a visual person.”
For thirty years, Billie Ruth Sudduth has created remarkable baskets using traditional techniques and classical formulas of beauty and proportion.
Out of dismal facts and figures comes a pointed question which no artist can avoid.
With the help of 28,000 potted flowers, artist Anna Schuleit transforms a mental hospital into a beautiful meditation on psychiatric well-being.
Once a homeschooled child herself, Emilee Gettle is now passing down an education that encourages “pursuing your dreams while using your hands.”
“It is fulfilling to hear how meaningful our items are to customers. We have had some buy vintage jewelry that their great-grandma used to have.”
The beauty pageant of today is a far cry from yesteryear, when full-figured women reached for the crown as a means to their academic dreams.
Once considered a novelty, insects have now been proven as a sustainable alternative to meat. Are you prepared to eat a mealworm to save the planet?
Bringing the tastes of the urban consumer directly to the rural artisan, this organization is enacting real change, one block print at a time.
Hello Etsy speaker Charty Durrant delves into the ramifications of fast fashion, and the pressing opportunities for mindful shopping.