QQ’s childhood drawings, notes, and receipts share some words of encouragement for letting go.
Inspired by Denny Daniels and his Museum of Interesting Things, these apparati carry on the time-honored tradition of invention and innovation.
In 2007, real estate agent John Maloof stumbled upon a box of negatives that turned out to be the beginning of an epic street photography project.
Tami Cohen’s been feeling more mid-century modern these days, so a collection of objects and memories are making their way to Goodwill.
What would New Year’s Eve be without its sequins? Even zombie theremin ponies want to shine.
Whether letterpress or gocco, kittens or robots, these cards will show the gift-givers in your life just how much you appreciate their efforts.
Loaded with trans fats, stuffed with aspartame, and smothered in high fructose corn syrup — this art and fashion goes down smooth.
Noah, Laurie, and Derek may be new to the Etsy community, but they’re stirring things up with a beer whose craft and skill is deliciously palpable.
Sew up your violent tears of flesh with a steady hand and an empirical eye for the experimental. These needles wander astray.
Hibernation is merely the means. Climb inside the cocoons and wombs of potential transformation.
Forgo the kitchen succulents for mesmerizing fractals of Tupperware mold and the intricate web of tile muck instead.
Canadian illustrator Marc Johns attempts to find the humor in a world that doesn’t always make sense, all within his tiny handmade notebooks.
Find domestic bliss with a regulation size pool table ice sculpture, ice cream truck bed, or bull dog foot stool.
From the Steampunk Cyborg Hare Marionette to the Grandma Goblin, these creations defy the very strings that give them life.
We understand ourselves not only by what we have acquired, but also by what we have given up.