For over thirty years, Jim Power has been transforming Manhattan’s East Village with mosaics, one lamppost at a time.
This short film by Smith Journal profiles Ray Gascoigne, maker of magical ships in bottles.
For one Philadelphia retailer, rescuing the past’s utilitarian treasures is more than a business – it’s a calling.
For thirty years, Stephen Bilenky has built custom bicycles with an eye to quality, utility and beauty.
Watch as jeweler Panagiotis Gourlonis crafts a ring by hand in this moody, mesmerizing video.
A freelance shoemaker, weaver and paper sculptor explains how his diverse practices inform one another and lead to discovery.
Wherever the day takes you — past rock ‘n’ rollers, friendly mimes, or rainbow boot wearing yetis — follow your heart.
For two young jewelers, growing their business has created opportunities to support other local makers and industries.
A young Maine filmmaker crafts a portrait of a mentor who has found an unexpected passion: building custom motorcycles.
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One woman’s passion for collecting created an unexpected opportunity when her family faced dire financial hardships.
Former ranch hand Kyle Rosfeld found a new path making traditional cowboy boots.
Sylvester Ayek continues to uphold the traditions of his Iñupiat elders: hunting, foraging, and the craft of carving walrus ivory and wood.
With a deep-seated passion for beading, Tlingit Native elder Mabel Pike is dedicated to passing on the traditions of her clan’s culture.
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