Etsy’s Communications Director responds to Emily Matchar’s “Homeward Bound,” a critique of craft entrepreneurship and the meaning of the DIY movement.
Step aside, fellas! The art of grilling is an equal-opportunity activity, despite generations of marketing designed to make it look guy-centric.
He has the most viewed TED Talk of all time. Now, Sir Ken Robinson talks with us about creativity and finding your “Element.”
Get ready to be dazzled by the gem-like finds of this week’s Guest Pinner.
An outdoorsy couple brought the beachy wedding of their dreams to life in the wild woods of the American west.
In Los Angeles, a letterpress printer and a shop specializing in fine artists’ papers work together to stay afloat in a precarious market.
He’s big, he’s bad, and he’s all ours — for a conversation about food, dead rock stars, and doing it by hand.
We asked, and you answered! Read on for stories shared by Etsy members about the remarkable women who fostered their creative talents.
Feast your eyes on the amazingly gorgeous sweet treats created by Marcella Robin of Portland, Oregon.
Mythbuster Adam Savage responds to your questions about indie culture, explosions, and swimming in mayonnaise.
Learn the fascinating story (and canny marketing) behind the gorgeously swirled colors of these collectible pieces.
Watch a master practitioner compose delicate patterns that transform a simple sheet of paper into a work of art.
Hardworking and unpretentious, this is one kitchen tool that gets better with age.
Our Editor in Chief takes a moment to say hello and shares what to expect on the Etsy Blog this month.
Jo and Stu honored their shared love of art and music in a humanist ceremony that included planting an olive tree and reciting personal vows.