Edited by Nicole Stuckenberger
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College
University Press of New England
Alison Bourke takes us on a tour of the London craft scene during one of the city's busiest times of year-the London Design Festival building up to the Origin and Collect shows.
By Kathleen Mangan
Essay by Don Davidson
$35 ($20 students and artists)
Some say that bad things come in threes. Others expect good things to come in pairs. Andrew Wagner ponders both and reflects on the multiple ways to interpret today's craft scene.
Virginia Gardiner spends a theoretical day at the beach with furniture maker Max Lamb and his Pewter Stools cast in sand and also learns a thing or two about his new Poly Chairs.
Lily Kane gets to know the Brooklyn-based brothers William and Steven Ladd, whose projects-elaborate beaded objects in personalized packaging-flow freely between the worlds of fashion, design, art and craft.
By Eleanor Heartney, Helaine Posner, Nancy Princenthal and Sue Scott
Foreword by Linda Nochlin
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