The Craft of Design: Simon Pearce
Simon Pearce's glass and pottery has made his name a brand and his Vermont studio a tourist destination.
The Craft of Design: Thomas Moser
Thomas Moser always knew his furniture needed to be salable, as well as to make a personal artistic statement.
The Craft of Design: Denyse Schmidt
Denyse Schmidt found a niche designing quilts for contemporary interiors that are inspired by the beauty and sophistication of historic American quilts.
The Craft of Design: Annie Costello Brown
Brown designs jewelry for Yves Saint Laurent and Urban Outfitters.
The Craft of Design: Molly Hatch
A "lovely marriage" of maker and company is how she describes her collaboration with Anthropologie.
The Craft of Design: Tyler Hays
Turning a lifelong obsession with materials and craftsmanship into a high-profile brand...
The Craft of Design: Alison Berger
Through designing glass objects for Hermès and Holly Hunt, Alison Berger has learned that "you can produce things in a production house with the level of integrity of art."
The Craft of Design: Frances Palmer
Ceramic artist Frances Palmer's work is her own, whether made in her studio or in Niagara China's upstate New York factory.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Very Young Octogenarian
Wendell Castle's life seems as playful and practical as his furniture.
An encounter with Jason Hackenwerth's gigantic balloon sculptures.
The Craft of Design
Eight craftspeople who have made the leap into design.
In This Issue
A Bent for Design
Eames, Saarinen, and the birth of plywood furniture.
Forget those boring industrial robots.
Vitreluxe glass studio's creative approach to production.
Design for All
Ornamentum Gallery goes beyond its owners' original intention.
Fun and Fellowship
The American Craft Council celebrated new members of its College of Fellows.
Three new books with big points for style.
If You Were Not in Your Current Career, What Path Would You Take?
Roads not taken.
Fiber artist Sonya Philip turns garment-making into a public dialogue.
Making the Leap to Design
Not every craftsperson wants to be a designer.
Now Online: December/January 2013
Bonus interviews from our design issue and more!
Erik Bogner draws on influences from folklore to cyberpunk to create his artful blades.
The spiritual markings of tattoo artist Roni Zulu.
Sao Paolo: Design Melting Pot
São Paulo's bustling cross-cultural craft scene...
Shows to See: December/January 2013
Must-see shows this winter.
Style as Destiny
How a couple crafts a very personal living space.
The Second Act
Former opera singer Michael Scarborough's best role yet.
When Skill Is Communal
Is technique finally cheap?