Faced with a tough post-college job outlook, Asher Dunn made his own space – and a name for himself.
Jun Kaneko’s creative spark can’t be contained.
Drawn to Fire
Blacksmith Shawn Lovell puts soul into steel.
Home as Lens
Photographer Leslie Williamson creates intimate portraits of artists through their living spaces.
In Every Issue
Cool Lines, Warm Light
Ceramist Lesley Anton's lamps are subtle, but they're no wallflowers.
The Short List
Craft Your Space
Books full of ideas for the home.
Curiosity Is Key
Glass artist Toots Zynsky reflects on a lifetime of exceptional creative expression.
Wide World of Craft
DIY Delight in the Heart of Texas
Arts and crafts are headlining in fiercely independent Austin,Texas.
Goods: February/March 2013
Useful and beautiful...
How We Live
Forage Modern Workshop aims not just to sell goods for the home, but to get customers to think about them.
Knitwear for Furniture
Sinje Ollen's knitted covers rejuvenate midcentury furniture.
Barton Lidicé Beneš' transformed currency is among the work in "Love Me Tender."
Pieces of a Whole
Textiles, organic farming, and Americana come together in Folk Fibers quilts.
Room of Our Own
Home, sweet home: It's a personal thing.
Shows to See
Shows to See: February/March 2013
NCECA, Herman Miller, the legendary Isamu Noguchi, and more!
The Personal Is Professional
Project Art is alive with artists, exhibitions, and events. It’s also Leslie Ferrin’s home.
The Science of Spaces
An interview with Esther Sternberg, whose latest book discusses the power of interior design.
Artists interpret the human heart.
Web Extras: February/March 2013
As seen in the February/March 2013 issue of American Craft magazine...
The Big Questions
What Do Museums Want?
What are museums looking for when it comes to acquiring craft collections — if they are looking at all?
What Does Your Living Space Say About You?
Homes provide clues about artists' inner worlds.
On Our Radar
Audrey Rosulek's career in ceramics has been taking off at top speed.