The Week in Craft: December 19, 2018

The Week in Craft: December 19, 2018

Your weekly dose of links about craft, art, design, and whatever else we’re excited about sharing

Published on Wednesday, December 19, 2018.
OWL, Paper Lamp, Elephant Family

These DIY paper lamp kits are by the design brand OWL.

Courtesy of OWL

Light up your holidays with these geometric animal lamp kits by Lisbon-based design brand OWL.

There's still time to do some last-minute shopping in our Amazon Handmade pop-up shop featuring ACC show artists' work.

Vulture, the culture and entertainment site for New York magazine, offers some insightful commentary on the relationship between art, artists, and Instagram in 2018.

Debuting this year, Lost & Found is a stop-motion film that tells the story of the endearing friendship of two crocheted animal toys living in the lost and found bin of a Japanese restaurant.

Good Company, a podcast about the intersection of creativity and business and hosted by Grace Bonney, just released an incredibly inspiring episode featuring her conversation with Tavi Gevinson, former editor and founder of Rookie magazine, Nora Gomez-Strauss of Public Art Fund, and Jen Tolentino of Rock the Vote, about how they are using their platforms for change and collaboration across communities.

Design Sponge shares the top 10 organizations and brands doing good in the world that they recommend supporting this holiday season.

Visual AIDS is now accepting submissions for its annual "Postcards from the Edge" exhibition and fundraiser.

The Joyce Foundation recently announced the recipients of the 2019 Joyce Awards that honor collaborative work by artists of color and institutions in the Great Lakes region.

Kaywin Feldman, former director of the Minneapolis Institute of Art, will be the first female director of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.