People who love making things:
“I need to believe in the power of design to facilitate inclusive conversations for action.” Read more.
“The series came to life, because I needed a place for all of my impractical ideas to live.” Read more.
“Make what you love and make it personal.” Read more.
“We push and pull on each food idea until we’re really excited about how to create them as an edible experience.” Read more.
“I thought that a site that gathered together all the things that were built to last could fill a big gap in the sustainable market.” Read more.
“We became so passionate about living a healthier lifestyle that we couldn’t enjoy it ourselves. We want everyone to feel this awesome!” Read more.
“I take all criticism seriously, and use it as a chance to adjust how we do things to work better.” Read more.
“I’m a big space nerd.” Read more.
“Drawing has always been something I was compelled to do.” Read more.
“I start a collection with an inspiration that will drive the mood of the season.” Read more.
“As an artist who works in documentary, I believe that across the board: artists throughout history have always held up a mirror to society.” Read more.
“Are small presses even relevant anymore? I think so.” Read more.
“ I tend to take my time designing a typeface—because I want to give it everything possible.” Read more.
“I enjoy the problem-solving in creating communicative imagery.” Read more.
“Basically, with a hand-painted sign, you are saying this place is meant to be here and stay here.” Read more.
“I have always loved detail, and I find in life that I get easily distracted by the details of everyday things.” Read more.
“I have been drawing longer than writing, but there is something about writing that is the taproot of all that I do.” Read more.
“From the very beginning, I started to look at letters and its design as ways to express ideas and concepts.” Read more.
“We know how precious our materials are—it’s part of our passion for creating something worthy of the wood.” Read more.
“I keep working as a ceramic artist, because I will I ever exhaust the possibilities of what clay can do.” Read more.
“In order for everyone to do their best work, they need to feel like they’re on the same page.”
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