The Steinrueck brothers’ studio is more than a woodshop. In addition to crafting their handmade wood wares in their San Francisco shop, Chris and David also teach classes to introduce others to woodworking.
Tricia Wright started weaving because she didn’t want to see a pile of bike tubes left over from an art sculpture she’d created end up in the trash. Now, Tricia’s turning reclaimed rubber into durable, “waste negative” rugs.
Jen Pleasants’ motto—she believed she could, so she did—is more than a saying stamped on one of her best-selling jewelry designs. Step inside the artist’s studio to see why.
Molly McGrath learned to use a laser cutter in architecture school. Now, she uses two of them (nicknamed Larry and Lola) to create her entrancing geometric art. Step inside her San Francisco studio!
Woodworking designer Dave Marcoullier shares his giant creative space with massive Burning Man sculptures, 250 “mad scientists,” and a friendly dog. Take a tour of his San Francisco studio to learn how he extracts inspiration from loud machines and organized chaos.