Nils Wessell creates beautiful cutting boards in his woodshop in Brooklyn’s Industry City. We visited the space to smell fresh sawdust, marvel at power tools in action, and get a closer look at the craftsmanship behind Nils’ handmade designs.
Echoing the rippling pond just steps from his studio, Brian Kunkelman is a potter who goes with the flow to create his unique stoneware.
Our makers never fail to motivate us, encourage our creativity, and fill us with inspiration. So, when a new design enters our assortment, we’re always excited to learn more about the people behind the product. Meet Kristin Hinrichs, the artist behind our new Crackling Candles.
“My main drive is the fact that each piece has so many different meanings for its owner,” says UncommonGoods jewelry artist Kathy Bransfield. “This is what touches me the most and keeps my heart on fire.”
Lishu and Leonardo Rodriguez of El Dot Designs take sustainability into account for everything they do - from working with artisans in underprivileged countries to using renewable materials like bamboo.