Design matters, even to cats! For function, durability, warmth, protection from the elements, and publicity.
Philadephia jewelry designer, Stacey Lee Webber, creates her pieces from pennies and small coins--making art from what could easily be overlooked and discarded. The same can be said for her incredible studio and living space. Situated within the former Globe Dye Works factory--a space she calls home, work, and the location of her wedding--her space is one of the most uncommon I've ever visited. Aside from having been saved from scrapping and recycled, the factory is home to many other designers and just oozes creativity. Stacey's studio also serves as storage for her creative friends' projects that won't fit anywhere…
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Design duo Jason Snyder & Briana Feola share the inspiration behind their Earth Science artwork and tell us what it's like working with UncommonGoods Product Development.
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