Intrigued by the melding of sophistication and excess of the ‘20s, Erin Rose Gardner created a line of Art Deco jewelry inspired by the period. Each of these elegant designs also serves as a fully functional roach clip.
A hammock can provide a comfortable resting place, a way to stay cool without using extra electricity, and—in the case of the Do Good Hammock—jobs for over 200 weavers in rural Thailand.
Argentinian jewelry maker Fernanda Sibilia says “inspiration is easy in Buenos Aires.” From blooming Jacaranda to colorful buildings and the people bustling about them, Fernanda’s art reflects the vibrant culture that surrounds her.
What do Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buffalo masterpiece and Drew Kelley’s Prairie Bird Feeder have in common? The “Tree of Life” art glass pattern is a start, but the connection doesn’t stop there.
Meet Glass Challenge champion Heather Trimlett, and learn about the process behind her winning design, her first experiences at the torch, and how she views the world in multicolored glasses.