Take a look inside the Brooklyn studio of jewelry and industrial designer Emily Rothschild.
Meet Kim Jakum: designer of the Personalized Children's Necklace, winner of the 2012 Jewelry Design Challenge and the newest addition to the Uncommon Artists family.
A great portfolio is a must-have in the visual world of design, but what's the best way to build an eye-catching image collection? Ceramicist Tasha McKelvey captured our judges' attention and won our first Ceramics Design Challenge with her uncommon piece. Here's her advice on creating content to get the attention of art show judges, buyers like ours, and others in the art world.
Choosing new merchandise to feature on our website and in our catalog is definitely a lot of fun, but it isn't always easy! Luckily, we have a community of design-savvy voters eager to help us out. Each week we add a fresh batch of potential products to our community voting app and watch as voters tell us what makes something unique, useful, and attractive enough to be considered an uncommon good.
Situated above a Brooklyn art gallery, in a space shared by artists of varying mediums, Aaron’s single room looked more like a museum at first glance than a jewelry studio.
Someone very important to me is getting married. Weddings are a big deal, and I'm thrilled, but I'm also a bit overwhelmed. Why am I overwhelmed when it isn't my wedding? Because I'm now tasked with finding the PERFECT wedding gift. Finding that gift that says it all shouldn't be that hard, right? After all, I have known the guy his whole life. So before I get into the details of my quest to find that best-wedding-gift-ever gift, here's a little background info...