Printmaker Matt Butler's grandfather was very passionate about lettering, typography, and printmaking. Matt likes to think that his grandad would approve of his career choice.
Mike Whitehead's team of cast iron pan making artisans works in an old WW2 machine shop with high wooden ceilings, natural light and a tiny view of Portland's Willamette River.
UncommonGoods artist Teri Stratford loves, loves, loves her work. She's super happy in her studio, which "vibrates with spiritual energy;" and making her art gives her "the sheer joy of doing something that just makes me giggle with delight on a regular basis."
Chris Dimino made his first version of the Keyboard Waffle Iron at art school. He decided to make it a real, functioning thing after receiving countless requests over the years.
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.