It’ll be a lot easier to identify your bag on the carousel with one of these handsome handcut leather luggage tags from Porter & Hazel. Choose from a variety of sentiments offered, or customize one with a fave quote or personal info.
Tel Aviv-based artist Ariel Zuckerman uses paper origami techniques to create his striking lighting series; he stretches, folds and twists two dimensional sheets for the unexpected result, which looks great whether illuminated or not.
“Where things come from matter.” Morgan Spurlock’s short documentary features five artisans: a seventh generation potter, two chefs and two knife makers. Crafted looks at their fears, failures, passion and achievements.
Each of Dominator’s handmade leather bags is embellished with dramatic custom prints made by pyrogravure – the art of delicately burning the material to create a tattoo-like image. Also available as laptop sleeves and backpacks.
Once you get past the silly computer voiceovers, you’ll be treated to the construction of an incredibly detailed scale model of Paris’ iconic Eiffel Tower, built from 2779 sticks of bamboo by artist Srinivas Thatipally. Feeling ambitious now?
Bad Girl Shenanigans’ handpainted Belcher family nesting dolls are perfect for fans of the quirky Fox animated show. We can almost hear Linda shouting “All-riiight!” The only thing better would be if Louise’s bunny ears actually stuck out.
Paris-based artist Dimitri Tsykalov has a very cool collection of knit credit card art. When displayed in a gallery, the still-attached balls of yarn are placed on the floor to mimic the unraveling of financial markets around the globe.
For those beloved TA readers who are animal owners and have sarcastic senses of humor, may we present Bad Tags – pet tags that are quite the opposite of cute. Available in a variety of politically incorrect and amusing sayings.
Handmade from premium Horween leather, Bronxton’s versatile roll-up case can hold up to seven tools, cables, watches, or other items, so long as they measure less than 8″ long. Available in your choice of colors.
In this episode from Gucci Japan’s video series entitled “Hand“, Japanese woodworker Noboru Honma shows off the technique of parquetry, in which blocks of wood are assembled into intricate patterns, then shaved into razor-thin slices.
A look behind the labor-intensive process of crafting the leather seats and steering wheels for Bentley’s luxury automobiles. While robots play a part, much of the work is still done by hand and on individual sewing machines.
A brief profile about Peter Bellerby and his company Bellerby & Co. Globemakers, preserving the art of handcrafting globes – taking commissions for movies, artists and other high profile clients. Documentary by Cabnine.
If your goal is to dress to match your Lambo, the handmade leather Koch belt is a good place to start. The buckle is made of 100% solid carbon fiber, which means you don’t have to take it off at airports or security checks.
Carpenter Carlos Alberto created this intricate handmade Vespa scooter for his daughter, Daniella – replacing all but the mechanical components with laminated hardwoods. And yes, it actually does ride.
An elegant and substantial pen crafted from solid aluminum alloy and the shell of an actual coconut. Each piece of the tropical tree nut is CNC machined and hand-polished to become part of the grip and cap of the pen.
These palm-sized metal skulls by propmaker Faustus70 are like having a tiny T-800 Terminator you can carry with you. Made from aluminum sheets riveted over a resin form. Buy a dozen, and fill your fruitbowl with ’em.