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Around Town : Craft Sale Vendors

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Because so many of you have been asking about the craft sale vendors, we’ve started a list of links below (so as not to overwhelm, we’ll post the rest soon).  And if you weren’t able to make it out last Saturday, consider this your virtual craft sale!  Also- if you’ll be in the NYC area …

Meet : Alexander Girard

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You probably find Alexander Girard’s (1907-1993) playful imagery familiar. Much of his most recognizable work originated with his textile designs for Herman Miller between 1952-1975. His work’s color and whimsy , largely inspired by folk arts from around the world, compliments the furniture developed at the same time. …like this wall hanging he designed for …

Meet : Saul Steinberg

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This will be the first of many “Meet…” posts by the Crafts Dept. It will be our way of sharing inspiring people and work that we have enjoyed for years, or recently discovered. We all have different aesthetics and backgrounds, which should make for a very exciting collection! Saul Steinberg’s (1914-1999) body of work includes …

Meet : Morgan Levine

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You’ve already seen the Crafter Profiles in April’s Living. This week we’re introducing some of our other crafty contributors… My first freelance job at Martha Stewart involved making about a billion crepe paper daffodils. After that, I was hooked. Dennison, a crepe paper manufacturer, popularized crepe flower making as a cheap and fun way to …

Meet : Blake & Corinne

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The April issue of Living profiles 4 of our craft editors and their personal work. We are excited to highlight the work of a few more of our talented creators here. First up, editors Blake Ramsey & Corinne Gill. Stay tuned for more profiles of other blog contributors later this week! As office mates in …