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    • Handicraft

    • A handicraft, sometimes more precisely expressed as artisanal handicraft or handmade, is any of a wide variety of types of work where useful and decorative objects are made completely by hand or by using only simple tools. It is a traditional main sector of craft, and applies to a wide range of creative and design acti ... Read »


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    • Amberina

    • Amberina is the name of a type two-toned glassware, which was originally made from 1883 to about 1900. Amberina was patented by Joseph Locke of the New England Glass Company, and was produced extensively there. It was also produced a lot by the successor company the Libbey Glass Company at Toledo, Ohio, into the 1890s. ... Read »


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    • American craft

    • American craft is craft work produced by independent studio artists, working with traditional craft materials and/or processes such as wood, woodworking or furniture making, glass or glassblowing, clay or ceramics, textiles, metal or metalworking. Studio craft works tend to either serve or allude to a functional or uti ... Read »


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    • Amish doll

    • Amish dolls are a type of rag doll and a popular form of American folk art, which originated as children's toys among the Old Order Amish people. While some Amish dolls have faces, the best-known ones do not, to emphasize the fact that all are alike in the eyes of God. There are several accounts of the origins of ... Read »


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    • Ammonia fuming

    • Ammonia fuming is a wood finishing process that darkens wood and brings out the grain pattern. It consists of exposing the wood to fumes from a strong aqueous solution of ammonium hydroxide which reacts with the tannins in the wood. The process works best on white oak because of the high tannin content of this wood. Fu ... Read »


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    • Aranzi Aronzo

    • Aranzi Aronzo is, as described on the official webpage, the combination of Mr. Aranzi and Mr. Aronzo, which releases Japanese-styled crafts books. In reality, Aranzi Aronzo is a company run by Mrs. Saito and Ms. Yomura that produces original goods. Their catch phrase is "cute, strange, cool, silly, a little bit horribl ... Read »


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    • Artist trading cards

    • Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) is a conceptual art project initiated by the Swiss artist M. Vänçi Stirnemann in 1997. He called it a Collaborative Cultural Performance. Artist Trading Cards are 2 1⁄2 by 3 1⁄2 inches (64 mm × 89 mm) in size, the same format as modern trading cards (hockey ... Read »


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    • Badding Rug

    • The Badding Rug is a Victorian cross-stitch needlepoint made in 1950 entirely by hand by Carolyn Badding of San Leandro, California. Measuring 12 feet by 15 feet, on a Smyrna canvas backing of seven strips assembled to be one piece before any stitching began, it features approximately 1,260,000 stitches in French wool. ... Read »


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    • Baulines Craft Guild

    • Baulines Craft Guild is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting California's craft arts legacy. It was established in 1972 by Tom D'Onofrio. The organization produces a newsletter, organizes exhibitions, education programs and marketing assistance. Art Espenet Carpenter was a founding member. Ida Grae, author ... Read »


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    • Beadwork

    • Beadwork is the art or craft of attaching beads to one another by stringing them with a sewing needle or beading needle and thread or thin wire, or sewing them to cloth. Beads come in a variety of materials, shapes and sizes. Beads are used to create jewelry or other articles of personal adornment; they are also used i ... Read »


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    • Beetlewing

    • Beetlewing, or beetlewing art, is an ancient craft technique using iridescent beetle wings practiced traditionally in Thailand, Myanmar, India, China and Japan. It was common in some of the ancient refined cultures of Asia to attach beetlewing pieces as an adornment to paintings, textiles and jewelry. Different sp ... Read »


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    • Bird of Happiness (toy)

    • Bird of Happiness (Russian: пти́ца сча́стья; IPA: [ˈptʲitsə ˈɕːasʲtʲjə]) is the traditional North Russian wooden toy, carved in the shape of a bird. It was invented by Pomors, the inhabitants of the coasts of the White and Barents Seas. The Bird of ... Read »


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    • John Boson

    • John Boson was a cabinet maker and carver whose work is associated with that of William Kent. It is said that if he had not died at such a relatively young age then his place would have been assured in the history of furniture making in the United Kingdom. He was born around the year 1705 and it is most likely that he ... Read »


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    • Buyers Market of American Craft

    • The American Made Show, (formerly known as the Buyers Market of American Craft) is the nation’s largest wholesale trade show, providing professional studio artists a venue to build relationships with qualified retailers and wholesale craft buyers. Approximately 1,000 artists exhibit to more than 5,000 buyers from ... Read »


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    • Cardmaking

    • Cardmaking is the craft of hand-making greeting cards. Many people with interests in allied crafts such as scrapbooking and stamping have begun to use their skills to start making handmade cards. This has contributed to cardmaking becoming a popular hobby. Traditional high street stores have begun to devote an increas ... Read »


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    • Cittacotte

    • The cittacotte are miniature copies of historical or monumental buildings of Palermo and other Italian cities made only in terracotta. The word cittacotte was invented by Vincenzo Vizzari, and it is composed by the two terms: città (Italian: city) and cotte (Italian: baked), meaning they are miniatures made of fired ... Read »


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    • Corn dolly

    • Corn dollies or corn mothers are a form of straw work made as part of harvest customs of Europe before mechanization. Before Christianisation, in traditional pagan European culture it was believed that the spirit of the corn (in modern American English, "corn" would be "grain") lived amongst the crop, and that the har ... Read »


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    • Craftivism

    • Craftivism is a form of activism, typically incorporating elements of anti-capitalism, environmentalism or third-wave feminism, that is centered on practices of craft - or what can traditionally be referred to as "domestic arts". Craftivism includes, but is not limited to, various forms of needlework. Craftivism is a s ... Read »


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    • Craftivist Collective

    • Craftivist Collective

      The Craftivist Collective is an activist social enterprise which uses craftivism to engage people in social justice issues. It was set up in 2009 by Sarah Corbett. There are around 1000 members worldwide. The main group is based in London with around 10 further active groups. The Craftivist Collective was a runner-up ... Read »


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    • Craftsvilla

    • Craftsvilla is an Indian e-commerce portal that sells ethnic apparel,footwear, fashion accessories,beauty products, handcrafted home accessories and other ethnic fashion and lifestyle products. The company is headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra. Craftsvilla.com uses an online marketplace model by aggregating arti ... Read »


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    • Cricut

    • Cricut

      Cricut is the brand-name of a product range of home die-cutting machines (or cutting plotters) used for scrapbooking and various projects, made by Provo Craft & Novelty, Inc. (also known as "Provo Craft") of Spanish Fork, Utah. The machines are used for cutting paper, felt, vinyl, fabric and other products such as fond ... Read »


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    • Digital scrapbooking

    • Digital scrapbooking is the term for the creation of a new 2D artwork by re-combining various graphic elements. It is a form of scrapbooking that is done using a personal computer, digital or scanned photos and computer graphics software. It is a relatively new form of the traditional print scrapbooking. Digital scrap ... Read »


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    • Duodji

    • Duodji is a traditional Sami handicraft, dating back to a time when the Sami were far more isolated from the outside world than they are today. Duodji tools, clothing and accessories are functional and useful, and may also incorporate artistic elements. Sami duodji artists are able to bring function and art together in ... Read »


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    • Dymkovo toys

    • Dymkovo toys, also known as the Vyatka toys or Kirov toys (Дымковская игрушка, вятская игрушка, кировская игрушка in Russian) are moulded painted clay figures of people and animal ... Read »


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    • Embellishment

    • In sewing and crafts an embellishment is anything that adds design interest to the piece. Items that normally serve a function may also be used as embellishment. For example: ... Read »


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    • Faithbooking

    • Faithbooking, or spiritual scrapbooking is a creative expression of a family's spiritual journey, values and events that are captured in scrapbooks, diaries or journals that combine the use of photographs, decorated papers, scripture, thoughts, prayers, blessings, stories and embellishments such as buttons, ribbon and ... Read »


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    • Fimo

    • Fimo is a name for a brand of polymer clay made by German company Staedtler (STAEDTLER Mars GmbH & Co. KG). Fimo is sold worldwide. Its main U.S. competitor is the American brand Sculpey. The material comes in many different colors; there are many finishes to choose from, and even a softener to use with it because it c ... Read »


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    • Fly tying

    • Fly tying is the process of producing an artificial fly used by fly fishing anglers to catch fish. Helen Shaw, an American professional fly tyer, defined it as the "simple process of binding various materials to a hook with thread". However, thread is no longer always necessary since modern materials such as UV-cured ... Read »


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    • Handicraft Market in Hong Kong

    • Handicraft Market is a platform for everyone, especially DIY artists, to show or sell their originally artistic works and it is highly encouraged in recent years. Usually, the handicraft markets in Hong Kong are held on weekends and holidays. They can be held in various places such as universities, one example is ... Read »


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    • Handmade jewelry

    • Handmade jewelry (or handmade jewellery) is jewelry which has been assembled and formed by hand rather than through the use of machines. According to the guidelines of the Federal Trade Commission, in the United States in order to be stamped or called "handmade" the work must be made solely by hand power or hand guidan ... Read »


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    • Heat press

    • A heat press is a machine engineered to imprint a design or graphic on a substrate, such as a t-shirt, with the application of heat and pressure for a preset period of time. While heat presses are often used to apply designs to fabrics, specially designed presses can also be used to imprint designs on mugs, plates, jig ... Read »


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    • Kargopol toys

    • Kargopol toys (Russian: Каргопольская игрушка) are moulded painted clay figures of people and animals. It is one of the old Russian folk art handicrafts, which is produced in and around the town of Kargopol, Arkhangelsk Oblast, in the north of Russia. It start ... Read »


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    • Kato polyclay

    • Kato polyclay is a brand of oven-hardening polymer clay. The concept of Kato Polyclay was created by the collaboration of Donna Kato, a polymer clay artist, and Van Aken International, a manufacturer of modeling compounds. The material is intended for decorative use such as jewelry, dolls, boxes or vases. Unlike other ... Read »


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    • Khokhloma

    • Khokhloma or Khokhloma painting (хохлома or хохломская роспись in Russian, or Khokhlomskaya rospis', Russian pronunciation: [xəxlɐˈma]) is the name of a Russian wood painting handicraft style and national ornament, known for its vivid f ... Read »


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    • Kholmogory bone carving

    • Kholmogory bone carving (Russian: Холмогорская резная кость) is a traditional handicraft practised in the villages of Kholmogorsky District, Arkhangelsk Oblast, in the north of Russia. The craft of bone carving was developed in the town of Kholmogory ... Read »


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    • Knitting

    • Knitting is a method by which yarn is manipulated to create a textile or fabric. Knitting creates multiple loops of yarn, called stitches, in a line or tube. Knitting has multiple active stitches on the needle at one time. Knitted fabric consists of a number of consecutive rows of interlocking loops. As each row progr ... Read »


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    • Matryoshka doll

    • A matryoshka doll (Russian: матрёшка; IPA: [mɐˈtrʲɵʂkə], matrëška), also known as a Russian nesting doll, or Russian doll, is a set of wooden dolls of decreasing size placed one inside another. The name "matryoshka" (матрёшка), literally "little ... Read »


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    • Barbara McGuire

    • Barbara McGuire is an American artist who is recognized for her works in polymer clay, painting and jewelry design. She has written twelve books and numerous magazine articles on design and instruction including books on polymer clay, wire, beads, and children's art. Her books have been described as "among the most art ... Read »


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    • Mosaic

    • A mosaic is a piece of art or image made from the assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials. It is often used in decorative art or as interior decoration. Most mosaics are made of small, flat, roughly square, pieces of stone or glass of different colors, known as tesserae. Some, especially ... Read »


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    • Paper marbling

    • Paper marbling is a method of aqueous surface design, which can produce patterns similar to smooth marble or other kinds of stone. The patterns are the result of color floated on either plain water or a viscous solution known as size, and then carefully transferred to an absorbent surface, such as paper or fabric. Thro ... Read »


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    • Petrykivka painting

    • Petrykivka painting

      Petrikivka painting (or simply "Petrykivka") is a traditional Ukrainian decorative painting style, originating from the village of Petrykivka in Dnipropetrovsk oblast of Ukraine, where it was traditionally used to decorate house walls and everyday household items. The earliest known examples of this style date from the ... Read »


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    • Phuang malai

    • Phuang malai (พวงมาลัย) are a Thai form of floral garland. They are often given as offerings or kept for good luck. There is no written evidence on who first created phuang malai. The first record of phuang malai was found during the reign of King Rama V or Phrabat Somdet Ph ... Read »


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    • Picot

    • A picot is a loop of thread created for functional or ornamental purposes along the edge of lace, ribbon, crocheted, knitted or tatted material. These loops vary in size, according to their intended function and to their creator's artistic intention. The word picot is pronounced [pē' kō]. It is a diminutive deri ... Read »


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    • Piteado

    • Piteado is an artisan technique where pita or ixtle (thread made from the fiber of the century plant) is embroidered onto leather in decorative patterns. The technique is used to make belts, sandals, hair bands, saddles, and other leather accessories. The technique is popular in Mexico and Central America, and typical ... Read »


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    • Pittsburgh Folk Festival

    • Pittsburgh Folk Festival

      The Pittsburgh Folk Festival is a large multicultural celebration of diverse international ethnic heritages in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Festival has been held annually since 1956. Various cultures are represented through music, folk dance, and performances on the main stage while different vendors sell traditiona ... Read »


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    • Pressed flower craft

    • Pressed flower craft consists of drying flower petals and leaves in a flower press to flatten and exclude light and moisture. Pressing flowers makes them appear flat, and often there is a change in color, ranging from faded colors to a greater intensity of vibrant colors. It has long been practiced as an art form in Ja ... Read »


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    • Pursuitin - an approach to revive Shantiniketan art works

    • If you travel down the alleys of Bengal, you can smell the flavor and essence of cultural all around. Few lost their brightness, few are struggling to survive all odds and few traditions are forcefully brought in front with the noble initiative of noble hearts. The traditions, cultures, art and architectures that are r ... Read »


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    • Pysanka

    • A pysanka (Ukrainian: писанка, plural: pysanky) is a Ukrainian Easter egg, decorated with traditional Ukrainian folk designs using a wax-resist method. The word pysanka comes from the verb pysaty, "to write", as the designs are not painted on, but written with beeswax. Many other eastern European ... Read »


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    • Ramona Solberg

    • Ramona Solberg (1921–2005) created large jewellery using found objects; she was an influential teacher at the University of Washington School of Art and often referred to as the "grandmother of Northwest found-art jewelry". She was an art instructor in and around Seattle for three decades as well as a prolific jew ... Read »


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    • Rebatching

    • Rebatching, or hand milling, is a soapmaking technique used by hobbyists and artisan soapmakers. The commercial equivalent is French milling. In rebatching, commercially purchased or previously made soap (a soap base) is shredded or diced finely and mixed with a liquid, into which the soap shreds begin to dissolve. ... Read »


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    • Reborn doll

    • A reborn doll is a manufactured skin doll that has been transformed by a reborn artist to resemble a human infant with as much realism as possible. The process of creating a reborn doll is referred to as reborning and the doll artists are referred to as reborners. Reborn dolls are also known as Lifelike dolls or a rebo ... Read »


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    • Red Wing Collectors Society

    • The Red Wing Collectors Society, Inc. has been dedicated to the preservation of Red Wing and other American pottery since 1977. The Red Wing Collectors Society is a special interest collecting organization in the United States with a membership of about 5000. The Red Wing Collectors Society (RWCS) was founded in 1 ... Read »


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    • Rock polishing

    • Rock polishing is a lapidary process whereby rough stone is polished and smoothed by hand or using simple machines to produce attractive stones. The most common means is tumble polishing, but there is also vibratory finishing. To effectively polish rocks in a tumbler the rocks must all be of the same approximate hardn ... Read »


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    • Rubber stamp

    • Rubber stamping, also called stamping, is a craft in which some type of ink made of dye or pigment is applied to an image or pattern that has been , molded, laser engraved or vulcanized, onto a sheet of rubber. The rubber is often mounted onto a more stable object such as a wood, brick or an acrylic block. Increasingly ... Read »


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    • Saba lace

    • Saba lace or as it was known in the early period, Spanish Work is a handcrafted art of needlework designs which began as a cottage industry on the Caribbean island of Saba at the end of the 19th century and grew into one of the leading industries on the island at the turn of the 20th century. Until the 1950s, lacework ... Read »


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    • Saipancakes

    • Saipancakes is a blog that publishes pictures of, and instructions to make, whimsical artistic pancakes. The website was created by former high school math teacher Nathan Shields. Pancakes created by shield are often published in thematic groups. For example, there might be a group of trucks and machines that includes ... Read »


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    • Scoubidou

    • Scoubidou (gimp, lanyard, scoubi, scoobie, boondoggle, or rex-lace) is a knotting craft, originally aimed at children. It originated in France, where it became a fad in the late 1950s and has remained popular. It is named after the 1958 song of the same name by the French singer Sacha Distel. Scoubidou returned to fas ... Read »


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    • Scrapbooking

    • Scrapbooking is a method, an art for preserving, presenting, arranging personal and family history in the form of a book, box, card. Typical memorabilia include photographs, printed media, and artwork. Scrapbook albums are often decorated and frequently contain extensive journaling. Scrapbooking is a hobby commonly pra ... Read »


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    • Sculpey

    • Sculpey (often misspelled as Sculpy) is the brand name for a type of polymer clay that can be molded and put into a conventional oven to harden, as opposed to typical modeling clays, which require a much hotter oven, such as a kiln. Until it is baked, Sculpey has a consistency somewhat like Plasticine. It is sold in ma ... Read »


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    • Seal of Excellence for Handicrafts

    • The Seal of Excellence for Handicrafts is awarded to handicraft products annually by UNESCO. The programme operates separately in several Asian regions: South East Asia, Central Asia, South Asia and East Asia. Although initiated and generally coordinated by UNESCO, several partner NGOs implement the program at regiona ... Read »


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    • Sewing

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      Sewing is the craft of fastening or attaching objects using stitches made with a needle and thread. Sewing is one of the oldest of the textile arts, arising in the Paleolithic era. Before the invention of spinning yarn or weaving fabric, archaeologists believe Stone Age people across Europe and Asia sewed fur and skin ... Read »


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    • Shaker-style pantry box

    • The Shaker-style pantry box is a round bentwood box made by hand. Such boxes are "associated with Shaker folklife because they express the utility and uniformity valued in Shaker culture." The bentwood box was originally a working box for storage of dry items, but today used more as a decorative item. The Shakers ... Read »


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    • Straw painting

    • Straw paintings are craft objects made by shaping straw into patterns and representational images. By modeling and playing with straw, people, especially women, started weaving straw into artistic objects. As time passed, they acquired more skill in working with straw and a century ago, created a very specific art, th ... Read »


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    • Studio craft

    • Studio craft is the practice of craft methodology in an artist's studio. Traditional craft tends to generate craft objects out of necessity or for ceremonial use while studio craft produces craft objects at the whim of the maker or intended owner. These objects are at most only desirable for use and often lack any util ... Read »


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    • Studio Furniture

    • Studio Furniture is a subfield of Studio Craft centered on one-of-a-kind or limited production furniture objects designed and built by craftspeople. The work is made in a craftsperson's studio setting as opposed to being made in a high volume factory. This conception of the site of production as being a studio links st ... Read »


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    • Sugru

    • Sugru (/ˈsuːɡruː/), also known as Formerol, is a patented multi-purpose, non-slumping brand of silicone rubber that resembles modeling clay. Upon exposure to air, it cures to a rubber-like texture. Sugru is malleable when removed from its airtight, moisture-proof packaging, retains its plasticity for t ... Read »


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    • Taka (paper mache)

    • Taka refers to paper mache made using carved wooden sculpture used as a mold. The craft originated in the town of Paete, Laguna in the Philippines. Taka was pioneered by Paete local, Maria Piday. During Christmas, Piday was in charge of the church's decorations. The wooden angels and cherub was heavy causing the c ... Read »


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    • Taxidermy

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      Taxidermy (from the Greek for arrangement of skin) is the art of preparing, stuffing, and mounting the skins of animals (especially vertebrates) for display (e.g., as hunting trophies or museum display) or for other sources of study (like species identification) or simply the preservation of a beloved pet. Taxidermy ca ... Read »


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    • Towel animal

    • A towel animal is a depiction of an animal created by folding small towels. It is conceptually similar to origami, but uses towels rather than paper. Some common towel animals are elephants, snakes, rabbits and swans. The exact originator of towel animals is unknown, but their popularity is often attributed to Carniva ... Read »


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    • Treshchotka

    • Treshchotka (Russian: трещо́тка; IPA: [trʲɪˈɕːɵtkə], singular; sometimes referred as Treshchotki, Russian: трещо́тки; IPA: [trʲɪˈɕːɵtkʲɪ], plural) is a Russian folk music idiophone instrument which is used to imitat ... Read »


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    • Tumble finishing

    • Tumble finishing, also known as tumbling or rumbling, is a technique for smoothing and polishing a rough surface on relatively small parts. In the field of metalworking, a similar process called barreling, or barrel finishing, works upon the same principles. For tumbling of rocks as a lapidary technique, a plastic ... Read »


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    • Upcycling

    • Upcycling, also known as creative reuse, is the process of transforming by-products, waste materials, useless, or unwanted products into new materials or products of better quality or for better environmental value. Upcycling is the opposite of downcycling, which is the other half of the recycling process. Downcycling ... Read »


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    • Vernacular culture

    • Vernacular culture is the cultural forms made and organised by ordinary, often indigenous people, as distinct from the high culture of an elite. One feature of culture is that it is informal. Such culture is generally engaged in on a non-profit and voluntary basis, and is almost never funded by the state The term is u ... Read »


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    • Voluntary Arts

    • Robin Simpson, Chief Executive; Voluntary Arts supports, celebrates and promotes creative cultural activity. It works across the UK and Republic of Ireland to help create an environment where participation in everyday creativity can flourish. Voluntary Arts recognises that participating in cultural activities helps ph ... Read »


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    • Vyshyvanka

    • Vyshyvanka (Ukrainian: вишива́нка [ʋɪʃɪˈʋanka] or виши́ванка [ʋɪˈʃɪʋanka]) is the colloquial name for the embroidered shirt in Ukrainian national costume. Vyshyvanka is distinguished by local embroidery features specific to ... Read »


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    • Andrew Willatsen

    • Andrew Willatsen

      Andrew Willatsen (8 October 1876 - 25 July 1974) was an architect chiefly remembered for bringing the influence of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie School to the Pacific Northwest. Andrew Christian Peter Willatzen was born in North Germany in 1876 and came to the United States in 1900. Born with the last name Wi ... Read »


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