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Welcome to Makers Reflect, a series of Maker Monday newsletters designed to support our global community of makers during the Coronavirus pandemic.
We hope their stories of strength, optimism, and joy will inspire you, as they do us.
THE FLORAL SOCIETY
Founded by Sierra Steifman of New York boutique floral house Poppies & Posies,
The Floral Society offers gardeners and design buffs essential gardening
tools that function flawlessly and add to the nature-inspired décor.
Julia Finlayson is a ceramicist who started collecting vintage match strikes
about ten years ago. She loved the history, the ritual, and the aesthetic
of match strikes, and began experimenting with her own shapes, sizes,
and color glazes.
Sejnane pottery was recently classified as an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO,
recognizing its important role in Tunisia's cultural heritage. This award helps protect
the skills and subsequently livelihoods of the Sejnane women potters.
Sien + Co. artisan partners travel to the highlands of Peru and the dry
forests of Argentina to source the best organic sheep’s wool for these soft,
handmade pillows. The wool is hand spun and dyed with natural pigments
In 1997, the founder of Saipua, Susan Ryhanen, started crafting soap in her Brooklyn apartment.
Not ordinary soap but hand-made, hand-cut soap made from 40-60% of cold-processed olive
oil scented with pure essential oils.
Pronounced siz-eh-gee, SYZYGY collaborates with craftsmen to reinterpret everyday
objects in natural materials like clay. Case in point, these multi-functional,
Bauhaus-inspired Novah ceramic pitchers.
Greentree Home designs and produces small batch handmade candles exclusively in 100%
beeswax. Based in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains in New York State,
the company was founded by artist, Jenifer Green in 2000.
Gary Bodker Designs hand-crafts organically-shaped glass vases in his Portland, Oregon studio. We checked in with this small business owners recently to see how he’s staying fulfilled, optimistic, and joyful during these challenging times.
Ian Elliot is the founder of One Love Holistics, a Bay Area provider of sustainably sourced Palo Santo sticks from Peru. The heartwood of Palo Santo (a.k.a. “holy wood”) — also known by its scientific name Bursera Graveolens - is native to various regions throughout Central and South America.
California White Sage is a 40-acre ranch near San Diego where sage grows naturally. Owned and operated by Robin Taylor, the company’s fields sprawl along the coastal region of San Diego County and Baja California, Mexico. California White Sage began cultivating white sage (salvia alpiana) in its native environment.
Not so long ago, Dana Brandwein and Daniel Oates led typically atypical New York City lives with careers to match. Oates was a well-known sculptor, while Brandwein had spent 20 years in the record industry. Eventually, their professional lives merged and they established DBO Home.
Inspired by the French Decorative Arts movement and the artists and craftsmen working in Vallauris, France during the post-war period, Eric Bonnin has been working in clay since he moved to New York City from Paris in 1994.