Julia Finlayson is a ceramicist who started collecting vintage match strikes
about ten years ago. She loved the aesthetic
of match strikes, and began experimenting with her own shapes
and color glazes.
Sejnane pottery was recently classified as an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO,
recognizing its important role in Tunisia's cultural heritage and protecting
the skills of the Sejnane women potters.
Launched at the London Design Festival in 2016, SYZYGY combines simple, functional design with quality materials (including ceramic and metal) to create strikingly modern objects that are as practical as they are beautiful.
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 is a Portland, Oregon-based glass artist who designs and produces
functional glassware in rich, beautiful colors that catch and reflect the light. Gary’s
work ranges from carafes, bottles, and cups to his signature Gem vases.
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”)
is native to various regions throughout Central and South America.
California White Sage is a 40-acre ranch where sage grows naturally. Owned by Robin Taylor,
California White Sage began cultivating white sage in its native
environment more than a decade ago and has been producing organically grown,
sustainably harvested products since.
Lauri Kranz is a passionate advocate for planting gorgeous flowers and nourishing food together
in the same garden. In her book, “A Garden Can Be Anywhere”, Lauri shares her secrets for planning, planting, growing, and maintaining luscious edible gardens.
Inspired by the French Decorative Arts movement and the
craftsmen working in Vallauris during the post-war period,
Eric Bonnin has been working in clay since he moved to New York City from Paris in 1994.