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Zoom M&O PARIS – CRAFT : Florent Blanchard présente le luminaire DOD

Florent Blanchard présente sa propre marque DOD, un luminaire en forme de dodécaèdre modulable en bois massif à assembler soi-même. Le design modulaire du luminaire DOD  permet de créer selon les envies des combinaisons dans une ambiance lumineuse colorées, chaleureuse ou dynamique. D es centaines de combinaisons sont possibles ! Le luminaire DOD représente le premier objet d’une collection de mobilier ludique et revalorisé. Florent a eu l’idée de DOD en 2015 : «  Il y a un an, je su...
Tags: Books, Video, Design, France, Nature, Paris, Unique, Série, Dod, Cela, Deco, Bois, Lampe, Evenement, Reportage, Artisan


IRMA luminaire au verre sublimé par Rémi Casado

Plus de 11 années d’aventure avec BED, c’est toujours avec grand plaisir que nous retrouvons / suivons les designers révélés ou tout du moins poussés sur le devant de la scène grâce au blog. Faisant suite à l’article dédié à Jules Levasseur, découvrons .. Rémi Casado à clairement sa place dans cette sélection de jeunes designers de talent, touche à tout.. Français, lyonnais facilitant les liens avec BED. Découvrons ce matin, IRMA, fruit de la collaboration avec les artisans et artistes du verre...
Tags: Art, Books, Design, France, Designer, Glass, Handmade, Irma, Savoir Faire, Deco, Artisan, Luminaire, Verre, Rémi Casado, Jules Levasseur, Vincent Breed


The Noma Guide to Fermentation

Penned by René Redzepi, chef and co-owner of Noma, and David Zilber, head of the restaurant’s fermentation program, The Noma Guide to Fermentations is a book as beautiful as it is informative. Fermenting is a vital part of the culinary world and continues to grow because of its health benefits and complex flavors. Using more than 500 step-by-step recipes and illustrations, the pair give readers exclusive insight …
Tags: Food, Books, Design, Restaurants, René Redzepi, Cookbooks, Noma, Fermentation, Artisan, David Zilber


Hello Dear Bakers

Hello Dear Bakers Submitted by Baking Soul on December 5, 2018 - 11:22am. Hello Everyone ,, My name is Abdullah and i'm from Saudi Arabia. i had passion for baking since i was little and it kept growing with me and i started to dream about opening my own bakery one day.So two years ago I've decided to quit my 9 t 5 job and go for my dream and i went for an institute in France and took bakery diploma then worked in an Artisan bakery and i loved it. when i decided to come back home i ...
Tags: France, Saudi Arabia, Baking, Abdullah, Artisan


The Unpopular Opinion: ‘Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2’ is an Unsung Masterpiece of Horror Metafiction

Welcome to The Unpopular Opinion, a series where a writer goes to the defense of a much-maligned film or sets their sights on a movie seemingly beloved by all. In this edition: the much-derided sequel to The Blair Witch Project actually rules, thank you very much.) A little over a year after The Blair Witch Project hit theaters and subsequently became a box office phenomenon, Artisan Entertainment released a sequel that did…the opposite. Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 was meant to capit...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Features, Queens, Sequels, Kim, Stephen, Blondie, Mike, Jeff, Blair, Erica, Columbia Pictures, MCU, Tristen, Joe Berlinger


A Local, Italian Sustainable Christmas Gift Guide

This past year at work I’ve been involved in a project called TCBL, a collaborative, EU funded project to increase sustainability in the textile and clothing industry. It’s one of a number of initiatives working in this direction, a more B2B than B2C one. But maybe you’ve heard of the Ellen Macarthur Foundation or the campaign “who made my clothes”? The driving content is basically the same. We’re living in a world covered in an unimaginable heap of stuff, stuff that won’t disintegrate for centu...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Facebook, Usa, Etsy, Time, Eu, Italy, Venice, Bmw, Headline, Florence, Naples, Palermo, Tuscany, Expat Life


Weekend Cooking: 2 New Cookbooks for Fall Cooking

As the farmer's markets wind down for the season, I've been turning once again to cookbooks for inspiration in the kitchen. I don't know about you, but in the summer, I tend to cook simple dishes based on whatever is fresh from the local growers. With the return to grocery store shopping comes cooler temperatures, and I'm far less reliant on season products. That's when new cookbooks, magazines, and websites offer bountiful ideas. Today I have two short reviews of cookbooks written by long-tim...
Tags: Books, New York, Spain, Hawaii, Cookbook, Weekend Cooking, Melissa, Deb, Buckley, Linky, Basque Country, Shaheen, Beth F, Artisan, Birgitta, AJ Sterkel


Nutella Swirl Bread

Nutella Swirl Bread Submitted by romibakes on August 27, 2018 - 10:02am. Hello -This weekend was my first attempt at a "swirl" bread - I followed the brioche recipe from Artisan bread in 5 minutes a day and filled it with nutella - it was pretty delicious and the fact that the "layers" separated had no affect on it being consumed rather quickly. However, I would like to know what I did wrong and what I can do to not have the layers separate and create huge pockets (see photo). Dough...
Tags: Baking, Artisan


Art & Olfaction Awards 2018: London

Perfume PosseArt & Olfaction Awards 2018: London Hello Posse. A subversive awards? One aimed at the Indie and Artisan section so often overlooked by the major awards. Somewhere that the small batch creator can get a nod, a nomination or an award. Sign me up. When I… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseArt & Olfaction Awards 2018: London
Tags: Travel, London, Awards, Beauty, Fragrance, Portia, Artisan, Perfume Reviews, Perfume review, Niche Perfume, Art & Olfaction Awards, Art & Olfaction Awards 2018: London, Indie Perfume


Intricate staircases made by secretive French woodworking masters

An art collector who died earlier this year donated a remarkable collection of escaliers to Cooper-Hewiit Museum. The tiny staircases were fashioned by French compagnons, a secretive trade group of master craftworkers. (more…)
Tags: Art, Crafts, Post, Family, Design, Kids, News, Woodworking, Woodwork, Artisan, Compagnonnage, Cooper Hewiit Museum


Report Suggests Physical Retail Stores Must Create Experiences Customers Cherish

Are Costco, Sam’s Club and BJ’s Wholesale doomed? According to an article in the Washington Post, millennial and Gen Z shoppers –the future of retail — haven’t warmed to the warehouse superstores in the way baby boomer and Gen X customers have. The article cites a millennial shopper who doesn’t want to schlep to the store to buy toilet paper, and a 50-year-old who says she loves Costco, but admits she’s one of the younger customers in the store. (The average Costco member is younger than they w...
Tags: Amazon, Washington Post, Sales, America, Facetime, Costco, Alexa, BJ, Costco Sam s Club, Artisan, Retail Trends


Weekend Cooking: 3 Good Cookbooks

I don't know about you, but I like to spend the week between Christmas and New Years getting organized. This year, as I was going through my books, I found a few cookbooks I really wanted to share with you but didn't--for whatever reason. Before I find room for these cookbooks on my real or virtual bookshelves, I wanted to give them a moment in the limelight. I'm starting today with three titles that are at the top of my to-try list. Let me know if you've explored any of them. Each cookbook ha...
Tags: Books, Usa, Oregon, Boston, Chile, New England, Lake, Les, Cookbook, Weekend Cooking, Alexander, Jennings, Vicki, Evie, Linky, Esme


Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker: A Resurgence in Jobs That Connect

Handmade soaps. Artisan ginger ale. Bottled perfumes. Small-batch roasted coffee. Custom meats.  Craft breweries.  Some of this is the result of the entrepreneurship spirit that is sweeping America’s millennials. Whether it’s starting a business on Etsy or eBay or opening a food truck, the desire for self-determination is a trend that is helping drive this […]
Tags: Work, Crafts, Etsy, Ebay, Religion, Uncategorized, America, Creative, Craftsmanship, Artisan


Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker: A Resurgence in Jobs That Connect

Handmade soaps. Artisan ginger ale. Bottled perfumes. Small-batch roasted coffee. Custom meats.  Craft breweries. If you are noticing resurgence in goods and services produced by people using traditional artisan skills, you’re not alone. There is a growing respect and deep interest in the do-it-yourself trades. It’s no longer a surprise to find people actually making […]
Tags: Work, Crafts, Religion, Uncategorized, Creative, Craftsmanship, Artisan


28 Authentic Venice Artisans

If Italy is famous for its handcrafted quality, it’s thanks to a long tradition of making things. In the early modern period, each important city was known for certain high quality goods as well as decorative arts for the home. Just within Tuscany, Florence made cloth along the Arno (though later turned banking), Prato was famous for its wool, Montelupo did ceramics and Volterra produced fine alabaster objects. In the Renaissance, Venice was a center of trade where you could get literally anythi...
Tags: Travel, Abc, Rome, Italy, Franco, Venice, Headline, Venice Biennale, San Marco, Miriam, VENEZIA, Vittorio, Cannaregio, Emilia, San Gregorio, Pierre Cardin


Washington D.C. Offers Producers a Hefty Tax Rebate, Political Gravitas

Back in 1939, when Frank Capra’s “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,” starring James Stewart, filmed in the nation’s capital, today’s tax incentives did not exist but Columbia Pictures shot in Washington D.C. to give the movie a sense of authenticity. In the climate of today’s incentives arms race, with jurisdictions seeking to outdo each other... Read more »
Tags: Washington, Artisans, Production, Smith, Veep, James Stewart, Frank Capra, Columbia Pictures, Jason Bourne, Artisan


Peak, les lunettes de soleil par le Studio Joran Briand

Le Studio Joran Briand Associés basé à Paris présente le design des lunettes de soleil Peak et par la même occasion l’identité visuelle de la marque Woodlight. Le studio Joran Briand est un studio de design multi-disciplinaire qui travaille dans le domaine du design d’objet, de l’architecture d’intérieur, de la scénographie, du design graphique et de la signalétique. Sa philosophie : « Faire le maximum avec le minimum ». Cette approche a pour ambition d’atteindre le parfait équilibre entre la ...
Tags: Books, Fashion, Design, France, Lifestyle, Sunglasses, Eyewear, Paris, Vintage, Peak, Bois, Artisan, Urbaine, Marque, Tendance, Studio Joran Briand


Artisan - War In The 21st Century

So, the doomsday clock has gone forward again. Is it any wonder I’m taking refuge in downtempo tunes? This fine tune from Artisan with the depressing title War In The 21st Century manages to be both chilled and… (in post Artisan – War In The 21st Century from ACIDTED. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Artisan


Amazon’s latest Dash button will send you a randomly assorted box of candy

 Amazon’s latest (physical) Dash button is like a “I’m Feeling Lucky” for candy. When pressed, the button will send you a box with a random assortment of small-batch candy made by “artisans from across the nation”. The box will cost $18 (with two-day free Prime shipping of course) and can be ordered as many time as you want. The program is called Prime… Read More
Tags: Travel, Amazon, TC, Ecommerce, E-commerce, Candy, Dash, Artisan


CH Omakase 2016: From The Road: Exquisite accessories made sustainably by artisans all over the world

We’ve admired Susan Easton’s work at From the Road for many years, following her exotic travels and stories of the artisans she works with to create items of exquisite quality, craft and soul. Sustainably made using all-natural methods by skilled...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Travel, Accessories, Design, Designers, Luxury, Sustainable, Blankets, Scarves, Artisan, Cashmere


Goat Cheese Farm Fromagerie Au Fond du Bois, Rexton, New Brunswick, Canada

We visit Fromagerie Au Fond du Bois, a goat cheese farm in Rexton, New Brunswick, making artisanal European-style goat cheese, in Eastern Canada. We’ve been thoroughly enjoying rediscovering my home province of New Brunswick over the past year, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t missing some things from our other home in Belgium. One of the most notable is good cheese (and you know for us that is a big problem). We were spoiled for choice in Brussels, as even the supermarket shelves were brimming...
Tags: Travel, Google, Europe, Cheese, Local, Canada, New Brunswick, Belgium, Brussels, John, North America, Farm, Subaru, Alison, Slow Travel, Slow Food


Mobilier Campesino par Sofia Bustamante et Sebastián Erazo

Sebastián Erazo, architecte et Sofia Bustamante, journaliste chiliens vivant à Paris nous présentent Campesino, une collection de mobilier basée sur un ancien métier traditionnel de la région du Maule Chili, en l’Amérique du Sud. « Jorge Oses is also part of this project; he is a craftsman in Totora, as well as Rodrigo Fuentes a cabinet maker. We worked cooperatively with both of them, sharing experiences and ideas throughout the development and fabrication of each piece.«  ...
Tags: Books, Design, France, Furniture, Paris, Sebastian, Chili, Chaise, Mobilier, Meuble d'appoint, Artisan, Banc


Appel à projet : Prix Liliane Bettencourt 2017 pour l’intelligence de la main

Parcours 2016 – Talents d’exception – Livre d’artiste « R217A » Retrouvez le nouvel Appel à Projet de la fondation Bettencourt, « Pour l’intelligence de la main » 2017, un prix à destination des artisans d’art, créateurs, artistes ou designers qui explorent de nouveaux territoires d’expression. Recherches esthétiques, maîtrisent d’une très haute technicité, créativité et savoir-faire d’excellence… A vous de jouer ! Deux récompenses à la clé : Talent d’exception et Dialogue. Parcours – 2016 : L...
Tags: Art, Books, Video, Design, France, Designer, Concours, Appel à projet, Fresh Actus, Artiste / Designer, Artisan, Liliane Bettencourt, Bettencourt Schueller Cette, Liliane Bettencourt Retrouvez, Artiste


Crowfunding : La maison d’édition Ch’ni de Mélanie Buatois

Mélanie Buatois présente Ch’ni, une maison d’édition française proposant de petits objets du quotidien, simples, utiles et différents. Le petit truc en plus pour habiller les étagères, un extra dans l’ordinaire. En expérimentant une production locale et raisonnée, Ch’ni propose un réel partenariat avec les créateurs aussi bien qu’avec les fabricants. Au cours de l’été 2012, Mélanie crée sa collection appelée « d’autres artisans ». Pour la développer, elle contacte non pas des artisans d’arts...
Tags: Books, Design, Crowdfunding, France, Designer, Production, Concept, Placer, Maison, Deco, Artisan, Objet


Kitchenaid Artisan Mixer

Kitchenaid Artisan Mixer Submitted by enchant on November 18, 2016 - 4:56am. I've just recently started bread making.  We have a Kitchenaid 4.5 quart mixer which does a good job on everything we've needed up to now.  But it's having a lot of trouble with dough.  There is no spiral hook available, and dough always likes to climb up the hook and hang onto it.  At that point, I don't think any kneading is going on.  It's just there for the carnival ride.  The mixer is in pristine cond...
Tags: Amazon, Baking, Kitchenaid, Artisan


Spotlight: Artisan Lexus LC 500 Body Kit

The world’s first custom Lexus LC 500 we showed you a few days ago at the SEMA show will soon be available as a styling package through Japanese tuner Artisan Spirits. The elegant and discreet Artisan Lexus LC 500 features a semi-wide body kit designed to enhance the car’s own lines rather than attract attention to itself. That is why if you show these pictures to someone with an uninterested eye they will you it is a stock LC. But look closer and you’ll notice that Artisan Lexus LC 500 a un...
Tags: Japan, Lexus, Autos, SEMA, Artisan, Tuning, Lexus Lc 500


Artisan Lexus LX Black Label Body Kit

For those who may find the ginormous Lexus LX still not big enough, Japanese tuner Artisan Spirits have launched their new Black Label wide body kit. But it’s not all about the size, this Artisan Lexus LX, as there are some fine details in every part of the styling package and the finished product also looks mighty fine. So let’s get straight to it and see what sort of details Artisan Lexus LX wide body kit boasts. At the front of the vehicle your eyes automatically find the half spoiler, a ...
Tags: Lexus, Autos, Artisan, Tuning, lexus LX


Making an Espresso Maker Out of Scrap Metal Is Just Gorgeous to Watch

This Old Tony is good on a lathe. Really good. If it feels self-explanatory as a tool (thing spins fast, other thing stays still) just listening to him talk about it makes it clear that most of us don’t know jack shit about machining.Read more...
Tags: Coffee, Science, Tony, Artisan, Machining, Machinist


There's Nothing Remotely Functional About an Axe Handle Made of Gummy Bears

There’s no end to the impressive stuff handy YouTubers will make out of wood, metal, and plastic. Peter Brown, however, favors unorthodox building materials. Read more...
Tags: Science, Woodworking, Lol, Peter Brown, Artisan, Craftsman


Spotlight: Artisan Lexus RX Wide Body

While most European tuners are getting to a point these days where they copy each other’s works and make the same sort of kits, it is good that we have Japanese tuners like Artisan Spirits who have a refreshingly unique and as yet unspoiled taste. This Artisan Lexus RX Black Label wide body is one this tuner’s latest works and it is magnificent. If you give a car like Lexus RX to a European tuner they will shrug their shoulders and tell you this thing has no potential for modification. Th...
Tags: Lexus, Autos, Artisan, Tuning, Lexus RX