Notes from the field.


Saturday, November 05, 2011

The Knife Maker

Craft isn’t easy, but it’s rewarding, and art elevates craft. You can see this everywhere in our industry: navigable information architecture, elegant interfaces, poetic code. Here’s another example from the analog world: Joel Bukiewicz making world-class knives in his New York workshop, Cut Brooklyn. (Keep an eye on Made by Hand for more).

(Hat tip: Ivan Lee)

By Laurel Hechanova
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