Maker's Magazine: Issue 2 - goods
Maker's Magazine is a publication put out by Maker's Movement, a Toronto-based collective that promotes handmade goods for their sustainability and good quality.
Their second issue focusses on the ritual of mornings performed by creative people all over the world. This beautiful and colourful magazine will inspire you to wake up just a little bit earlier and create!
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A sweet and helpful guide to all your tarot needs. 200 pages of info and drawings, handwritten by Kim Krans of The Wild Unknown. This book is especially great for those new to the tarot... it leads you through shuffling, cutting the deck, spreads, the meaning of all 78 cards, suits, and more. Even seasoned readers will appreciate the glimpse into where the concepts of the illustrations came from. A real gem!
Paperback, black and white, 200 pages.
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From the authors of the widely popular Flower Recipe Book,and in the same successful format, The Wreath Recipe Book provides 100 “recipes” to make with flowering and leafy branches. These aren’t just evergreens for Christmas—the book is organized seasonally, with dozens of projects to make throughout the year.In the spring, a cherry blossom bough gets a touch of whimsy with a colorful ribbon, and a tabletop is adorned with lilacs and olive branches. In the summer, a garland features sage with pomegranates and citrus-colored strawflowers. In the fall, wreaths are created with magnolias, rosemary, and plums, and gourds are used to create an unexpected garland. Winter highlights cedar, pine, and juniper, yielding unexpected table settings and new wreath shapes. There are detailed ingredient lists and hundreds of step-by-step photos as well as chapters covering basic techniques, sourcing, and care information.
Alethea Harampolis and Jill Rizzo are the authors of Artisan’s Flower Recipe Book, praised by The New York Timesas “a beautifully illustrated and practical guide to the ephemeral art of fresh-flower arranging” and The Wreath Recipe Book. They run Studio Choo in San Francisco, where they create wild, sculptural arrangements and teach a variety of flower arranging classes. Their work has been featured in The New York Times, Real Simple, Redbook, Country Living, and Brides; in their guest column on Design*Sponge; and on lifestyle sites like Apartment Therapy, Kinfolk, and Remodelista.
Jill Rizzo runs Studio Choo in San Francisco with Alethea Harampolis. There they create arrangements and bouquets and teach a variety of flower-arranging classes. The duo's work has been featured in their guest column on Design*Sponge, on design and lifestyle sites like Apartment Therapy, Kinfolk, Remodelista, and West Elm's blog, and on top wedding site Style Me Pretty.