Solis said she creates with metal because she knows metal will outlast her, but she also has hope that one day she won’t need to make jewelry that makes a statement because being queer or undocumented will be more widely accepted and using different pronouns will be more normalized.
Holed up inside his 150 square-foot studio Estrada will work from morning until dusk cutting, gluing, sewing and designing his leather-made wares.
Peter Beck’s hands, particularly his knuckles, are covered in little scars—battle wounds from a decade of woodworking. For more than half his life, the 17-year-old has built model boats that have become increasingly intricate over the years.
What can you make out of recycled skateboard decks? Turns out, nearly anything.
Vegas’ business and brand Bless the Theory elicits a satisfying simplicity, with a growing stock of material including silver, precious stones, copper, bronze and more.
Each mark Abel Alejandre makes is a calculated, carefully delivered movement that, when multiplied, make up the beautiful subjects in his works.
Step inside the “studio” of Long Beach-based artist Copeland Holt, who prefers the chaos of the outdoors to the solitude of the studio.
Step inside the studio of Oaxaca-born artist, Narsiso Martinez, who draws attention to the lives of field workers through his art.