As someone who is familiar with Crafts, you will know all about the in-depth and inspiring articles that the magazine provides. The 250th edition contains the usual exquisite imagery and range of articles but most importantly will include the carefully curated Fifty Moments that Changed Craft.Secure your copy now!
This unique and exceptional content will bring you insights from some of the most established, respected and thought-provoking makers and commentators in the crafts sector. Highlights include:
- Glenn Adamson on the steam engines complex relationship with the handmade
- Freddie Robins on the point crafts became the c-word
- Edmund de Waal on Kazimir Malevich’s Teapot as ‘a manifesto for the purity of ideas’
- Alison Britton on the joy of polythene
Find out more about what exhibitions, objects and tools, people, publications and events have changed the world of craft.