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Meet Someone Awesome: Joe Gebbia

Joe Gebbia is an up-and-coming furniture designer who should not quit his day job. Not because he isn’t talented. His first collection of office seating and tables, Neighborhood, recently debuted at the prestigious International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York, and it’s great – modular furniture that looks sharp enough to sit in a chic living room. 626 more words

Meet Your Maker

Q&A with 2017 Outlaw designer Mute & Gold

Hopefully you’ve seen this image around town or popping up on your social media channels. It was designed by Addie Cheges who runs her creative shop… 496 more words

Last minute Gift Guide with Outlaws organizer Megan Green

The holiday craft show season is here. Makers all around the country are busy putting price tags onto freshly made creations, expediting shipping on last minute order s of business cards and cramming their vehicles as high as humanly possible to drive across the town, state or country to set up and showcase their creative business to you, our Craftin’ Outlaw fans. 283 more words

Top 5 with Outlaws team member Toni

Toni knows a things about what it takes to be an Outlaw. She’s been a past vendor and has grown her handmade business, TL Yarn Crafts… 198 more words

Top picks with Branch Line Leather - Sponsored Post

Elaine from Branch Line Leather has created a small-by-design leathercraft studio and production workshop located in Worthington. They specialize in “Bespoke for the People” leather and wool bags and accessories. 177 more words

Top 5 Craftin' Outlaws with Megan Lee Designs - Sponsored Post

Megan, of Megan Lee Designs, starts each design with a sketch, then decides ink colors, fabric colors and placement before finally screen printing the art using her tabletop press. 175 more words

Shop Review: The Smithery

Jen Townsend and Anne Holman both attended The Columbus College of Art and Design with a strong passion for their chosen mediums, Jen started as a painter and Anne started out in sculpture and print making. 660 more words