British author and "slow foodie" Isla Meynell sees Slow Food principles influencing non-food disciplines.
Designer/educator Lynda Grose talks about Cleaner Cotton TM, and improving the fashion landscape
Skip Yates is one of those guys who makes you want to abandon what you do and simply hang out with him...
Michael Daube's Citta.org serves the needy with soulful scaves
If you want to know where your clothes come from and how they are made – and like what you learn – you need Goods of Conscience.
Forager and teacher Steve Brill finds wild foods in plain sight. Is foraging the next wave in handmade food?
California College of the Arts graduate Karina Michel turns organic cotton waste into fashion for Indian textile mill Pratibha Syntex.
Juan Quezada single-handedly created a pottery movement that has taken on a life of its own.
Anthropologist Spencer MacCallum searched for Mata Ortiz potter Juan Quezada -- and a pottery movement was born.
Two hundred generations of making pots. Two generations of the old ways no longer mattering. What is a potter to do?
A potter works with the essentials of earth, stone and fire.
Brigid Berlin’s needlepoint renditions of NY Post front pages are a sampler of celebrity, schadenfreude and social commentary
Lisa Anne Auerbach’s sweaters make a statement
Australian artist Holly Story's elegaic textiles
A new vocabulary of color and pattern from botanical alchemist India Flint