In 2023, the Garland platform will host a series of issues on taste, sound, smell and touch that help us "reconnect" with the world and expand the identity of craft beyond "visual" art.
Saman Qazvinin and Yeganeh Shokrollahi take us on an odyssey with Bakhtiari nomads, courtesy of IRANomad
Glenn Adamson speaks about a craft publication project that focuses on four materials a year and seeks to engage a scientific readership.
D Wood reviews Christine Guth’s Craft Culture in Early Modern Japan and finds fascinating detail about the elaborate world of makers.
Finn McCahon-Jones feels the vibe from New Zealand makers who participated in an epic celebration of opulence in Central Asia.
Our August laurel is awarded to Bren Luke for his poignant animated illustration of a streetscape in Japan, which invokes the concept of ma, negative space, to reflect the era of social distancing.