Gabriel Pasarisa Rescatar lo real
Evan Voyles The Neon Jungle
Deb Griffith Craft
Guita Soifer Craft
Irvin Trujillo The Craft of New Mexican Weaving
Nestor Ljutjuk Stories about the calligraphy craft
Klipp og Lim Why we're still making puppet films
George Esquivel A Journey in Craft Brewing
Arya Widya Nugraha What is a Craft?
Skye Devore Crafting a Brewery Empire
Emilio Ho El Craft de las empanadas
David Winton David Winton: Craft
Ashley Morken The Importance of Craft
Beatrice Ursula Q&A with Beatrice Ursula
Becca Clason The Power of Craft
OkCello The Craft of Creating
Mari Nordén Craft
Sarah Schultz Everyone Has A Craft Story
Jesse Schell Founder, Schell Games
Gerry Scullion Why Design Craft Matters
Louise Hold Sidenius Hands on Craft
Beatrice Ursula The Layers of Craft
Side by Side Just Do Good Sh*t
Kristijonas Vasiliauskas Everyone can create
Julio Obelleiro Wildbytes
Ashley Brooks Being Where You are Meant to Be
Daniela Leite Craft - Junho 2018
Wade Devers Craft
Rewilder A Better Bag for the Planet
Gabriel Gomera El Concepto de Tradición
Liviu Lambrino Cooking as a Form of Art
GR Makers Panel GR Makers Panel
Robbie de Villiers A Conversation on Craft
Patrick Stobbs The future of 'craft' and AI music
Phil Ferguson The craft of crochet
Jenny Theolin Designing by Making
Jen Hewett Craft: The Antidote to Perfectionism
Łukasz Mrowiński Q & A
Łukasz Mrowiński Craft changes everything around.
Benja Harney Paper Engineer and Founder of Paperform
Jesko von den Steinen Jesko von den Steinen on CRAFT
Steven Kenny Anyone Can Be An Artist
Huyen Nguyen Nguyen Huyen & Sam Thí Tinh - CRAFT
Veronica Soare We are kaleidoscopes
Hugo Didier Craft
Lucy van Oldenbarneveld The craft of saying 'yes' more
Zuzana Kuberová Giving furniture a new life
Kenny Harris Kenny Harris - Craft
Señorita Lechuga La artesanía de un personaje
Александра Захарова Александра Захарова
Luis Carlos Cifuentes El arte en tiempos de las redes sociales
Luis Demetrio Llanos #CMBaq 4to aniversario - 4th anniversary
Jason Lilley Jason Bakery
Andrew Hayes, Grace Gouin, Marisol Colette, and Becky Beyer Audience Takes The Stage
Paula Ellert "Ohne Handwerk kein Design."
Maggie Keith #FARMLIFE
Yavheni de León Cuestionar para Crear
Steve Burnett Giving Trees A Voice
Audience Takes the Stage (6th Birthday Edition) Inka Výbohová, Thomas Ravestein and Ralitsa Antimova
Aml AlHarbi Aml AlHarbi
Tyler Axtell Live Adventurously
Ido Biran Ido Biran
Boris Delchev The Beauty of Craft
Michele Luconi DIS - Design Italian Shoes
Daria Biryukova Daria Biryukova
Alyssa Salomon Craft
Dov Ganchrow CRAFT with Dov Ganchrow
Tim Gibson Learning my Craft
Bonjwing Lee Life Lessons on Craft
Jason Steady The Craft of Problem Solving
Jennifer O'Brien Craft, it's Art For The People!
Ouita Michel Ouita Michel
James Buchanan Harvest better ideas
Kim Dylla Heavy Metal Seamstress
Clare and Wayne Mutual Adoration on Craft
Rachel McKinley "Craft (chocolate) and Creativity"
Cole Cuchna Dissecting the word Craft
Rachel Smith Honing Your Craft
Sunny Tang 2018 June Craft
Nadine Roßa Draw to Remember
Jonathan Busch Lourdes is a Crafty Queen
Peter Reinhart Craft
Armando Geneyro 10,000 Hours and Counting...
Brittany Cox Innovation and creative thinking with few resources
Jon Burgerman The Art of Doodling
Jon Burgerman Q&A with Jon Burgerman
Jon Burgerman 30 second pitches
Jon Burgerman Live performance by Jerron Herman
Rachel McKinley "Craft (chocolate) and Creativity"
Rachel McKinley Craft, (Chocolate), & Creativity
What is craft? It feels like something that should be straightforward. But what I'm beginning to learn is that craft is actually a very complex idea.
Everyone has a craft story.
I realized those failed knitting projects are not failed knitting projects.
Craft is much more than a way to make an object. It is much more than a way to brand a product. It is even much more than a process.
If anxiety feeds itself, so, too, does confidence
I've lost more good ideas than I've kept.
To me the conscious mind is more like a frenemy.
The obvious thing, this incredible story, isn't the thing that's going to create the story.
Despair can not exist in the presence of love and love can not exist in the presence of despair.
I don't want to tell them that I'm the best solution, I want to show them that I'm the best solution.
How do I present myself to my client as the owner of the unique solution to their problem?
You have to be able to get beyond just having skills. You have to show the people who you work for who you want to view your art, view your work that you can go beyond that.
Craft is the opposite of conformity and of perfection.
Creating is inherently personal. Our work grows and changes as we do.
There is no way to be the perfect artist (or designer or craftsperson).
Perfectionism is the enemy of art and of craft, both of which require a love of experimentation and a stomach for failure.
We cultivate a more beautiful and meaningful world through craft.
You choose beauty or you choose ugliness. You choose craft or you choose neglect.
The absence of craft is everything ugly in the world. It's indecision, neglect, shortcutting, lack of attention - it's things falling apart.
Beautiful is precision and it's decision. It's attention. It's a sustained effort. It's intention, it's ambition, it's followthrough... It's maintenance. It's everything we care about and actively strive to make better in the world.
Craft is responsible for everything beautiful in the world.
Anything has the potential to have meaning. We just have to state our intention.
It was a transformative experience. I cultivated meaning into something that was formerly mundane.
Craft is the process by which intent is transformed into a meaningful existence.
Can you impart meaning in an activity through intention? When we set a goal, we state an intention. We do everything it takes to follow through with that goal. That is where the meaning is.
How do I diversify my catalogue of meaningful things?
What if meaning was a choice that we make?
How does one cultivate and diversify meaning in their life?
I found success in one area, but it didn't immune me to everything else in life.
While I found success in one area, I'd been working so hard towards this one very narrow goal that everything around me just felt like it was being neglected.
The world gives you nothing until you give it everything.
Maybe I have something here. Maybe this is something that could fulfill this goal that I've had since I was a little kid which was to make a living doing something that i created and something that I loved.
I realized early on how committed the listeners I did have were — they were extremely loyal. It seemed like the show was really connecting with the people that were listening.
I wasn't doing it for anyone, but myself... and in retrospect it really helped. It was very authentic and it was just something I wanted to do.
Great works of art tell very specific stories.
As you work on your craft, you learn to develop a certain kind of foresight. . . . I think a true master craftsman will always prepare for any situation that he's in and he'll always know how to maneuver himself.
You start the project by starting the project.
If anxiety feeds itself, so, too, does confidence.
Perfection is the enemy of craft.
Perfectionism is the enemy of craft. And I think that the key to my success as an artist and a designer and as a craftsperson has everything to do with me letting go of perfectionism.
Escribir para hablar del desasosiego, de las veces que nos caemos y de las otras tantas que nos levantamos. Escribir porque la palabra nos pertenece a todos y porque a final de cuentas nuestro corazón es el mejor taller literario.
When it comes to craft, and relating to people, and doing your job well, connections are ultimately all that matters in the end.
“People are confronted with problems all day long, every day. Or at least I am. Most of the time a problem you’re trying to solve has already been solved by someone else. And when somebody solves a problem, they’re typically very excited to talk about how they solved that problem and share that information. And if you’re excited to listed to them, and you’re not too far up your own butt, chances are they probably have made your life easier by solving that problem for you first. So just listen to them.”
Banish anticipatory fret from your lives. And every time you catch yourself doing it – stop it. You can’t control that anyway, so just enjoy the now.
Count your blessings – today and every day.
When you’ve known discomfort, when you’ve known fear and terror and illness, I think it just helps you relate better to people.
The people in your life matter.
Don’t take yourself too seriously but take the work seriously.
We creative types are fed a lie and that is we should be paid less because we get to do what we love. . . . I'd argue that we should get paid more because we have the guts to do what we love.
Your dream job is not your dream job if it doesn't pay you what you're worth.
Quality is the goal of all craftsman.
In order to be a successful artist, you must master your craft.
Success is not money and money is not success.
Your dream job is not your dream job if it doesn’t pay you what you’re worth.
Focus on quality. Quality is the goal of all craftsmen.
Remember the first step to finding your craft: you do you.
Having a passion for something alone does not guarantee success, and pursuing that passion does not guarantee success either. You’ve got to earn it.
The world needs more beauty and I think that you have it within you.
Have you all met someone new here today? Because everyone in this room is creative and awesome!
I put myself in this creative rut because I had to, there was no other option, it was my job, I had to do it.
The one thing that I heard constantly from my friends at the time was, "I can't do that! I'm not crafty!" I am here to prove everyone wrong who thinks that. That is my life mission.
Even though you might not know something today, it doesn't mean you won't know it tomorrow.
You can put all the hours into something you want, but if there's no heart behind it, then there's no soul behind it.
You can see stuff that you see everyday, use your brain to sort of bend the world around you and make it something else.
Allow your imagination to be a raw material.
You need to say, 'This is a period of time in which I am going to try and make something.' If you don't do that, then how are you going to make anything?
Why is it great to create? Because it's enjoyable. It's fun making stuff—you start with nothing and end up with something else. Being creative opens up new ideas, exercises our brain, and makes us feel good.
I like to say that I haven't sold my soul, I merely licensed it.
A doodle is a quick, fun idea.
Doodling, for me, is thinking and making at the same time.
You can doodle with sound! It doesn't have to be an image. It can be a noise, a melody. It's about playing around with something.
A doodle is when you're making something intuitively and you're not quite sure what it's going to be, but you feel good about what it is you're doing.
I would choose graft over craft. It's about making stuff.
I'm not really sure I'm down with craft that much. I'm a little bit anti-craft. I think we should switch out skills for ideas.