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What Hands Wrought.

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Share This.Nowadays, the notion of something being handmade is a specialized commodity. It is often used as a branding ploy that is flaunted as a privilege to the consumer or deemed a tedious process that is then eliminated through the implementation of machines. A project from bureauofcommongoods.com, Made by Hand is a new short film series celebrating the people who make things by hand—sustainably, locally, and with a love for their Read More

Break It All Away.

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Share This.When the world seems like less than it should be, your art is the only thing that you have. Life could be crumbling around you but your art is the pillar that somehow remains standing; quiet and strong. In the short film, With a Piece of Chalk, a little boy (played by Justen Beer) finds solace in his craft despite the turmoil in both his school and home life. The Read More