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Chuck Jones shows how to draw Bugs Bunny - YouTube

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Sway: Portrait of Nick Wroblewski, Woodcut Printmaker. Nick Wroblewski is an award winning woodcut printmaker based out of Viroqua, Wisconsi...

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Bottled History in The craftsmanship channel

Bottled History by Smith Journal. Ray Gascoigne has been around boats his whole life, as a shipwright, a merchant sailor, and now as a ship builder on the smallest dry dock there is: a bottle

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the mall pretzels

the mall pretzels by rachelchew. blogged: elephantine.typepad.com/elephantine/2011/04/the-mall-pretzels.html

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Coconut: Nose to Tail by The Perennial Plate. In Sri Lanka, the coconut is, in a sense, a source of life. Not only it is the main ingredient in most Sri Lankan dishes, but it also plays a major role in many non-culinary parts of every day life. Without the coconut, things in Sri Lanka would be very different. We spent the day with a family of 8 on their modest coconut plantation outside of Negombo, where they showed us all this fruit (nut?.. seed?..) has to offer.

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Glass Blowing // Off The Easel

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World Championship Blacksmiths' Competition Tong Making Class

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Sketchbook, February 2013 by Seb Lester. BlackLetter was used throughout Europe from about 1150 until the end of the 17th century. One of my current preoccupations is developing a set of modern BlackLetter capitals that are highly legible, in BlackLetter terms, and yet retain the richness and beauty inherent in this ancient category of letterform. From time to time I will film clips like this to record my progress. Prints and originals available from www.seblester.co.uk. Music by Carlos…

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Pottery Lesson by Olive Us. Ralph, Maude, Olive, Oscar, Betty & June Blair visit Horseshoe Mountain Pottery, and have a pottery lesson from Joe Bennion.

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The Minds of Makers: Joel Huntley

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Pottery Lesson by Olive Us. Ralph, Maude, Olive, Oscar, Betty & June Blair visit Horseshoe Mountain Pottery, and have a pottery lesson from Joe Bennion.

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steve sunk - axe man by rob norton. Steve Sunk makes weapons using the same techniques as ancient bladesmiths. He can copy and make any design people bring him. What's unique about his blades is he makes the steel himself; Damascus is his most popular. Like his knives, Steve has a tough exterior - but there is an underlying gracefulness in his creation of knives and the patterns they yield. Steve's passion for blade making provides stress relief from teaching as a Master Chef at Charles…

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MAKERS Part 2: Beam & Anchor by Shwood Eyewear. For the MAKERS series, Shwood Eyewear (www.shwoodshop.com) pays homage to some of Portland's most innovative crafters, artists, builders, writers, and designers that inspire the experimental creators in us all. Part 2 features Beam & Anchor (www.beamandanchor.com); a collective workspace and showroom in North Portland where an assortment of local craftsmen both make and sell their work. Follow the full series at www.experimentwithnature.com

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A Chemex Method

A Chemex Method by hufort. This is how I make a cup of coffee with a Chemex.

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STORYBOARD: Glassblowing the Brooklyn Way by Tumblr. Founded just over a year ago by Alan Iwamura and David Ablon, Brooklyn Glass is an open-access studio that brings glassblowing, flame working, and neon bending under the same roof. It solved a big issue in the glassblowing world – previously, craftsmen had to travel out of state to find adequate workshop space. Now, problem solved. They even offer classes in the glass arts. Would you like to temporarily teleport to the Middle Ages and make…

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Lennon's Poster by Make Productions. A short film following the recreation of the Pablo Fanque circus poster that inspired John Lennon to write 'Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite' for the Beatles album 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'. Using the traditional methods of wood engraving and letterpress printing, Peter Dean and his team of experts bring to life Lennon's poster.

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Two Fires - Short Documentary & Artist Profile

Two Fires - Short Documentary & Artist Profile by Pigeonhole Films. Artists Ian and Paula Rylatt show us their artistic approach to two individual projects while exploring what it means to be an artist living a rural and alternative lifestyle in the Welsh countryside.

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The Birth Of A Tool. Part I. Axe Making (by John Neeman) by John Neeman Tools. This is a short documentary movie that shows the whole process of how the John Neeman tools are being hand crafted.

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A Place To Gather by Jamie & Keith. Directors: jamieandkeith

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Made by Hand / No 4 The Cigar Shop by Made by Hand. A project from www.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 craft.

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Why Craft / Nate Mucha

Why Craft / Nate Mucha by Alexander Catanese. Nate Mucha at work in the Letterpress Shop.

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Birth of a Guitar

Birth of a Guitar by Christopher Durai. This is a video I did for my friend Kipp Krusa, an amazing guitar maker in Bon Aqua, Tennessee.

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Why Craft / Nate Mucha

Why Craft / Nate Mucha by Alexander Catanese. Nate Mucha at work in the Letterpress Shop.

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Manos, Pottery Studio by Homegrown Swedes. While the Magnolia is in full bloom, this is a step-by-step peek into the clay-tinted world of Karin Eriksson. Her beautiful pottery, deceitfully simple, is even more admirable when all the stages of the process come to light. We've captured the five day production cycle carefully – and still had to leave out parts. And, yes, we cheated. Karin prepared all the stages beforehand (which to us was even more impressive) to lead us through it in a single…

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