Amid the low hum of industrial-size fans in a shotgun-style warehouse near bustling South Lamar Boulevard, Gary Martin of Gary Martin Signs hunches over a set of sketches on onionskin paper, trying ...
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Despite what canned concoctions may lead people to believe, humble chicken soup can actually be a work of art. A broth, so goldenly hazy it’d make IPA drinkers jealous, surrounds crispy islands of ...
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“Did you find copper or did copper find you?” I ask Jonathan Beall, founder of the Mexico-based artisan copper cooperative, Sertodo Copper. “Let’s say we stumbled into each other,” he ...
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by Layne Lynch • Photography by Melanie Grizzel It’s hard to believe that a serendipitous stop at the Hotel San José in a restored 1972 camper van ended up rewarding Austin with ...
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by Elizabeth Winslow • Photography by Molly Winters Keith Kreeger wants to get intimate. “How many pieces of art do you hold on a daily basis?” he asks on a recent visit to his ...
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