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‘I want to make something that has never been made before, something no one has ever seen, something with power that inspires everyone who sees it’ DALE CHIHULY, p.70

Dale Chihuly, detail of Fiori Verdi, 2016, on display as part of Reflections on Nature at Kew Gardens

REGULARS

04 Previews

Political patchworks and Andean adventures 16 Story of a commission

How the seeds were planted for Joana Vasconcelos’s Edinburgh pleasure garden 18 Talent spot

Fflur Cadwaladr Owen sculpts wood and leather into organic forms 20 Inspiration

Pretziada’s Sardinian odyssey 22 Letter from America

Jewellery for your digital avatar 66 Reviews

Our critics put craft podcasts through their paces and see manga come alive in London 90 Tribute

A reflection on the life of mirror mosaic artist Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian 92 Thinking aloud

Tanya Harrod’s love letter to handwriting

FEATURES

26 Food for thought

From fish scales to coffee grounds, makers transform our leftovers 36 Good vibrations

Metalsmith Adi Toch listens to her materials 44 Handmade homes

Dwellings marked by process and patina 52 Cultural crossings

Artist Janet Abrams visits the pioneering Golden Bridge Pottery in Pondicherry, India 60 Laser sharp

The jewellery brand Tatty Devine is a barometer of our times, says Bethan Ryder

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