It’s our working philosophy.
We find joy in the creation process; we believe making things by hand nourishes the soul.
We also believe the finished artwork somehow contains the deep satisfaction with which it was made. It seems to become part of its very essence.
We’re not anti-technology. Machines and computers are necessary tools—we use them a lot. But for us, they’ll never replace the human touch. Both for the artist who makes the piece, and for the recipient who lives with it afterward.