Manchester-based craftsman Liam Hopkins discusses the power of design, changing creative direction and why he had to strike out on his own.
A passionate advocate for the value of making, Wayne Hemingway discusses why 2018 needs The National Festival of Making.
As the animated canine caper shows, embracing the fantastical doesn’t require the same leap of faith it once did.
The children’s writer, illustrator and Observer cartoonist on politics, creativity and British artistic identity.
From an ethical documentary maker to a home-grown workwear business, we spoke to some of the standout brands at this year’s feel-good craft festival.