This Grandma Makes Thousands of Dollars Selling Moose Turds as Art

Behold the marketing genius of Maine's Mary Winchenbach, a miracle worker who built a thriving business out of poo and puns.


Inside the Pixelated World of Perler Bead Art

I started making beaded crafts as a hobby, but soon I was hooked on the retro aesthetic and the vibrant community that supports it.


We Went to a Fashion Show Inside a Brazilian Prison

What started as recreational crochet lessons for detainees turned into a private runway show.


Absurd Photos of Experimental DIY Ornaments

Help yourself to these crafty seasonal hacks.


Cheerful Tiny Sculptures Make Magic Out of Clay

Artist and crafts maker, Liskaflower, creates charming tropical wares from polymer clay and jewelry parts.


The World's Master Craftspeople Are Coming to This New York Festival

Take a workshop and celebrate the art of crafts this weekend at Brooklyn's Craft in Focus Festival.


Artist Weaves Intricate Bonsai Trees with Copper and Aluminum Wire

English artist and craftsman Andy Elliott is reimagining the ancient botanical art form.


We Talked to Instagram’s Most Popular Slimers

Inside the strangely euphoric world of watching people poke, squish, pull, and prod homemade goo.


Colored Tape on Glass Makes Matisse-Inspired Minimalist Illustrations

In Joshua Tree, California, artist Eric Petersen is turning digital artworks into handmade translucent illustrations.


Duchamp's Urinal Is a Lot Funnier in Felt

Jenne Giles spins a urinal, a bunny, and a bloodied tampon out of traditional textiles.


Inside the Artist-Run Website Curating Minnesota’s Art Scene | #50StatesofArt

“From its inception, Mn Artists was geared with an artist-first mission and mandate,” Editor-in-Chief Susannah Schouweiler tells The Creators Project.


A Felt Artist Recreated the UK's Most Shoplifted Items

British artist Lucy Sparrow took a humorous look at the everyday criminal act of shoplifting.