The Knife Maker

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A project from bureauofcommongoods.com, Made by Hand is a new short film series celebrating the people who make things by hand—sustainably, locally, and with a love for their craft. In [their] second film, [they] meet writer turned knife maker Joel Bukiewicz

Cake: The Value of Experiences

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Amber Reyland writes: A self directed project looking into the value of process and shared experiences compared with the convenience of shop bought products. In this series of experiences I wanted to emphasise the value of sharing an experience towards

Dry the River Horses (a 3D poster)

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Dry the River created these huge paper-craft horse posters in collaboration with FOAM creative Xavier Barrade. This short film shows the posters being crafted and fly-posted. Xavier designed the horses in 3D with Google Sketch Up before printing out and

How a Bicycle is Made (1945)

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The design and manufacture of Raleigh bicycles. Find out more information about this title at britishcouncil.org/film.

Branca

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Branca, something of how they are made. Branca is inspired by wooden branches that turn, twist, meet and branch off. The result is comfort to the eye, to the body and to the hand. Design: Sam Hecht / Industrial Facility,

Colnago Painting Process

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From Colnago The paint process starts with mask­ing tape and thread pro­tec­tors to keep paint out of the parts of the frame where none is needed. Then, we apply a layer of spe­cial primer that helps the outer lay­ers bond

Colnago EPS Bike Frame Construction

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The Art of making bikes – constructing a top of the line carbon framed road bike.

“The Bushmills” by Shwood and Bodega

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Shwood joined forces with BUSHMILLS, producers of Irish Whiskey, and Bodega, a Boston boutique store for a unique promotional item. Limited to 100 pieces, the 100 year old White Oak wood used once for the whiskey barrels, now forms the

Experiment No. 3 – Scrap Surf

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Shwood founder Eric Singer teams up with friends to create a unique wooden surfboard. Watch how Singer and company process and shape this functional one-of-a-kind board using reclaimed wood found on the Oregon coast. The construction process was guided by

Edwin Clothing: Japan

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edwin-europe.com/japan_film.html For 35 years, Edwin Japan have worked on improving efficiency, quality, construction and washing methods by studying and engineering machinery used in the denim manufacturing process. It is impossible to improve what one makes without spending the time everyday