Journal

Montana Guitar Shop

We met Rick on a chilly winter day in January of this year while visiting Amy’s folks in Montana, and instantly we were completely captivated. For twenty years he’s been fashioning guitars from planks of wood he’s sourced locally & beyond (places further from home, like British Columbia & Alaska). His cottage-style shop in the […]

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Telaio Studio

Katharine’s studio window faces the street. It’s an eclectic street. A brewery and taproom, two mechanic shops (one that specializes in restoring old Mini-Coopers), a banked-track roller derby rink, some artist studios, a galvanizer, and a dive bar. The crowd on the street is always changing, but Katharine is a consistent presence. It’s a common […]

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Sanborn Canoe

Zak and Todd are two of the most unassuming, humble guys you may meet. Cousins, they both grew up in Minnesota each with a crazy love for the outdoors and a grandfather who, before they were born, carved out his own wooden canoe and took to the water. It was that canoe that inspired them […]

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FeLion Studios

Hailing from Milwaukee, WI, Alisa is an artist of many disciplines, but currently her studio is adorned with a hand-welded furnace and old iron appliances awaiting to be reborn as her art.

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Avalanche Looms

There’s something about this area — the Driftless Region — that captures people’s hearts. We love this quote from Susan’s response in the Q+A’s below: “I remember the day I was in my office in downtown Detroit thinking I’d rather be a cow on a hill in Coon Valley than myself in my dumb job.” […]

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