We're Drift Journal; A collective of friends, photographers, writers, videographers and artists exploring heritage craft in the United States. We tell stories honestly and strive to capture images beautifully.
Sometimes the best ideas come out of the least likely of places. And sometimes those ideas can only become reality through the foundation of friendship. At least that’s the story […]
When you step into Rhine Hall, there are many things you might notice: the sweet punch aroma of fermenting fruit, steam emitting from copper distills, steel clad vessels, maybe even […]
While speaking with him in his Brooklyn studio, it becomes clear that Aaron is an artist that lets details speak for themselves. He isn’t afraid to tell it how it […]
There are few other indicators of a lovely heart than the act of caring. The recipients of care, whether persons or objects, become uniquely beautiful. Isobel of Bryr Studio, has […]
A sign along legendary California Coast Highway 101 reads “You’re entering Leucadia, Happy the Funk up!” People wear shirts stating Leucadia is love, bougainvillea flowers climb the walls of every […]
For Micah (Yeti) Cryder, crafting handmade pipes in his Montana shop is all about working with the grain of each piece of briar wood and finding its hidden potential.
A team of artists, actors, and woodworkers find meaning making items of worth in Nick Offerman’s Los Angeles woodshop.
In Rural Cambridge, WI; Mark Skudlarek creates beautiful pottery in a hand-made wood-fired kiln.
If you are not familiar with the world of Raw, Selvedge, Bespoke Denim, it might be easy to get stuck on cost…
Located in Northeast Minneapolis, walking into the Hennepin Made studio on a cold January morning is like entering the tropics. Heat emulates from kilns, music plays overhead, and 4 guys […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
The process of creating hand cut wood block prints is so completely fascinating and seeing the detail of how it is done has made us appreciate Nick’s works of art […]
It’s not often that we run into other families that have lifestyles similar to our own. Other than when we’re out exploring, most of our life happens at home — we live, work, school, eat, play, sleep… at home. Amy + Kelsey and their three boys do the same sort of things, out in their beautiful country home.
Kickapoo Coffee Roasters is a family-scale enterprise situated near the scenic Kickapoo River in the Driftless region of southwest Wisconsin. The foundation of their business is their shared values: connection to the land, consideration for the local and global community, and commitment to their families and those of their trading partners. And yes, there are a lot of coffee roasters out there but seriously, these guys are some of the best.
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