‘The Craftsmen’ takes an inside look at the passionate, gritty work of modern-day artisans



In this day and age, it’s not often we come across an object that was crafted by the hands of men and women. More often than not, our gadgets, toys, furniture and automobiles were fashioned via a computer-programmed machine, with minimal human interaction.

While this means of production isn’t bad by any means, there’s little denying that there’s a certain magic and value in objects created by craftsmen, people who intimately know every minute detail of what it is they’re producing.

Dean Bradshaw, a commercial photographer and…

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