Faire Crafting & Creative Life - Issue Four
Issue 4 explores the mediums of fibers (quilting and weaving); fine art (painting, illustration and sculpture); craft (jewellery-making, leatherwork, botanical-craft and wood-work), food (recipe development, food activism and the art of fermentation), creative entrepreneurship and heritage savoir-faire.
The featured artists live and work in some of the most beautiful corners of the earth. Issue Four explores a heritage weaving atelier in the Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland; an award-winning female chefs home tucked away in a Swedish forest. Faire goes behind-the-scenes inside Sennelier, the celebrated Parisian art store; meet the impresario of a historical Black dance hall in Mississippi and we step inside the Daylesford kitchen of Australia’s foremost expert on fermentation. Faire meets the artist who has transformed a vast early 20th-century mattress factory into a design studio in North Carolina; and a magical woodworkers workshop inside an 18th-century Mallorcan Finca; and we go to Boykin, Alabama to interview and meet five Gees Bend quilters and so much more.
Every issue of FAIRE is filled with considered words and exceptional visual storytelling, taking readers inside the homes, studios, and minds of artists, makers, and craftspeople all over the world to explore what it means to live creatively.
FAIRE magazine is a certified CarbonNeutral® print product, using FSC® certified paper and natural non toxic inks, our magazine is printed by PurePrint in the U.K.