Handmade Nation

I am a bit behind the tide I am sure, but I just wanted to express my admiration and pride for Cortney Heimerl and Faythe Levine and the work they did on their Handmade Nation book and film project. They have been truly busting their asses and deserve respect and attention for what they have accomplished.

I missed the book release on Saturday due to work, but they were sweet enough to bring me a copy (that night no less). I have yet to digest the thing, but from what I see, there is no question why they are on the 3rd pressing and selling out.

Check it out for yourself @ http://indiecraftdocumentary.blogspot.com

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