Oh look! MADE Quarterly is here to wow you with sensational hand-crafted creations

Date
4 October 2012
Reading Time
1 minute read

If, like us, you’re pretty partial to hand-crafted objects then it’s time to hold onto the seat of your selvage pants, because we’ve just come across the magazine for you. MADE is a quarterly journal from Published by Process and Hunt Studio that deals exclusively with artisanal objects, whether they’re fashioned from steel, leather or organic cream. As we plough on further into the digital age it’s reassuring to know that there are some seriously talented folks out there doing things the old-fashioned way, and MADE’s mission is to find out why they do what they do.

The inaugural issue is packed full of great features with the likes of Danish motorcycle builders Wrenchmonkees, Aussie cobblers Feit and French interior architect Noe Duchaufour-Lawrence. It also comes with no fewer than four bespoke covers for the discerning collectors amongst you. Now go forth and purchase issue one in abundance so we can make MADE our favourite crafted quarterly for many years to come.

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Published by Process/Hunt Studio: MADE Quarterly

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Published by Process/Hunt Studio: MADE Quarterly

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Published by Process/Hunt Studio: MADE Quarterly

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Published by Process/Hunt Studio: MADE Quarterly

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Published by Process/Hunt Studio: MADE Quarterly

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Published by Process/Hunt Studio: MADE Quarterly

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Published by Process/Hunt Studio: MADE Quarterly

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Published by Process/Hunt Studio: MADE Quarterly

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Published by Process/Hunt Studio: MADE Quarterly

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Published by Process/Hunt Studio: MADE Quarterly

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James Cartwright

James started out as an intern in 2011 and came back in summer of 2012 to work online and latterly as Print Editor, before leaving in May 2015.

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