Jarrod Dahl: A New Wood Culture
The northern Wisconsin woodworker leading a revitalization of woodenware in the United States.
Hida Sangyo: Finding Hidden Treasures in Japan's Cedar Forests
The dense, dark green forests of the Hida region are home to a woodworking tradition that dates back 1,300 years. In this story, we explore how Hida Sangyo’s holistic use of the cedar tree builds upon legendary craftsmanship to create sustainable innovation and modern furniture.
Imprint Presents: The Tree Biographer with Perry Shaw
Third-generation woodworker Perry Shaw treks daily through the dense, well-trod forests of the Pacific Northwest, often shadowed by his two sons or his dog. As the afternoon sun trickles through the canopy, Shaw scans for fallen trees, craggy and marked by blight.
Tom Henscheid: The Artful Craftsman Who Solves the Impossible

Depending on the day, Tom Henscheid is a carpenter, welder, sculptor, contractor, furniture-maker, restoration specialist, cabinet-maker, teacher, or inventor. On most days, he is a carver of spoons.

Bifu Kimura: A 9th Generation Potter Mastering the Way of the Shokunin
Bifu Kimura is a dedicated Bizen potter fulfilling his zest for adventure though his steadfast pursuit of clay craft alongside his family.