Win a framed Ne10 Stencil

Win a framed Ne10 Stencil

We’re giving away one signed and framed Ne10 Stencil, made by Corey Holms. The stencil features a modified version of Corey’s own Ne10 typeface, and is made from photochemical-etched stainless steel. ...Read more

Save 40% on hand-lettered tees

Save 40% on hand-lettered tees

We asked four of our favorite type guys — Ale Paul, Neil Summerour, Corey Holms, and Grant Hutchinson — to create a hand-lettered T-shirt for TypeCon 2013. We love that each shirt reflects their indiv ...Read more

DIY ombre stenciled napkins

DIY ombre stenciled napkins

What you’ll need:  Fill up a jar or bowl with warm water and add 2 teaspoons of the fabric dye. Stir well to make sure the dye dissolves completely. Step 1: Submerge most of the napkin in the ja ...Read more

In the works: Happy balloons

In the works: Happy balloons

We want to know what you think about our happy set of Inflated Occasions balloons. Do you like any of them? All of them? None of them?

In the works: Inflated Occasions balloons

In the works: Inflated Occasions balloons

Our latest in the works project? Inflated Occasions are balloons that don’t blow. We’ve created a few different sets, and we’ll be adding a new set every day. First up: our office set. Which ones do y ...Read more

Allied Maker’s Vessel Lamps

Allied Maker’s Vessel Lamps

Ryden Rizzo — a woodworker and designer in Sea Cliff, New York — founded Allied Maker last year. He creates his lamps, kitchen wares, and desk accessories by hand. His pieces are exercise in restraint ...Read more

Classic literature in chalk

Tanamachi Studio worked with Puffin Books to create Puffin Chalk, a series of classic children’s books, including Peter Pan and the Wizard of Oz. The whimsical covers were created completely by ...Read more

Fewer than three

Fewer than three

Toronto designer Jonathan Sabine’s <3 Side Table has three distinct parts: a wood top, a wood dowel leg, and a bent tubular steel leg. The steel leg makes contact at two points, which allows the ta ...Read more

Steampunk sculptures

Steampunk sculptures

Sue Beatrice, the artist behind All Natural Arts, creates tiny, remarkable steampunk sculptures and jewelery made using old watch parts. (via My Modern Metropolis) Images © All Natural Arts

The making of a guitar

Follow the creation of a handmade guitar with stringed-instrument maker Joe Yanuziello.

Zoë Mowat

Zoë Mowat

We like pretty much everything Montreal-based Zoë Mowat designs, including her beautiful and functional Arbor Jewellery Stand and Contain Writing Desk. Images © Zoë Mowat Design  

Enter to win one of five Seashore Totes

Enter to win one of five Seashore Totes

We’re giving away five Seashore Totes, inspired by — and featuring — Ale Paul’s new typeface Seashore Pro. To enter: 1) Sign in below and follow Fairgoods on Pinterest. 2) Pin the Seashore Tote to one ...Read more

Seeing stars

Seeing stars

Starry Light by Anagraphic, a constellation lamp collection, is a collaboration between graphic designer Anna Farkas and interior designer Miklós Batisz. The lamps are made by hand in Budapest, Hungar ...Read more

A radiant chair

The limited-edition Random8 Chair, by David Lesort and Arnaud Giroud of Pitaya Design, changes color depending on the ambient light and the viewing angle. The eight facets of the chair can create thei ...Read more

Fluid fashion

The Fluid Dress, by Charlie Bucket, is made from 600 feet of knitted tubing filled with dyed water, and is powered by a pump located in the backpack.

Wireless wood keyboards by Orée

Wireless wood keyboards by Orée

Orée, a French design company, is behind these beautiful handmade wood keyboards. Each wireless board is made from a single piece of walnut or maple, so the wood grain can be consistent across the she ...Read more

Chicago’s pop-up maker lab

Chicago’s pop-up maker lab

Chicago’s Harold Washington Library recently opened a pop-up maker lab in partnership with the Museum of Science and Industry. There are MakerBot 2 3D printers, laser cutters, and a milling machine. B ...Read more

Horticultural art in Montreal

Horticultural art in Montreal

Mosaïcultures Internationales, a horticultural art exhibition, is being hosted by the Montreal Botanical Gardens this year. This isn’t your standard topiary display. The massive, intricate displays us ...Read more

In the works: Pizzico Espresso Cups

In the works: Pizzico Espresso Cups

The Pizzico Espresso Cup is one of the first products Palette Industries created, says co-founder Nathan Tremblay. “We went through the design process — from hand drawings to 3D models — and then into ...Read more

Making the Strokes of Genius Notebook

A lot of great people helped make our Strokes of Genius Notebooks. Neil Summerour hand-lettered the words.Blanchette Press provided paper and printed the books, and a whole bunch of friends and fellow ...Read more

Ne10 Stencil

In the works: The Ne10 stencil prototype

We’re in the prototype phase for the Ne10 stencil. We talked to Corey about some of the challenges he encountered during the design. He says, “I was way too delicate with my connectors. What works fin ...Read more

The fine art of bookmaking

The fine art of bookmaking

For Fairgoods maker Benjamin Reynaert, the interest in bookmaking began in school. “I found myself making little books for myself and friends. Then I took a printmaking course, and bookmaking was a co ...Read more