“Craftivism is for everyone from skilled crafters to burnt out activists, and those people who want to challenge injustice in the world but don’t know what to do, where to start or how to prioritise their energies and time."
We are a fan of the The Craftivist Collective’s gentle protest approach to craftivism. They aim to change the world with deliberate, thoughtful actions that provoke reflection and conversation instead of aggression and division.
“A book of questions divided into 5 levels of knowing a person, with 100 questions total. We hope it makes for interesting date nights, good conversations around the table, and ultimately to help people love each other better by knowing one another.“
We are inspired by The Known Project because truly engaging in conversation is an art. Their products create space for intentional connection and better relationships.
“This series of easy exercises serves as an introduction into mindfulness to teach little ones (ages 3+) how to unlock their own sense of stillness and wonder in the present moment.“
We love these exercises, as they embolden the capacity of young kids to tap into greater calm, confidence, and joy. Engaging with ourselves is a practice that many of us didn’t grow up learning how to do.
“I created this greeting card because, as we moved away from Austin, I realized how many small businesses I relied on on a day-to-day basis…These people work day in and day out to make sure their business is providing a quality service” — Claire Marie Vendetti
We not only admire the card’s aesthetics, but also its potential in encouraging a small business owner. It’s a perfect way to better engage with the neighbors in our local community.