"Over the past 18 months, Lucy Johnston has been scouring the globe for progressive artists. After investigating 400, she noticed a trend that she calls digital-artisan... combining the classical skills of a crafts worker with tools once reserved for the automotive and aerospace industries."
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"Artisanship in the digital era: it sounds like a contradiction in terms. But Johnston's survey ... proves that it really needn't be; it would be odd and unfair to describe these things as anything other than works of art."
"Compares the current digital shake-up to the industrial revolution
and concludes that the new tech has created opportunities and options, rather than rendered craft skills redundant."
The Sunday Times
"Digital Handmade captures a dynamic movement that celebrates
the tradition of craft... Lucy Johnston has curated a very contemporary cabinet of curiosities."