A couple of weeks ago, we discovered through Selectism ’Made by Hand‘, a new book that introduces us into the artisans workshops in the United Kingdom, United States and Scandinavia. From luthieres that create violins to how they make wooden spoons. Lamps, clocks, Japanese paper or shoes. Under the subtitle “Contemporary makers, traditional practices”, Nick Warner has compiled a set of creators that define the taste and interest in detail and the origin of traditions. Through interviews, the artisans explain the motivations that make them to do their work. The perfect book to travel through creators around the world and to get to know closer the meticulous work just made with their hands.