Faire Magazine features intimate stories from artists, artisans, and creatives around the world. With its thoughtful stories and beautiful photography, Faire Magazine is always a treat for the eyes and an inspiration for our creative minds. Issue 8 explores the mediums of fiber, sculpture, photography, printmaking, antique and found objects, and the culinary arts.
Every issue of FAIRE is filled with considered words and exceptional visual storytelling, taking readers inside the homes, studios, and minds of artists, makers, and craftspeople all over the world to explore what it means to live creatively. FAIRE magazine is a certified CarbonNeutral® print product, using FSC® certified paper and natural non toxic inks, our magazine is printed by PurePrint in the U.K.
ISSUE 8 Contents
American apparel designer turned teacher Sarahbeth Larrimore, who teaches slow fashion through the lens of sustainability and listening to the muse’s call.
British self-taught creative Lu Mason, who works across many different mediums, from cut paper and recycled fabrics to Perspex and spray paint.
British creative Rebecca Desnos who advocates for natural plant dyeing and harnessing nature’s solutions for healing and nourishment.
Odile Bouscarat, a French creative who paints with found objects.
British sculptor Cara Wassenberg, whose work is a distillation of her two passions: a love of process and of outdoor wild spaces.
Kate Hill, a published author, professional cook, teacher, mentor, coach, and a self-described modern elder and Gascon fairy godmother.
French leather designer Isabelle Pierrés, who is the creator of luxury leather accessories brand Atelier St Loup.
Old Hope which is a very special studio on the edge of Romney Marsh, U.K. where artist and printmaker Darren Pilcher works with wax stencils and woodblock printing techniques.
Norwegian contemporary artist Jannik Abel who moved to a forest in 2017 to make a home and art.
French artist-designer Sarah Espeute who embroiders stories of everyday imagery onto antique and vintage linens for her creative brand, Oeuvres Sensibles.
Irish creative Jeni Glasgow, who could be described as a hunter, a gatherer, an assembler, a disassembler, a maker, a curator, a thinker, a sartorialist, and a dancer.
Bérengère Desmettre, a French writer, visual artist, journalist, and photographer living in the countryside outside of Paris.