Project Plug: The Makers’ Journal

The nicely curated makers marketplace HAYSTAKT – an e-destination housing carefully chosen, well-designed, quality goods from independent makers – is now supplemented by a monthly online-only publication – The Makers’ Journal – looking at Making in Asia, with a focus on people, product, and process.

“In our inaugural issue, we set out on a journey to define maker. The task saw us travelling to Japan to bring you an interview about the craft difference with terrarium maker Daisuke Tsumanuma, while learning about the importance of tea drinking. Stopping over in Bangkok, we uncover Talad Rot Fai through our lens, an industrial-themed marketplace (and probably one of the city’s best kept secrets). Back home on our sunny shores, we attend a beautiful exhibition by our friends from The Workshop Gallery, and learn about the art of crafting an online memory experience with the State of Buildings. Last but not least, we take some quiet time off to reflect with designer Melvyn Ong.”

These guys know where the talent is.

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