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Vol. 3


Wabi-sabi is a Japanese term, derived from Buddhist philosophy, that encompasses an aesthetic of beauty which  values the incomplete, impermanent, and imperfect. This philosophy acknowledges a reality that “nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect”. It is the acceptance of the passage of time, simplicity, and authenticity. Perhaps, the absence of wabi-sabi explains our society's melancholic embrace of the past and fever-pitched restlessness with each algorithmic breakthrough in technology. We romanticize the era of the Jetson but fear the loss of our humanity.

In this issue, Handmade, we evoke wabi-sabi with the celebration of meticulous, human handcrafted apothecary goods, adornments, wood, clay, paper and fiber wares, and delights that may not be fully completed, finished, or perfect. The purposeful void of mass-production, outsourcing and automation breathes life and beauty unparalleled.

We are proud to share our handmade maker community.

Past Issues

Vol. 1 · Community  (Sold Out)

Vol. 1 · Community
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Vol. 2 · Food & Beverage  (Sold Out)

Vol. 2 · Food & Beverage
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Boketto Wellness
106 N Vine St. Floor 1,
Richmond, VA 23220

9200 Stony Point Parkway
Richmond, VA 23225

1710 Altamont Avenue
Richmond, VA 23230

413 Libbie Avenue (Dec. 8)
Richmond, VA 23226

2924 W. Cary Street
Richmond, VA 23221

3023 W. Marshall Street
Richmond, VA 23230

Dear Neighbor
2415 Jefferson Ave.
Richmond, VA 23223

Little Nomad
104 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23220

Lucid Living
300 E. Grace Street
Richmond, VA 23219

Studio Two Three
3300 W. Clay Street
Richmond, VA 23230

Strawberry Fields Flowers and Finds
423 Strawberry Street
Richmond, VA 23220

PERK! Coffee + Lunchbox
2620 Buford Road
N. Chesterfield, VA 23235

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