Smoke Break #893: A Short Film On Knife Maker Joel Bukiewizc Of “Cut Brooklyn”

A little bit of porn for creative types and chefs…

In our second film, we meet writer turned knife maker Joel Bukiewicz of Cut Brooklyn. He talks about the human element of craft, and the potential for a skill to mature into an art. And in sharing his story, he alights on the real meaning of handmade—a movement whose riches are measured in people, not cash.

Via Nerdcore.

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  1. Man, I saw that via kottke,so beautiful.

    How it’s about craft and Really Caring About something. About independence and making something worthwhile. Maybe even permanent. And most importantly, it seems to be about that path to get there, the failure, the long slog, which, I think, is still about craft.

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