Privacy and Citation

We do not share or sell your email address or other metadata with anyone.

Interviews, magazine articles, and stories written by Artisan Modern staff retain our copyright and must be cited correctly.

Stories written by participants on this site should be cited in this manner:

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If you create an Artisan Atelier, we want it to represent you in the best possible way.

You can update and change every aspect any time.

If there’s something you want to change and need our help, please ask.

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If you submit stories to the Objectography

  • Understand that they could be excerpted and published in various places.
  • You will always be given credit as the name you indicated in your login information where we ask “On my stories use this name as  author”. Edit this information by logging in and then clicking “Desk” in the footer menu of any page.
  • You can edit your stories any time, but understand we can’t apply these changes to publications off of this site that were created before your changes.

Artisan Modern is about the opportunity for meaningful materialism.

The Objectography is a collection of stories about objects – things you’ve kept, things you miss, your relationships with artisans, and quests for specific objects. Sharing these stories inspires new relations to ownership and aquisition.

The directory of Ateliers is an open directory of Artisans, and can be used to search for things you need and want to acquire.

Our Magazine introduces a modern approach to quality work, transactions and objects, and to artisans who are making beautiful food and things with pleasure and ethics.

We offer occasional Numbered Editions which superlatively express the qualities we nurture.