Crafts Issue No. 240 January/February 2013


  • Having forsaken the figurines that made him famous, Barnaby Barford is working on a series of mirrors. But, says Grant Gibson, he hasn't lost his satirical edge 

  • The critic and author Glenn Adamson explains why he has decided to bid craft a fond farewell 

  • Artist Kate MccGwire creates feathered sculptures that are both spectacular and ever so slightly unsettling, explains Teleri Lloyd-Jones 

  • Following Jacqueline Poncelet's Wrapper unveiled on London's Edgware Road, Corinne Julius reports on artists upscaling their work

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