Peaks Islander and Episcopal lay minister Thurl Headen feeds his spirit through fashion.
The perforated pottery of Lincolnville sculptor Simon van der Ven.
Alewives Fabrics is a draw for quilters and sewists in Maine and beyond.
Obadiah Buell makes light and fluid sculptures from scavenged granite tailings.
Our ongoing search for pissah fashion led us to Marcia Heath, writer, pianist, and rowing buff from Waldo.
A cancer survivor and her oncology-nurse sister create a line of natural beauty products.
Maine animal lovers unleash all manner of swag for furry friends.
Chatting with the worm wranglers of FixIt Farm.
Find everything from milk cans to Jamie Wyeth prints in old-fashioned Cornish, where even the shops have past lives.
Some Maine jewelers take the phrase “precious stones” quite littoral-y.
Beth Bowley, a Maine native, opened fourTWELVE in Rockland after more than two decades in New York. Now she designs and manufactures her own clothing line.
Scouting the state for wicked individual fashion, we found student Camden Hunt at College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor.