In the West Bank, makers like Tawfiq Natsheh are proud to carry on the traditions of their ancestors by recycling glass bottles into hand-blown pieces of art that are so beautiful they are traditionally given to newlyweds on their wedding day.Explore Phoenician glass >
Real recycled maps make up the cover of this unique journal from the Mitra Bali artisan group in Indonesia. Complete with a matching pencil, this journal is an ideal gift for a world traveler or poet.
Mitra Bali supports small-scale makers living in rural areas of the island of Bali by offering assistance in design and material sourcing.
Ten Thousand Villages creates opportunities for artisans in developing countries to earn income by bringing their products and stories to our markets through long-term, fair trading relationships.