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  • I interviewed Caesy Oney this morning about his new line for Draught Dry Goods and our conversation meandered, in the way conversations sometimes do, into talk of professional preparedness and artistic authenticity. How you can make a living from making. How craft is sometimes more democratic than art - in craft, anyways, everyone is an expert. And how evidence of the hand, shown through inconsistencies and expertise, both, is important to the story you tell about the objects you make.

    I'm not interested in making personal proclamations, but I am interested in leaving evidence - proof - that I have been here, that my hand, or my voice, has touched this, changed this.
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