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Making Good Stuff :: A Studio Visit & Interview with GOOD ART HLYWD

Making Good Stuff :: A Studio Visit & Interview with GOOD ART HLYWD

By The Hundreds Staff

“[Money’s] never been the why or the driving force,” says Josh Warner, who has been sculpting hand-crafted luxury silver and brass goods for over 25 years at his company GOOD ART HLYWD. “The driving force has always been create good effects.'” At GOOD ART, they’re sprucing up the details that most gloss over—backed by a philosophy of American core values like honesty, integrity, and a hard day’s work for a day’s pay—and if the devil’s in the details, GOOD ART is making the devil look damn good. We visited Josh and his team at GOOD ART’s home base to learn more about why what they’re doing is so damn cool—and rare—in today’s world; From using equipment and techniques over 100 years old, to creating pieces that feel good to make, and are meant to last forever, Josh says, “Keep your grandma’s jewelry in the safe; use this stuff ’til it turns to dust.”

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