Small workshop tours are at the heart of what Tiny Workshops is all about. Whether it’s a wood shop, tinkerer’s workbench, creative haven, or artist’s nook, you’ll find some truly incredible workspaces here.
New interviews and tours are published regularly, but you can browse the latest by scrolling down the page. If you’d rather browse by craft, use the links below to filter the interviews by some of the most common crafts.
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Leah’s unique approach to mixed media embroidery creates stunning results that you can emulate at home.
Legendary papercrafter Ninjatoes has been making custom papercrafts for over two decades.
Argentine illustrator Luli Bunny creates adorable characters for books, toys, and more.
Jewelry maker Juanjo Garcia makes intriguing works bursting with creativity.
Nazar Yarish’s whimsical toy designs bring timeless creativity and playfulness to the toy-making universe.
Jeff Sanders harnesses the “wiggle” in LEGO pieces to create incredible geometric patterns and 3D sculptures.
French illustrator Niniwanted (AKA Jenny Lelong) creates cute, Japan-inspired digital illustrations and goods.
Kari’s minimalist lifestyle is perfectly suited to her small Tiny House workspace and travel journal artwork.
Portland-based woodcarver and artist Anya Walker minimizes her impact by using salvaged and discarded wood for her unique and intricate carvings.
It wasn’t until reconnecting with her Okinawan roots that watercolor illustrator Flor Kaneshiro truly found her style.
Katnipp Studios’ Catherine Kay turned a corner of her new office into a creative pastel wonderland.
Australian artist and illustrator Claudia Osborn (AKA Maus Haus) uses earthy tones and eye-catching color combinations in her incredible artwork.
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