The Post-Dispatch regularly features artists, crafters and entrepreneurs.
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Seoul Mamas face-shaped masks of soft bamboo cloth are infused with all-natural ingredients, botanicals and elements to hydrate, smooth and brighten skin.
What-a-ya-nuts?! maker takes snacking to new level.
The beginning of her story isn’t much different than most. Noel Leicht had always wanted to be an artist, but she graduated from Washington Un…
Life kept leading her back to design.
Color options can be overwhelming, but she says these 12 shades are all you need.
She loved her kid but not the kitschy diaper bags.
Casual luxury watch bands for five-figure timepieces.
If she could get her carnivore husband to eat granola, she knew she was on to something.
Her painterly style with thread inspires book deal.
Want a picture your cat as a 17th century lord or your pooch in military regalia.
Sisters Amanda Helman and Susan Logsdon have the kind of parallel lives you’d expect from twins, not siblings three years apart, but their close bond destined them to go into business together.
Yes, that’s her real name and, yes even Jenny Present finds it a little humorous that she ended up in a business making presents for others. T…
Scared Symbols Designers • El Jones, 36, Tower Grove; Ronald “Fari Fyah” Jones, 45, University City; Carlos Hagens, 41, South City; and Rai Mo…
For the guy who's not going fishing but looks like he might.
This twenty-something says it's about the hustle and having fun.
Torches and hammers can be very therapeutic.
It's called the Tipsy Goat.
Happy clothes for happy people.
When it's sunny outside, Keeven, 29, has another business maintaining urban micro farms.