Issue Two now available.
An annual publication from the USA, this magazine is more like a book. Ignoring the high paper and print quality and beautiful page layouts and images, the content is what sets this apart from all others.
Articles written for woodworkers of all levels, they are thought provoking. The article authors are all outstanding in their field of furniture conservation, restoration, preservation, making new furniture, study of old furniture, teaching, or all of the above. This unique combination and draw on often a lifetime's work and passion shares great perspective on the realities of woodworking and furniture making in a world of increasing digitization and instant gratification.
Produced by Joshua Klein of mid coast Maine in the USA. Issue one came with its own 8 page manifesto outlining its 7 tenets of the magazine and its vision.
- M&T is neither elite or pedestrian.
- M&T celebrates pre industrial methods.
- M&T is dedicated to hands on research.
- M&T honors original construction.
- M&T honors cultural heritage.
- M&T serves as a bridge between disciplines, furniture makers, conservators, scholars.
- M&T is a celebration of historic furniture.