I couldn’t agree more: “I’m sick and tired of self-appointed so-called experts and their know-it-all, arrogant attitude. Why don’t you people stay out of things you know nothing about?..” Read the whole article here Thanks for the link Ryan!
Here is the site, where you can registrate yourself to my shoemaking courses in New York, this summer. http://www.rosenbaumsny.com/Summer2010.htm I will post some photos about the new models we will make there soon. So the advanced men’s shoe making course, the high heel making course and the design course will be held simultaneously. We’ll have… Read More
with a dog in it.. Cute isn’t it? Her name is Mogyoró, which means Hazelnut. And you can perfectly draw her face with three black spots. Next time more about shoes.
I do: – make shoes and boots – teach students – make educational videos and photo series – keep courses – enjoy the scent of the workshop every single morning – wake up at 6 am to answer mails – have good friends all over the world because of shoemaking – continue my apprenticeship program… Read More
I have just seen a video about handmade shoes, claiming that the factory makes them handmade. OK – DOES SOMEONE REALLY BELIEVE THAT THOSE SHOES ARE HANDMADE WITH THOSE DAMN HUGE, NOISY MACHINES? Come on. We, traditional shoemakers created and built the image of “handmade”. How come that people accept to use it from factories?… Read More
I heard a story about someone, who took a one week course in shoe making and started to teach. I really think that a craft worth much more than this, and it shouldn’t be allowed to anyone to teach. You must understand my point: this is a dieing craft. Our traditions are fading away, knowledge… Read More