Now at Hand-Eye Supply


I am particularly pleased to announce that Hand-Eye Supply – one of my favorite online stores – is now carrying “The Anarchist’s Design Book.”

Based in Portland, Ore., Hand-Eye Supply carries a selection of fantastic things for creative people, from drafting and designing supplies to the best selection of workwear I’ve ever found. I own many, many pieces of the stuff they sell. The Edgevale pants are simply the best lower-extremity garment I’ve put on. The Le Laboureur work jacket is on me more than off me.

I’ve not been disappointed by anything I’ve bought from Hand-Eye since discovering the company years ago.

Check them out. Give them your support if you will.

— Christopher Schwarz

About Lost Art Press

Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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5 Responses to Now at Hand-Eye Supply

  1. Brian Clites says:

    Thanks for the recommendation. Is Hand-Eye Supply related in any way to the LAP titles By Hand and Eye / By Hound and Eye? If not, was this store an influence for Walker and Tolpin’s titelage?

  2. shopsweeper says:

    I like the look of this place, Thanks. If only they had more adult sizes in stock.

    For anyone starting the journey to wear 1st world made clothing; I hereby submit Fox River socks and Flint and Tinder underwear for consideration to round out the wardrobe. Its not a cheap proposition to stop clothing yourself from the Dollar Store.

  3. Alex A. says:

    Thanks for the recommendation, I’ve been needing a new bench brush and I ended up getting one of their sanding blocks as well.

  4. Bartee says:

    I went to look at their site again. Loved their stuff. Sadly, A large number of items are out of stock, like no pants at all etc. Concerned they are going out of business. Such COOL stuff.

  5. rawlingsrod says:

    These kind of clothes (with proud Union Made tags) were once commonplace until the 80s in stores like J. C. Penney’s at a fraction of the cost–even after adjusting for inflation. Remind me again of who became POTUS in 1980.

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