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Bladesmith Zack Jonas’s knives live big outside his Warner studio
“I strive for a less-is-more approach aesthetically. I feel like, in knife-making and in many other creative endeavors, a lot of people go for a ‘more is more’ approach, and then everything is noisy or busy or has more features. I try to aim for a more thoughtful approach to design. I like simple, clean lines,” he said.
Jonas learned bladesmithing at MassArt in Boston and refined his skills as an apprentice under one of the program’s instructors. His career in New Hampshire began 10 years ago when he and his wife moved to Wilmot and built his studio from the ground up.