In the world of cutlery, there's artisanship and then there's\u00a0artisanship. The latter entails one dude painstakingly crafting\u00a0knives by hand before selling them one piece or set at a time. At Cut Brooklyn, that dude is owner Joel Bukiewicz. Using only the best available materials like carbon steel, Joel makes knives by hand\u00a0in his\u00a0NYC-area workshop. Each knife comes with a lifetime commitment. That means if the blade ever dulls you can bring\u00a0it in for\u00a0a proper tune up. Emanating from Joel's operation is a\u00a0truly palpable and\u00a0timeless sense of craftsmanship.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nUpon completion of his latest masterpiece, Joel will either sell the knife directly out of his shop or use social media to its fullest potential. His Twitter feed might\u00a0be dubbed "cutlery\u00a0porn" given the constant flow of gorgeous, handcrafted knives streaming across the screen.\u00a0What's reinforced\u00a0is a true connection between created and creator. Joel not only gives each knife a distinct name, but he'll routinely\u00a0share every detail of the process.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nIn addition to selling\u00a0precision cutting tools, Cut Brooklyn offers accessories like cutting boards and magnets made by Joel's\u00a0friend Nils. There's also an in-house knife sharpening service and Joel doesn't discriminate, meaning he's happy to sharpen a blade he didn't make. However, if you ask us (or Joel we imagine), you're probably just better off buying one of his knives because they look spectacular. Cut Brooklyn duly remains a cut above the rest.\r\nCheck it out\r\n\r\n\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.