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A craftsman or artisan is a skilled manual worker who makes items that may be functional or strictly decorative.
Craftsman may also refer to:
- Master craftsman, an artisan who practices a handicraft or trade
- Craftsman (album), a 1995 album by Guy Clark
- Craftsman (tools), a brand of tools
- The Craftsman, a magazine founded by Gustav Stickley in 1901
- Craftsman Magazine, a magazine for craftspeople published in the UK from 1983 to 2007
- Craftsman Book Company, publisher of technical references for construction professionals
- Craftsmen Industries, marketing company
- American Craftsman style, an American domestic architectural and interior design
- Craftsman, a style of architecture and furniture arising from the British Arts and Crafts Movement
- Craftsman, a military rank within the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, equivalent to a private
- Craft, the profession of a craftsman
- Handicraft, the product of a craftsman
- Craft production, the manufacturing process
- Demiurge, also referred to as the rational craftsman
- Camping World Truck Series or Craftsman Truck Series, a racing series sponsored by Craftsman tools
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