My name is Lourdes, also known as Titiluli. I worked as an architect until I became a mother. Having the need to be creative, I took lessons in screen printing and I was hooked! Loving all things handmade and with the desire to be part of a community which shares, appreciates and understands the satisfaction of creating something with one’s own hands.
I love the whole process which begins with an original design that reflects my love for bright colors and simple shapes. I find it rewarding to take an idea to its simplest form without losing its character.
Each design is hand drawn onto a transparency that is burned onto a silk screen on an exposure unit built by my very handy husband. Then my favorite part begins. I play some fun tunes and start printing to the rhythm. It is art therapy! I use the best quality eco-friendly water based inks on natural fiber fabrics.
The results are lovely tea towels, napkins, pillows, kids wear and art prints to name a few... that simply makes you smile.
EFFORTLESS, INDIVIDUAL STYLE THAT HELPS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST PARKINSON'S DISEASE.
SARA HARARI-BUCHNEA, CREATOR OF SQUAR'D AWAY.
Originally from Canada, Sara has been a part of the art world for more than ten years. Using her eye for aesthetics, she began Squar'd Away to create simple objects that make people happy whenever they look at them or hold them in their hands.
With its ability to soften a look or give it an edge, and countless ways it can be styled, reinterpreting the classic bandana became an endless source of fascination for Sara and the focus of Squar'd Away's first collection.
Squar'd Away will donate 20% of the proceeds of the sale of each square (that is a lot, most companies start at 5-10%) to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.
ceramicism features the work of Brooklyn-based ceramicist, Dustin Barzell.
All my work is handmade, one at a time. Each piece is unique and made with love.
MUJUS designer Paola Delgado started her journey in 2011. After working for Goldman Sachs as an investment banker for four years, she decided to travel back to her childhood country of Peru. Paola's ultimate goal during her return to Peru was to discover who she really was and what she cared about in life. While traveling around Peru, Paola decided to use her knowledge to work towards creating a company that would reflect her own values and beliefs.
MUJUS is the reflection of Paola's traditional Peruvian roots combined with the urban life of Brooklyn. Its jewelry and accessories demonstrate the use of high quality and yet, ecofriendly materials. Instead of using plastic, MUJUS focuses on using more organic materials such as corozo. This is a seed that comes from palm trees within the rainforests of South America and is the only sustainable substitute to animal ivory. Not only does MUJUS create jewelry, the company also makes opportunities.
MUJUS creates its craft with the belief that people should be employed under fair work standards that help them to develop and grow. The company’s hope is to touch the lives of people worldwide through its designs and opportunities.
I am a textile designer and started making soaps. I use mostly organic and all natural ingredients. The soaps are great quality use only essential oils for fragrance. Each scent is inspired by a person. My best seller is my son's scent, clove lavender, my husband is vetiver, my niece is ginger, my mom is neroli, and I have other scents like lemon, jasmine, ylang and a gentle soap. All are olive oil based and have other great oils like coconut oil, shea butter, cocoa butter, palm oil, and almond oil.
Screen printed and block printed textiles and home goods.
Meaning “star in the hand,” Izaskun was always destined to create jewelry. Her eye for spatial composition was nurtured in the Basque Country where she grew up with parents who socialized with artists and often brought her along to museum openings, studios and performances.
She eventually moved to New York, where she achieved Summa Cum Laude in the Jewelry Design Degree at the Fashion Institute of Technology, was awarded the Elsa Peretti/Tiffany scholarship for excellence, and later earned a Business Degree and Creative Enterprise Ownership Diploma.
Working with nOir, Izaskun designed trendsetting jewelry collections distributed worldwide whilst creating customized runway pieces for Gwen Stefani’s L.A.M.B. and other performers, such as Rihanna. Her knowledge in fine jewelry translated to her work with Stella & Dot, and later to her own brand, where she now designs insightful collections inspired by the world around her - the natural forces with which we live, the subtle influences of the cosmos and the unique creations of the universe.
Burning Both Ends are custom-made handcrafted sculptures, which you can light if desired. The sculptures are made in New York and have titles based on their colors. The colors and the wax are mixed only for one sculpture at the time. Each sculpture is entirely unique.
Never the same - Always different.
I run JamJamsJam, a small shop that sells fun & quirky baby clothing and accessories that are perfect for gift giving. I started JamJamsJam after my son was born, I was a stay at home mom but still needed to use my brain and keep busy. I have a background in textile design from Academy of Art in San Francisco. All the applique for the onesies and shirts is eco felt which is made from 100% post consumer recycled plastic bottles (CPSA compliant) so it makes a cute way to recycle. I love to make items that are silly, fun, and of course anything food related! In addition to onesies and kids shirts I also make bibs, teething toys, hats, and decor.
Working with clay has always been a part of my life, but I fell in love with the wheel about 8 years ago when I moved from NYC to DC. Now, back in NYC, almost all of my production centers around the wheel. For me, the wheel represents unlimited functional and sculptural possibility.
My goal for this line of pottery is to fit seamlessly into a kitchen in a way that heightens the cooking and dining experience. Many of my pieces have a very specific usage, sponge holders, garlic scrapers, juicers, and spoon rests and coming from an art and sculpture background, I strive for pieces that are fully functional but also pleasing to look at.
Five | Six Textiles is a home decor brand that honors the heritage of traditional woven textiles from Côte d’Ivoire. We produce home goods in collaboration with the artisan collective of Waraniéné. The products are handwoven with 100% cotton sourced from local farms. The process is carefully crafted by hand and designs, based on traditional motifs, are constantly evolving, the same way cloth has been created for centuries.
Founded in Brooklyn in 2015 by Emma Wingfield and Laine Henry, Five | Six Textiles embraces time-honored weaving techniques, blending them with a modern aesthetic, and translating them into products that reflect your well-traveled home. It’s art with a function. Five | Six Textiles evolved out of a conversation with the artisans of Waraniéné in the summer of 2014. Emma, an African Art Historian, was on a trip researching artist workshops when she met Vali, the head of the collective. Vali expressed an interest in collaborating with someone who could increase exposure to consumers outside their community and consult on silhouette design. More business beyond the borders of their community means a more sustainable daily life and ensures the longevity of this practice. Emma went back to New York and told Laine, a designer, about the conversation and Five | Six started to develop. Emma and Laine formed a partnership with Waraniéné that celebrates their philosophy and approach to weaving with a desire to create a productive community that works, collectively, to keep the rich history of their shared craftsmanship alive.
Body Stuff is a NO BS line of 6 body care products: body butter, face lotion, body scrub, toner, lip balm, bath salts.
It is a labor of love, filled with fun, creativity, experimentation and even some fed-upness.
Our mission is to join the awesome movement of DIYers and small-batch producers, bringing it to you.
Body Stuff has no hidden ingredients, no BS, which means:
* made with 100% pure, natural, USDA certified organic ingredients
* no strong scents
* no preservatives-parabens-chemicals etc.
* no animal cruelty
* no GMO
* handmade in small batches in Brooklyn
We truly care about the environment. We go the extra mile to make the greenest choices and keep the costs down. We source locally, when possible, and we hire and collaborate with start ups or businesses that adopt similar philosophies.
Ana Banana’s limited smallscale production offers high quality swimwear with simple and elegant designs.
It believes swimwear to be extremely personal. In a flashy swimwear industry, Ana Banana’s vintage inspired styling is refreshing. “I think secondhand vintage designs are great but they can be overwhelming,” Diana said. “So I wanted to make swimwear that retain the vintage look with contemporary aesthetics of sophisticated colors, simpler, slimmer cuts, and fun.” Just in time for the season, Ana Banana will soon be announcing its new designs for the summer.
At Ana Banana, style, quality, and playfulness come together to create timeless swimwear for women. Our vintage-inspired mix-match patterns and colors are simple, yet elegant and vibrant with retro-urban touches. Most importantly, our designs are not contrived or gratuitous, but deeply felt. Inspired by nature and our desire to recreate and build on memories of easier and happier times, our swimwear is an ode to a nostalgic past and a brilliant future. Classic and playful, Ana Banana is effortlessly stylish.
The Diana Kim from Ana Banana Before settling in Brooklyn, Diana lived in more than four different cities across two continents. The cultural and linguistic adjustments she had to make since she was a child could have overwhelmed her, were it not for her love of art and design: Diana untangled the confusion into coherence through looking, holding, and making beautiful things. And on days when that was not enough, she would walk to the beach or the swimming pool for a dip. While working as a fashion designer, she came across an idea that could bring together art, design, and the beach: swimwear that take part in making beautiful moments come to life. Inspired by beautiful things abundant in nature and vintage inspired styles, Diana founded Ana Banana to make that vision come true.
84Gem is ethnic, exotic and regal.
As a combination of contemporary and tribal-inspired jewelry, 84Gem is a line of statement jewelry inspired by global cultures and my personal travels. All pieces are handmade in Brooklyn and material is sourced from India, Istanbul and some parts of Africa. The designs are made of natural gemstones, beads and metals. It's a spin on your traditional beaded jewelry. They are created to evoke a sense of power, strength and confidence to the wearer.
The designer, Kimone Young, is a self-taught jewelry designer and has been living the passion for about 6 years.
Founded in 2014, Vincetta is based in Brooklyn, NY at the Brooklyn Fashion and Design Accelerator.
Vincetta's refined style focuses on celebrating individuality in the modern woman. Our purpose is to create quality clothing, Made in USA for women of all shapes and sizes.
We promote conscious consumerism, focusing on garments that will last and serve a strong purpose within your wardrobe.
With careful attention to detail and an emphasis on craftsmanship, Vincetta provides a quality wardrobe of timeless and transitional garments that emphasize the wearer.
With each collection, we strive to improve fit, quality, and functionality.
Functional, fun handmade ceramics.
I design and make ceramics in the city. Mostly wheel thrown or hand built. Love minimal design inspired by nature or little things that I discover in everyday life.
Stvdio Brooklyn was founded in 2013, and debuted its first line of jewelry a year later. At the heart of Stvdio’s designs is a focus on construction, finding inspiration in the way components fit together and interact with the human form. Throughout the line, an inquiring eye will find playful spins on classic structure: a cleverly hidden clasp, a bracelet that uses tension to hold itself together, even an earring that you can choose to wear backward. These inventive constructions are combined with effortlessly graceful silhouettes to create the Stvdio Brooklyn aesthetic.
I graduated from RISD in Jewelry and Metalsmithing, and spent my first 7 years working for fashion brands designing jewelry, my last gig being the designer for Madewell. I started Stvdio because I really missed using my hands, and was burnt out from fast fashion. I wanted to give myself a chance to fall back in love with everything that I liked about being a creative, and designer. I'm inspired by modern design, comfort, and pushing the boundaries of construction. I'm a nerd for soldering metals together that are typically hard to meld, techniques that are time-consuming, and constructions that give the pieces unusual movement.
These homemade soaps are made with love and natural ingredients.
My interest in soapmaking stemmed from a simple seed of curiosity. I had explored different natural bath products for some time before I finally asked myself "Could I make my own?" I then began making small batches for friends and family and found that I genuinely enjoyed making and sharing these creations with others. The sudden joy that I found inspired me to start a shop and sud & joy was born. Through sud & joy, I aim to connect products back to the hands that made them and hope to send a little joy from my home to yours. When I'm not creating products for sud & joy, I work as a graphic/interactive designer by profession. I'm happily living, dancing and creating in NYC.
The vibrational energies of healing crystals are most powerful and pure in their natural state.
After working with the spiritual and physical healing properties of crystals using various healing techniques, we were inspired to spread our love of crystals with the creation of beautiful wearable accessories for the Soul. Devoted to making the metaphysical accessible to the masses, our jewelry is modern, whimsical, unique and timeless designed to look amazing dressed up or down. We select a combination of crystals designed for the maximum restoration of energetic wellbeing. Every piece in our collection is handcrafted in NYC with Love & Light, and we hope to pass this same intention onto its wearer.
My work is inspired by craft and pottery traditions that are sensitive to the beauty of natural materials and attentive to infusing everyday life with aesthetic pleasure.
I studied pottery in Mashiko, Japan and while I am unable to fire a wood-burning kiln here in Brooklyn, I do throw on a wooden Japanese kick wheel. I make my glazes using clay and wood ash that I collect in the Berkshires.
I strive to make simple, functional pieces that are pleasing to look at and satisfying to hold and use.
Coshanton woods began with us purchasing a piece of pristine piece of land with mountain spring water, diverse mature forest, & house that dates back to America's founding that is less than 70 miles away from NYC. Our home state (NJ) offers an incentive to landowners to maintain and manage the forests which includes the need to earn an "agricultural" income from the land. The overwhelming majority of owners satisfy their requirement by spraying herbicides & selling firewood. We instead found inspiration by observing the boundless bounty of beneficial flora growing around us and then through research, discovered the multitude of beneficial properties of each plant. We then imagined a different path that sustainably harvests the living all around us and transforms their essences (flavor, scent, color, texture) into consumable products.
Our product line diverse from tea to smudges to natural perfumes to skincare to home decor to natural dyed textile items for our sister fashion label ajna.
I'm Sophia Faye Medina; traveler, plant lady, designer. I am passionate about community and the strength of sisterhood- without which I'd be lost. My designs tend toward the feminine and whimsical, and are heavily influenced by my time in and around Eastern Indian culture. The eastern Indian motifs such as designs found in traditional mendhi patterns and in Indian architecture largely inspired me in my design.
I love art and jewelry, being the ultimate functional art, has become my medium of choice. I decided to pursue jewelry after studying fine arts and finding that few people are into "pretty" art unless they can wear it. I'm constantly inspired by my fellow jewelers, some of whom have their own businesses and some of whom are still finding their voices. We have created an incredible support system for each other.
I handcraft my designs from a small studio in the Bronx, New York. My pieces are showcased in brass, sterling silver and 14k gold with gemstones accents. Sustainability is one of my top priorities and I will continue to work to make Sophia Faye Jewelry as eco-friendly as possible!
We created Olen from our desire to have beautifully designed, sustainably produced, non-gendered neutral clothing. We want to know exactly what fabrics our clothes are made from, where they are manufactured, who spins the yarn, and cuts the cloth, and prints the designs, and sews the styles, and how our clothing impacts our world. We want to think about our clothes not just from a standpoint of how cute or stylish they are, but how ethical, and healthful, and meaningful they are. We want our clothing to be for everyone. We want more knowledge and less stuff.
Olen Organic products are born in Brooklyn and mindfully made in LA. We use GOTScertified 100% organic cotton, unbleached fabrics, water-based inks, and nickel-free trims. We never use silicone softener, chlorine bleach, formaldehyde, or other harsh and harmful chemicals. We are inspired by clean, simple design, especially midcentury modern and Scandinavian art and architecture. We manufacture everything in family owned and operated facilities in LA, in small batches to control quality and reduce waste. We are making safer, softer, better baby clothing and accessories for our families and hopefully yours!
I am an artist living and working in Brooklyn. I design tee-shirts, all original designs and hand print them in my studio. I am influenced by old Brooklyn and evolving Brooklyn. I love vintage imagery and combining current ideas into the design. I create the screens and hand print using water-based ink to insure a soft touch to the tees. They are high quality cotton tees, soft and a great fit and style.
I was an art teacher for 11 years and this past year made the official transition to practice art full time. I have a studio in the Gowanus Print Lab, where I began screen printing on leather and other apparel.
Meraki means to do something with love, passion and creativity; to put your soul into whatever you do. This philosophy translates into my work greatly because I am so experimental with my work but every experiment is part of my journey as an artist, putting my soul into everything I do and creating a visual journal through printmaking.
Dirty Mermaid Beauty is a natural beauty and lifestyle collection, assisting with your voyage to nourish your skin with pure ingredients by sea + land.
The first ever scratch off card with a social mission and the only lotto that makes everyone a winner! Make giving back part of everyday gifting with scratch off cards that give charitable gifts. Introducing our ‘Basic Needs’ cards! Play LottoLove to win for someone in need. For every card purchased LottoLove donates to their Non-profit partners to fulfill their social mission of helping people receive: clean water, solar light, nutritious meals or literacy tools.
The amount of each gift is a surprise every time! Behind each gift is one of LottoLove’s Non-profit partners. Once a card is purchased LottoLove donates to the respective charity to fulfill their social mission. The receiver of the cards does not need to do anything on their end. In addition to the donation we make for each card’s gift, we donate a portion of any profits to our partners. Together, LottoLove and its partners are positively impacting people’s lives in over 40 countries!
Not only are we socially conscious, but we are also environmentally conscious and our products are FSC certified! Around here, we don’t operate on luck, just love.
Hooks and Luxe creates everyday accessories including suspenders and jewelry, based in New York. Every product is handmade by Ryoko Kitazawa, the designer and owner of the brand. She moved to New York from Japan in 2009. After her graduation from Parsons the New School For Design. She has worked as a graphic designer in fashion and jewelry industries. The two different cultures in Japan and in the US gave her a broader perspective, and now sharing her creations to the world.
loloplant was founded by lauren williams - a long island native, now living in brooklyn. after spending dozens of weekends collecting interesting cacti and obsessing over unique pottery, her apartment quickly filled with prickly friends. she started giving them as gifts to (human) friends who didn't want to deal with the whole process of buying soil, pottery, etc to put together a store bought cactus. turning hobby/obsession into possible new career, lauren created loloplant. working full time in the fashion industry, she decided to use loloplant as a respite from her daily life and as a way to ground herself after a rough day. lauren has a BFA degree in apparel design from the rhode island school of design. she applies her design education towards her aesthetic choices for loloplant, and her work experience towards the business side.
Simulacra is a lifestyle brand born from a desire to design aesthetically, create responsibly, and jump into the unknown. Our goal is to speak not only to a person’s sense of style but also to one’s beliefs and agency and to how small choices have rippling effects. Simulacra is an attempt to create clothing, starting from these basic principles, in order to make some sense of what the fashion industry has become.
We are direct-to-consumer as an e-commerce site. Our materials are sourced from Canada; our products are made in NYC's garment center; and we donate a percentage of profit towards non-profit organizations with whom we align. In our design, we've created a line that can function day to night and active to casual.
Mawusi, inspired by a Ghanaian heritage and love of abstracts, makes available high quality handcrafted accessories, jewelry, and clothing. Playfully designed to encourage a lighthearted, self-expressive look on life.
Mawusi is for you, the conscientious individual, who value that which inspires within you a childlike confidence and excitement for daily living.
I taught myself to crochet up in my favorite tree when I was about nine years old growing up in Ghana, and I enthusiastically taught myself to knit recently. In grad school, I studied English literature (as I had done for my undergrad along with minors in photography and education). Apart from designing and creating for Mawusi, I am also an abstract photography artist, a writer (poetry & short stories), a lifestyle blogger, and an awkward social-introvert. Although I have no formal background in fashion design, I have always entertained a great passion for style——with emphasis on personal interpretations.
Mawusi is a one woman operated lifestyle brand and all pieces are carefully designed and painstakingly made by hands in a pet-free, smoke-free, laughter and (good!) music filled apartment in Queens, New York; where I live with my dearest Mother (whom my brand is named after). All Mawusi pieces come in small batches, lovingly and patiently crafted with every gratitude for life and love.
We founded Casavva with the vision of creating high-quality staple products at the foundation of every wardrobe.
We started by reimagining the casual button-down shirt for men-an essential piece in many an outfit. At Casavva, flannel shirts aren't just for chopping wood. They are also for going to the office, nights on the town, and lazy brunches. We take the casual comfort of premium flannel and give it a touch of modern class. We top it off with innovative designs and hidden features. It all gets done right here in USA with fabrics sourced from Los Angeles and the final product made in New York City.
In February of 2015, we kicked off our men's line with a successful Kickstarter campaign. Since then we've been adding new items to the collection and bettering our designs. We're a young, bootstrapped company, and we welcome your ideas and feedback anytime.
Henry Green Leather's products are designed to be practical, useful, and compact. They are handcrafted in Brooklyn, using the finest American leathers from Chicago's worldrenowned Horween Leather Company. Estelle, the founder's beloved Corgi, was the inspiration for the company's logo.
Henry Green Leather is inspired by minimalist design and the touch of elegance. We feel our attention to detail sets us apart from other leathercrafters. From the solid brass initialed screw posts we use in Dachshund Key Holsters, to the Au Chinois Câblé Linen Thread we use to handstitch our Corgi Wallets, to the multiuse functionality of our Husky Passport Wallets, our goal is to enhance and simplify your life through our products.
Renee Frances Jewelry is designed and made in Brooklyn, NY. The design process is intuitive and allows for accidental "surprises." Her designs are not based on a fixed blueprint but rather grow from a loose idea and a process of discovery. Designs begin by casting a found object, often from nature, which is then manipulated into something new. Sometimes the final piece resembles the cast object but often it is so far removed from the original casting that it is unrecognizable while still retaining an essential organic quality.
Renee's love of travel is often a source of inspiration and an opportunity to find interesting materials. The first collection made this way, Tonkawa Trail, was created by casting part of a pine cone and using the cross sections as "material" to build the collection. Subsequent collections are based on castings from objects found in LA, Bhutan, and New Mexico, and other locations around the world.
I have worked as a designer in NYC for 10 years. But, as a closet environmentalist, I have been recently looking into the effects of fast fashion and finding it going against most of the values I hold dear. I have joined communities of designers, shop owners, writers, and teachers in NYC that are spreading awareness of the waste and exploitation that go along with fast fashion. Now that my eyes are open I have decided to move forward with trying to start my own slow fashion and ethical line.
As I followed my dreams of traveling through India, I was inspired by meeting the artisans along the way. The amount of craft that is embedded into the culture there is truly inspiring. I fell in love with the art of block printing, and Have Love, Must Travel was born. Sophisticated boho-inspired clothing for women hand printed in by artisans in India. I collaborate directly with artisans in India to carve and print my own fabrics. I only use natural fibers and different viscose qualities in my line and it is produced at an ethical factory I have visited and worked in myself.
The Studio Nook is a textile-arts shop that uses only natural fibers and is 100% plastic free and cruelty-free. Everything is carefully and lovingly made by hand with natural materials purchased from small and often women-run businesses in the United States (and one alpaca farm in Canada!). All items are 100% cotton, linen, or a blend of the two. The spring collection will include cotton flannel scarves (perfect for those still chilly spring days!), crochet baskets, linen totes, zipper pouches, and decorative embroidery hoops.
My name is Tatiana and I am a self-taught fiber artist based in Brooklyn, NY. I am very passionate about supporting small, local, and (whenever possible) women run businesses. To me, shopping small and local is woven into every step of the creative process. Additionally, I firmly believe in the importance of developing sustainable, environmentally friendly practices. I put a lot of thought into every stage of the creative process, from deciding what materials to use and where to buy it from, to the level of detail that goes into every stitch.
Starting in the Spring of 2015, after growing tired of the basic 8 to 6 desk job, Erin Mead decided it was time to cut back on the factor that restrained her creativity and start a new side occupation. After much influence from magazines, books, and renovation shows, her love for retro, artistic, and industrial styles grew. It was time to set aside adultish things and embrace her inner child again.
Now working the desk job only part time, she found her soul's inner peace and contentment with sewing, sculpting, painting, and staining different items, which led her to create Brooklyn Slope.
Brooklyn Haberdashery is founded on a life-long love of making things by hand and helping others to do the same. Kristin grew up with a brilliant mother and two talented grandmothers (both named Betty!) who inspired her with their sewing, crocheting, quilting, painting, and general domestic badass-ery. Kristin has continually made things--from the timber frame house she designed and built with her husband down to the annual handmade holiday cards. Kristin is frequently asked, “how did you make that; can you show me?” That, coupled with her heart-pounding obsession for sewing supplies prompted Kristin to transition her handmade hobbies to her vocation.
When not creating things with textiles, Kristin is: tasting her way through the world; canning, preserving, and cooking; brewing beer and cider with her husband; making jewelry with her son; combing flea markets; and riding her Dutch bike. She also works as an organization development consultant and she lives in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York.
Collective Hand is a textile design studio specializing in naturally dyed fabrics. Founded in 2015 by Keely and Danielle Angel, CH was born from a desire to share products that celebrate the ancient tradition of fiber art. We specialize in sustainable and ethical dyeing practices, using various botanicals, ancient natural dyes, food waste, and minerals. Collective Hand is devoted to honoring the timely process of this art form, considering the integrity of each and every piece.
Everything is dyed and sewn by hand in Brooklyn, NY
A Southern California native, Kimberly started her professional visual arts career at the young age of 13 performing for the Mouse at the Disneyland Hotel. A steady 20+year career of singing, dancing and musical theater led her to NYC in 2001. After years of hitting the pavement and as life would have it, Kimberly experienced a very dark and emotional period. She quickly turned to painting as a means to release all that she was experiencing.
Kimberly is a self-taught artist who has studied various styles of the masters, especially leaning towards O’Keeffe, Van Gogh and Turner. She draws her inspiration from the mystery that is life and is driven by music and affectivity. Kimberly’s art is abstract with influences of nature, with the colors leading the emotions of the shapes. Her background in song and dance also lends itself to the lyrical quality of her work.
Kimberly's debut solo showing in NYC in December 2009 had great success and her work can be now be seen in private collections across the country as well as in Canada, Sweden, New Zealand and Japan.
Miss Abbott currently resides in New York, NY and travels often for inspiration with her artist/photographer husband.
BEACH'D is a line of vacation / beach inspired canvas market totes / handwoven seagrass and straw totes / heat proof cosmetic bags / wallets made from braided cotton / and mix and match suede tassels to attach to bags. Bag linings have wine bottle holders and pockets, linings are also removable and washable.
JS Candle Studio started as a hobby in 2014. I set out to make coconut wax meditation candles, experimented with pillar and votive molds and found that it made more sense to make container candles. I took two years to research and develop the fragrances of my collection, including going to the Fraganord Factory in Grasse, France (perfume factory of the world) to learn more about fragrances and blending.
The business officially launched in October 2016 and I am proud to say that I'm ready to sell in person vs online. My products are stocked at Brooklyn Collective as well as available on Jet.com, Houzz.com, and WolfandBadger.com.
BrooklynDesign.store was created by Jessica Furst of Furst Impressions Design, an award winning graphic design agency located South Brooklyn. Jessica began making greeting cards from scraps of paper from other projects. Eventually this evolved into a company with a full line of cards, drink ware, and other products showcasing her love of Kings County.
I paint the landscape of New York City. I am fascinated with rollercoasters, architectural details such as cornices and anything kitschy Americana like roadside signs. I combine literal representation with abstract elements to focus on what I want people to see I find interesting about a place. What I find interesting are often details and the beauty in patterns like the Spanish tile on the house in “Ovington Avenue” or the ironwork on the Manhattan Bridge. Brilliant and vibrant color combined with a wonky sense of perspective bring movement to my paintings and a fresh view on city landscapes. Unusual cropping and framing of images add to the overall look of my artwork. I often incorporate text and imagery I find in street signs to give a narrative sometimes ironic or humorous to my artwork. An example of this is the Nathan’s hot dog man wearing a little apron and pointy shoes or the balding chubby man hoisting a burger above his head atop “Paul’s Daughter’s” on the boardwalk in many of my Coney Island pieces. I work in a variety of mediums including Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor, Pastel and Linoleum block printing. My work works ranges from tiny watercolors to large scale murals I have done on site in various businesses.
Rad Vintage for ladies & littles!
Upcycled creations for adults and children.
Remembering Herbs is about healing the essential relationship between human beings & herbal remedies.
CRAFTED BY TABITHA SILVER
Tabitha Silver started Remembering Herbs in 2012, mixing small batches of herbal remedies, herb infused foods & cocktails.
Remembering Herbs features flavorful herbal formulas that are straightforward health catalysts.
Everything made by Phoenicia Honey Co. is farm crafted in small batches, filled with locally sourced ingredients wherever possible.
We are always adding to our landscape, planting more goodies for our bees to forage, more calendula for our body care, and of course herbs for our honey infusions.
What are we inspired to cook up in our kitchen? The stuff we'd like to have for ourselves, flavorful infused raw local honey, lovely lip balm, beeswax scented candles, decadent scrub and other naturally made tasty honey inspired goodies.
Phoenicia Honey Company is based at Amira's Farm, where bees and plants are grown organically and with love.
This company was founded in Phoenicia, NY... the coolest lil town in the Catskills, and we encourage you to take a drive and visit our bustling neighborhood full of creative people, gorgeous scenery and great vibes.
Kate Kook and WooJae Chung founded their company around creating handcrafted, small-batch kimchi while also encouraging a healthier way of life. Kimchi Kooks inspires old world traditions and contemporary expressions of the long-heralded “super food” of Korea.
Kate Kook has been a home chef as well as an artist her entire life, while also running small businesses including a guest house and art tourism business, art gallery, and restaurant supply store, among others. Kimchi brings together these three aspects of her life: creating great tasting healthy food, making art, and pursuing her own entrepreneurial endeavors.
Inspired by her experience of living in New York City since 1999, Kate created many small batch recipes using local, seasonal ingredients. Out of these experiments comes the Kimchi’d™ line, a contemporary take on a timeless tradition.
Kimchi Kooks is sold at Whole Foods Market, among many other grocery stores in the TriState area, and offers a freshly made seasonal menu at Down to Earth Farmer's Market.
Yu Bakery started in Brooklyn, NY where a diverse and exciting food culture inspires our mission to share these delicious, baked YuPuffs with everyone we can. The founders, Daniela and Kurt, met in NYC, and quickly realized they shared a passion for authentic food. They had so much fun making and sharing their YuPuffs with their friends that they decided to take a chance and start a bakery.
YuPuffs are YuBuns are a simple, fun and healthy snack food that is so delicious that you can eat a whole bag! We are excited to share these little known, but very popular snacks food from Brazil.
We love foods made from yuca (cassava), because it is naturally Gluten Free, NonGMO and grown sustainably in many parts of the world.
Spreadmmms produces small batch, artisanal olive tapenade, and other "arrestingly delicious spreads".
This amazing tapenade was created many years ago in a tiny kitchen in Harlem for a little "get together" for a fun group of friends. The recipe was cobbled together from tons of fantastic taste memories of tapenades from all around the Mediterranean. It is zesty and spicy and intriguing. It was a hit! And, over the years many batches were produced as the recipe just got better and better.
Now, the savory goodness of Spreadmmms can be enjoyed anytime. Just pick up a jar and pair it with some crusty bread, wholesome crackers, or sneak it into a variety of other delicious dishes!
'FARM TO MY KITCHEN, THEN TO YOUR KITCHEN..'
-- Sufia H. (Founder)
Like all creations, it started with a dream. That simple dream of winning the national prize of "the hottest hot sauce" eventually propelled to a goal. I was a graduate of F.I.T. Working in the confines of Fashion, board meetings, and in search of the latest style trends; I was far from being a connoisseur of the kitchen. As a first generation American, I sought comfort from the hectics of Manhattan and returned to my roots of Bangladesh, through culinary exploration. Growing up with the richness and depths of classic South Asian peppers and spices, in the summer of 2015, what became a de-stress refuge transformed into a passionate and driven business.
The integrity of cleanliness is upheld thoroughly through daily maintenance of my kitchen before any batch is made. With each ingredient carefully hand chosen from the local organic farmer's market, Silly Chilly Hot Sauce produces only the finest and freshest condiment from my table to yours. Each jar is handcrafted combining the right temperature and spices to maintain the efficacy of flavors.
This gluten-free product will be a hit at your next BBQ, wedding, and or corporate event leaving your guests with a unique culinary experience. It's more than just "sass in a glass," Silly Chilly Hot Sauce is sass in a sauce!
Haute Chocolate Brooklyn; a chic and decadent taste of #virtuoushedonism. She is made with all organic ingredients and sweetened with a coconut and maple sugar. She has 5 chocolate babes in her company all uniquely tasty and delicious (semi sweet, toasted almond, cinnamon chipotle, espresso, rosemary and earl grey.
I have always had a deep love for the classics, whether it is film, literature, theater or music, and have always had a strong affinity for the 1920s40s it's the era that speaks to my heart. It's also the Golden Age for candy making, and where I get my inspiration.
My true passion is candymaking and baking. For years I have made candies based on classic recipes from the Golden Age; and when I started RubyLu Confections, I decided to tie in my passion for all things classic, but give the flavors a little update and give a nod to the classics. Each of our flavor collections is named for a popular standard song, and limited edition flavors are inspired by classic cinema, music, and literature. My confections are, in every way, classic!
My caramels and fudge are handcrafted in small batches, right in New York City. Every candy is made with only the best and freshest ingredients, from Belgian chocolate to fresh fruit purees, and following techniques that have been used for nearly a century.
I hope you enjoy eating these treats as much as I do making them! And remember...
Eat more candy!
We make caffeinated fruit sodas with cold brew coffee. We use real coldpressed fruit and make the soda in small batches using premium coffee and organic maple. The idea came to me when I wanted to make a substitute for energy drinks from simple ingredients. I am an avid skier and this is my natural answer to the Red Bull's of the world. The beverage is a good source of minerals, electrolytes, and caffeine.
We currently sell at a number of gyms, health food stores. This Spring, I plan to reach out to local farms so that I can work directly with the producers. We are also releasing a third flavor this Spring Ginger/Wheatgrass.