Our 6th annual Market
Support Independent Artists!
Call for artists now live!
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Delicious-ness by Andrea Mattson of Edible Alchemy
Beverages by CHaus
Emily Perkins aka Perkulator
Performance hula hoops, shiny pretties, fire eating torches, performance attire and accessories
Colin Muller of Lusid Dream
Tie Dye, but not the average
Hope Davita of Lunar Relics
Art jewelry you'll love to the moon and back, until the end of time.
Heather Jerome-Branson of Faeryphernalia
Hand sewn treasures created from vintage, repurposed and upcycled materials
Katy Higgins of Prairie Kate Creations
Unique, whimsical miniature origami jewelry, accessories, and decor.
Heather Albekier / Samantha Orick of Bizarre Bazaar
Rescued relics, vintage jewelry, handcrafted candles in repurposed containers, artisan potions and other lovely created/curated objects.
Sarah Herff of Funky Petunia Vintage
Eclectic creations from functional to wearable in mosaic and laser etched designs.
Audrey Herrington of Intuitive Essence
:.Unique fragrances that awaken the mind, healing skincare, and channeled creations that nourish the senses and creative spirit.:.
Casey Carlock of Casey's Closet
UK street and fine artist now based in Chicago. Using found and discarded materials as a canvas, painting intriguing, evocative and emotional subject matter. Found canvasses range from discarded candy boxes, vintage dictionary paper to old sheet music.
Jessica White Of Cranky Pickle
«Cranky Pickle Art” consists of colorful, fun and quirky original illustrations inside bottle caps that are then repurposed into jewelry, magnets and pinback buttons & acrylic paintings that feature whimsical monsters and unique animals. Painting are made on recycled discarded media devices, vinyl records, VHS tapes, floppy disks, cassettes, and CD's.
Laura Williams of Laura Williams Studio
Creates whimsical vessels and sculptures. Every piece is a painting; playing with linear relationships, color and pattern. Her objects are bright, playful and completely one of a kind.
Patrick Foley of Grey Squirrel Handmade
Grey Squirrel Handmade produces home goods & furniture. Patrick Foley's „hillbilly steampunk“ aesthetic brings a rustic style and blends seamlessly with modern industrial elements. Reclaimed materials are utilized as much as possible.
Raychel Steinbach of Current Location Letterpress & Curiosities
Current Location Letterpress & Curiosities creates greeting cards & Letterpress posters printed by hand with wood & metal type.
Julie Larsen of Nisse Farms
Beekeeper, small batch honey, cold-process soaps, lip balms, lotion bars and healing salves with essential oils, Natural clays and spices bring another layer of beauty to my soaps
Andrea Alberti of Amelia Street Studio
We are three sisters who make stuff. We craft art prints and collectibles with a feminist twist. We focus primarily on handmade linocut prints, but have expanded to cards, buttons, totes, and whatever other fun ideas pop into our heads. But whatever it is, it's handmade, a little sassy, a little pun-ny, and always well designed.
magical artwork, talismanic jewelry, & more
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Valerie Zborowski of Ziemia Essentials LLC
100% handcrafted organic skin care, herbal healing products, and aromatherapy
Jon Spurgeon of Tuanis Chocolate
Tuanis imports organic cacao beans via direct trade from Costa Rican farmers and produces vegan certified soy free dark chocolate bars and roasted cacao nibs.
Al Steger of Alucidation
Designer Gemstones & Custom Jewelry
Marie Stenger of True Hemp Clothing
Quality, eco-positive hemp fashion. Men's and women's hoodies, dresses, skirts, shirts, wrist and arm warmers, cardigans, and leggings. I will also be taking orders for customized pieces!
Jaclyn faye by Gingerland
Line of oversized infinity scarves made from flannels, wools, knits, and faux furs and are meant to be worn a variety of ways; not just for outerwear!
Simone Kowalewski of Rocket Relics
Unique soy candles in upcylced and vintage containers.
Greg Lamping of Greg lamping
Reclaimed wood lath tables, art panels, frames, and clocks
Annie Caldarulo of Madame Moth Odds & Ends
Victorian and oddity inspired art and jewelry, made with love (and some bugs and bones)
Luliia of Ulia
We are a sustainable brand based in Chicago. All of our products are made ethically from reclaimed clothing
Cara Brumley of Sadderpillar Designs
Hand embroidered portraits and artwork, 1” buttons.
Bridgit Gallagher of Little Wing Folk Art
The ever-growing artistic journey of a Chicago-native and self-taught artist. Her art can be described as surrealist mixed-media folk art, influenced by nature, space, Buddhism, and political resistance. ~ instagram.com/littlewingfolkart