A-Z index of artists and designers featured.
The playful yet avant-garde label by Terrence Zhou fuses his former math and engineering studies (before transferring to Parsons) with artistic flair. Through exaggerated scale, fantastical silhouettes, and questionable wearability - there's a sense of lawless order to every piece.
A creative collective of artists and designers with a disruptive, graphic-led approach–taking cues from post punk, underground comics, and the spirit of subculture as a whole.
An artist working across mediums, his jewelery is an exploration of the fundamental elements that compose our world—line, shape, form and color.
An amorphous creative practice by CC Doan where memory and story of family, folklore, and fashion live on as souvenirs, keepsakes, gifts.
Artisanal chocolate handcrafted in Los Gatos by French-trained chocolatier Michiko Marron-Kibbey and creative director Ayaka B. Ito. A nod to their Japanese heritage and the flavors of their youth.
EVERYONE'S MOTHER (IN STORE ONLY)
Everyone's Mother focuses on creating soft sculptures that blur the line between traditional craft and art with a functional approach. Created using only natural and preloved fibers locally sourced throughout the USA, every object is handmade by fiber artist Emma Larimer. Made with consideration for the Earth.
A botanical design studio by Deana Nguyen producing and curating products that honor the natural world. Teas are produced by a 4th-generation, women-owned tea farm in Kyoto Prefecture experimenting with rare cultivars.
Julia Heuer is the eccentric master of a Japanese tie-dying technique called Arashi Shibori. The combination of unique patterns and handmade pleating creates a look that cannot be replicated. She gives this ancient technique a contemporary and bold makeover that delights with sensuous colours and a brash mix of patterns.
Textile artist Kevondra Norment crochets patchwork beanies infused with self-expression and personal style.
Ceramics by multicultural industrial design duo Angela Sevilla and Dustin Le using the design method (research, ideate, prototype, iterate...) as a basis to create functional objects for everyday life.
An artist-run kids arts education program focusing on adventurous, process oriented group art making to promote social-emotional skills as well as a broad sense of wonder, joy and possibility. Founded by Lydia Glenn-Murray and Frank Traynor.
RUTH NEUBAUER (IN STORE ONLY)
Self taught artist and shoemaker using traditional American and Scandavian materials and American post-consumer excess and waste. Inspiration comes from growing up in flyover country, the fallout of capitalist globalism, trying to mend tradition with the modern world, and the hope for a more balanced and kind future.
Imagine owning a painting but smaller and thicker and sweet smelling and cleansing and in your soap dish at all times. The brainchild of painter Marisa Takal.
Sibelle Yüksek's glassworks celebrate the female form. Each piece is handblown on a torch using the flame working technique.
The jewelry extension of painter, hair artist and barber, Julius Cvesar. Made in Los Angeles.
Unexpected beauty, overlooked joy, and lost treasure are themes in artist Frank Traynor’s shapeshifting body of work.
A textile based project by Toronto artist/designer Jamie Kim.
Tokyo-based craft fashion label by Central Saint Martins trained womenswear designer Yusho Kobayashi. Maximum expression using hand-done techniques and finishes.
A research-based olfactory project founded by Arianna Khmelniuk, dedicated to pushing experimental usage of scents in an art, speculative, and product design context.