Sunday, July 10, 2011

Renegade Recap

The Renegade Craft Fair, San Francisco style, was as totally inspiring and full of eye-catching goodness as always.  I was really excited that Emily Martin of The Black Apple made it again this year.  Her blog is one of my favorites, and I've been collecting her art for over a year now.  I excitedly picked up another print from her "Lost on the Midway Series" which is now awaiting a frame and a place on the studio wall.

Lost on the Midway.

My favorite discovery was the booth of Good Bye Blue Monday, run by fellow Californians Shoshana, Erin and Dru.  They make some of the most adorable hug-ables I have ever seen.
"Hug A Cloud" and "Celine" - Both available on Etsy!

I couldn't resist such sweet little faces, and brought a new friend home:
Coco! (She loves Instagram.)

I hope you all had a lovely weekend!  Time to enjoy the last few hours of Sunday.

9 comments:

HazelandMare said...

Wow, that looks like so much fun! I love the Black Apple- that's awesome she was there! And that little doll you picked up is so precious :) Such creativity!

Glad you had a fun time!

Meghan said...

So jealous! Renegade Brooklyn was raining and pouring :( sad pandas all around

Meghan said...

oh, also, i miss you.

oh, also, i just gave your sister a bunch of sweet quilting shit. she should blog about it.

Erika Lee Sears said...

I love a good craft fair especially the renegade ones.

Danielle said...

I just found your blog via Wattlebird - your new design is lovely! the colors are great! glad i came across your blog - it's a new favorite.

Emily Martin's art is beautiful! thanks for sharing.

chrissy said...

your blog is just lovely! i found you via 'wattlebird'.

xoxo
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A Lost Feather said...

i love emily and her work! she was one of the original bloggers/indie artists i discovered and she really inspired me to follow my own dream of being a full time artist.

last year i was traveling in portland, or with my sister. we randomly went into a little shop/gallery (called Land) that happened to be showing her "midway" series! the show had opened a couple of days before. i would have died if emily herself was there. i did get to see all of the series in person though, which was definitely a nice treat :) the shop owners said that all but 1 or 2 paintings had been sold already.. amazing.

Velvet Tangerine said...

I'm so behind on my Renegade post! The fair was awesome this year, even though I spent way too much money :)

::little projects in style:: said...

such an adorable dolly! :) and it looks like so much fun! i wished we had such fairs in japan..

xx
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