Martha Latta is the creator and printer of the Sunday Afternoon Housewife brand, of a collection of state pride accessories and tee shirts for men, women and children. From her small home studio on the East Side of Indianapolis, she has self-taught design and screen printing to create this line of clothing and accessories. She created this line originally to give the residents of the East Side of Indianapolis a way to show their pride for where they live. She is proud to continue to be designing and printing by hand in her Near East Side home her own line of smart, soft, and socially conscious state pride tee shirts for states of the Midwest and beyond. Martha is very proud that in 2014 and 2015 Nuvo readers voted her #1 best local artisan/ maker for gifts and #1 best local apparel line.
Vendor Feature - BadKneesTsRead Now
badkneesTs prints Ts and totes with eco-friendly, water-based ink in Bloomington, Indiana. badknees offers original design and custom orders, both small batch an big batch.
badkneesTs is known for their work locally working with Gather, Shine, TGN, and Opposite of Far!! And for just being an awesome human being!
You can find him online: http://www.badkneests.com/
These four vendors have got you covered from head to toe and wherever else! From left to right:
Stinkybomb Soap: Stinkybomb Soap takes iconic shapes and turns them into ironic soap, using hand-cast novelty molds. While their name might imply stinky, their soaps are pleasant in scent.
1UP Gallery: 1UP Gallery loves upcycling! They take old, broken video game controllers, consoles, and game cartridges doomed for the landfill, and create charming accessories
Sunday Afternoon Housewife: The woman behind Sunday Afternoon Housewife is a self-taught jewelry maker and silk-screen artist from Indianapolis, IN. Her show consists of creating Scrabble tile pendants and silk-screen tees from original designs under her own clothing label, Indie Loves Indy.
Wholly Craft!: Wholly Craft is a small shop in Columbus, Ohio that features handmade goods from over 200 crafters and artists. The wide variety of goods includes clothing, accessories, paper goods, housewares, fine art prints, and much more. In addition to the storefront, Wholly Craft represents selected artists at fairs and events throughout the Midwest.
Less than a month until you can shop 'til you drop at our event on November 9th!
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Now now, don't think we forgot CLOTHING!! I mean, we all need it right!? These awesome t-shirts are hand-pulled screen-prints and letterpress from right here in Indiana. Check them out!! (clockwise from bottom right)
Impressed yet? Well, you damn well should be!! Now, get your cash (or credit, many of our vendors will be accepting credit cards) ready and mark it on your calendars! It's this Saturday, at the Convention Center, from 10-5!!