We are kicking off our introductions to our 2014 vendors with some great artist!!
All Things Grow
Have you dropped into Gather and fallen in Love with those screen printed canvases featuring phrases like ‘home sweet home ' or 'let the sun shine’. That's the artist behind All Things Grow and she'll be showing at BHM for her first time!
Borris Loved Natasha
Boris Loved Natasha is a returning artist to the BHM. We just love her clutches and zipper pouches, often made from repurposed fabrics. You can’t help but smile when you look at her work.
The vendor greatness continues! Clockwise from top left:
The Collective Press: The Collective Press produces posters, signs and cards using a relief printing technique called Letterpress. Old wood and metal type are used along with antique printing presses to produce colorful, highly tactile, uplifting messages. The Collective Press also produces screen printed clothing and is known for several Bloomington Bicycle-inspired T-shirt designs
TRADE: TRADE is both the name of the jewelry line and the Ohio studio where artist and designer Brooke Medlin creates each piece. In homage her family's artists and craftsmen, Brooke has set her sights on simple, sculptural pieces that are built to last, with care. Experimental techniques and modern twists on classic designs are coupled with sturdy construction to create wardrobe staples you'll love forever.
Starsprinkle Supercollider: In their somewhat secret lair in Bloomington, Cecily and Joshua of Starsprinkle Supercollider strive to choose the cutest and coolest of things to send flying through the particle accelerator, making sure to be there after the explosion to collect the best bits. These volatile experiments are an attempt to interpret those qualities that only present themselves when reality and the whimsical collide. Mostly, they make art and jewelry that lies on the border of fantasy and fancy, and try to promote a gentler way of life.
Sadly Harmless: Sally Harless, the creator of Sadly Harmless, is a full time artist living in lovely Bloomington, Indiana. She is fascinated with the animal world and uses her favorite animals as a means to tell a story. She make prints and shadow boxes from her ink and watercolor drawings.
Don't you just love fun things you can put in your kitchen, hang on your walls, or display on your bookshelves? This group of vendors delivers. From left to right:
Dickinson Kitchenware: Dickinson Kitchenware is a small family business that uses locally harvested hardwoods to create kitchenware that is both appealing and completely functional. They use only hand techniques and power tools, no CNC machines or lasers, to create each of their kitchenware pieces. Every piece is sanded then oiled in a food safe oil and are ready for use!
Jodi Lynn's Emporium of Doodles: Jodi Lynn is an illustrator from Metro Detroit. Born and raised in Michigan she finds much of her inspiration from exploring the outdoors and learning about science.
Read Write Books: Read Write Books is a line of journals and stationery inspired by modern design and vintage books.
Start making space in your home now for these great items! November 9th is coming up fast.