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Illustrations painted by hand
Maker's story - Natasha is a self-taught illustrator hoping to inspire and motivate others to believe in themselves, believe in their dreams, and believe in each other. She’s inspired by the little things in life. With her illustrations, she hopes to invoke feelings of peace and love and positivity, and want her doodles to be a voice for following dreams, a platform for encouragement, and a medium to educate.
Her work is a mix of original writing and her favorite quotes, along with motifs inspired by her Indian heritage.
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Naturally Susan’s products are about skin-healthy and they're about versatility. They're about simplifying our lives and making our lives easier.
Maker’s story: Susan started making skincare products for herself because she wanted chemical-free and fragrance-free beauty care suitable for her sensitive skin.
She found an abundance of toxins and chemicals in many products, so she started researching and developing her own, creating products that are as pure to nature as possible. What you'll find in her skin care portfolio are products like moisturizers that are long lasting, portable, and can be used for all over the body. Susan’s products are effective, long-lasting, and versatile. They're eco-friendly, travel-friendly and cruelty-free. Naturally Susan's products are handmade and packaged by Susan in New York.
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Handcrafted jewelry created using recycled bike tires as the main material while building awareness about sustainable consumption.
Maker's story: Cristina Contreras, Spanish artist and trained architect has always looked for inspiration in the beauty of everyday goods and materials. After having played for many years with the different artistic disciplines, from painting, ceramics, glass jewelry, she began her exploration of multipurpose objects. One of them being, the use of recycled materials to create exclusive jewelry.
Cristina was inspired to try and minimize the impact that these long lasting materials -like rubber- have on the environment, after which she started in 2013 to create what she called “bike tire ART”
The manufacturing process is 100 % handcrafted, using disposed bike tires coming from local bike shops. This allows her giving a second life to something perceived as useless as a broken inner tube.
Scout Original was established in Brooklyn, New York in 2010 as a creative firm, with a concept to contribute to the fashion world with an earth-conscious approach as a priority.
Maker's story: Ryan and Olga Sneden are the husband and wife team behind Scout Original. They strive to create beautiful things in collaboration with nature.
The mission of Scout Original is to do their part in being responsible for the products they create in an industry of abundance and disposal.
They believe that every individual decision is important and can make a huge impact in making a better world. This is why, in their production, they use a combination of sustainable materials like hemp, along with vegetable tanned leather, upcycled fabrics and recycled materials. They make limited edition, one of a kind piece.
Custom finishing and design are also a big part of Scout Original. Co-founder and artist Ryan Sneden has over 14 years experience working in collaboration with other companies to achieve their goals.
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Planet Zoot blends illustration, painting, silk screening and dyeing into quirky and fantastical apparel and textiles.
Maker's story: Jennie’s work is often a marriage of the softness of watercolors and dyes with the harder lines of graphic illustration and painting. Her background in textiles plays into the patterning and decorative elements that often appear in her products.
Her husband Sean is a master printer who helps her translate her work into print. Using dyed textiles and screen printing helps recreate the look of her original pieces for reproduction without losing the aesthetic of her paintings.
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Vegan-friendly, handmade body products
Maker's story - Marie started soap making as a hobby and also because she wanted to see if there was a way to help her son from a rare form of psoriasis. After learning to make all natural soaps and body butter's he could use, she started to see the appearance of his skin change.
As she continued to learn, she shared her products with friends and family. She then decided to get into business where her main goal was to promote healthier skin through natural body products.
Since then she has expanded her product line and continues to create paraben free, vegan-friendly & detergent free soaps, lotions, body butter's and bath bombs.
Flip-flop friendly socks designed in NYC.
Maker’s story - New Sock City was born out of love for design and an inspirational trip to Japan in 2016. During the trip for a wedding in Tokyo, traditional two-toed socks were discovered by their designers who wanted to create an entirely new product fusion of New York style with the comfort, quality and versatility of the traditional Japanese socks.
Unique Photographic Bandana designs.
Maker’s story - Brooklyn Bandanas is the artistic creation of Katherine Slingluff, a Brooklyn-based artist and photographer. Each bandana captures the color, energy and essence of Brooklyn moments. From the iconic Brooklyn Bridge, to the Wonder Wheel at Coney Island, the bandanas are an homage to the unique landscape.
Rooey Knots is a sustainable fashion brand that takes a menswear item and transforms it into a luxury, one-of-a-kind fashion accessory.
It began out of a love for prints, patterns, vintage and thrift shopping. All of their materials are upcycled, including the suede and leather they find from secondhand jackets and the vintage buttons they source from thrift stores. Each piece is hand sewn with special attention to detail. A lot of love and attention goes into the process of creating their products so that their customers absolutely love what they get.
Maker’s story - 'Out with the old and in with the new' has never been Gareth’s thing. She has always loved working with old clothing and scrap material. While studying fashion design at Syracuse, she came up with the idea to use men's ties in her designs, and a project for an entrepreneurship class prompted her to start experimenting. She bought 150 ties at a vintage shop in Antwerp while studying abroad, and RooeyKnots was born.
Decorative fiber arts for your home.
Each piece is handwoven on a lap or frame loom with thought and care. Color and design are key features to every handwoven piece.
Maker's story: Gabi, owner of gsmcreates, began her small company in 2016 after being inspired by other weavers in the instagram community. Not long after purchasing her first skeins of yarn and making a loom out of cardboard she was hooked. Her passion expanded, as did her weavings. What began as a side hobby for this teacher-by-day quickly flourished into a small business. Gabi loves experimenting with new techniques, designs and color palettes and every handcrafted wall hanging tells a unique story.
Treeless paper products made from 100% recycled cotton fabric.
All products are beautifully handcrafted by artisans across the world. Their luxury paper products are handcrafted with 4 principles: eco-friendly, fair trade, recycled & zero waste. They specialize in gift wrap, gift bags, wine bags ribbon and gift tags.
Maker’s story - On a trip to India Jenna & Krystal discovered a whole new world of craftsmanship, heritage and eco-friendly treeless paper making. They wanted to create Marble +Vine as a way to share the treasures and knowledge they gained from their journey.
Handmade Leather Accessories
Maker's story - After being an art educator for 11 years, Terri decided to take the plunge into exploring her artistry full-time and focus on developing her story as a designer. As a native New Yorker, being able to create authentic handmade products locally is truly inspirational and allows her to connect with her home base on another level.
She wants her artwork to be affordable and this allows her to make her products easily accessible to her audience, knowing that one can still buy genuine, top-notch artwork at a cost that won’t break the bank.
Handmade & hand-dyed clothing & accessories inspired by the earth, sea & alchemy
Maker’s story - Fugitive nature comes from Kara's love for colors and textures found in nature. Kara uses traditional Shibori techniques to create unique handmade products. She is excited to bring something unique and special into the world where handmade is increasingly rare.
She also wants to use her work as a way to contribute to the causes that are close to her heart. For the month of February, she will be donating 10% of her proceeds to Planned Parenthood with matching donations. Previous charities include The Standing Rock, No DAPL fund and the ACLU.
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Modern minimal jewelry made in NYC.
Jennifer has always been interested in creative pursuits. Her background includes graphic design, photography, interior designs and pretty much anything visual. She discovered jewelry making/metalsmithing about 6 years ago and since then she has been hooked. She loves creating original designs and exploring new concepts to make beautiful wearable jewelry for women of all ages.
She is inspired by clean, geometric forms and shapes to create jewelry for modern women with a minimal aesthetic. She uses only high quality materials including i.e. sterling silver, 14k gold filled, freshwater pearls and natural gemstones.
Limited edition, hand-crafted, one of a kind, minimalist yoga products made to last at an affordable price. Created with high-quality, durable material that will age as beautifully as you do. The minimalist design makes it a great buy for nearly anyone.
Maker’s story - Sarabeth initially started Laeda as a lifestyle brand but later realized that she is leaned more towards yoga products. She has been doing yoga for quite some time and wanted to make products that complimented the entire yoga practice - from essential oils and leather carrying straps before, to the falsa blankets during, and the bath salts after. She wanted to create a full experience using materials that are good for your body, mind and your wallet.
Bittersweet Co. Not your mother’s greeting cards.
Maker’s story - Started in 2014 by Carrie Lapolla, a Graphic Designer and Illustrator based in Brooklyn, Bittersweet Co. specializes in a new kind of greeting card. Brutally honest, occasionally sarcastic sayings that definitely don’t rhyme are set in a beautifully hand-drawn type against a uniquely painted background or pattern.
An elegant way to break the news to your friends and loved ones that they’re not special and we’re all going to die.
Handcrafted soaps made with goat’s milk and natural fragrances.
In this shop you’ll find thoughtfully crafted soaps like Brazilian mango, cinnamon orange clove, coconut ginger almond and more. Vera makes them in in her hometown in Sleepy Hollow, New York and packs them in beautiful packages. Soaps are made in small batches to keep the quality in check.
Maker’s story: Vera and Carlos came to the United States over 25 years ago from their native land of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. While living in the United States they worked on various jobs like landscaping, babysitting, housekeeping, waiting tables, to eventually owning a restaurant in Tarrytown, NY. Carlos’ experience with plate presentation in the restaurant industry and Vera’s interest in craft making and design, culminated in the founding of Soap by Vera. This venture allowed them to express their creativity in new ways.
Unique pillow covers handmade by Elizabeth in California.
Maker’s story - Elizabeth's love for home décor has led her on an insatiable quest for the latest trends. Keeping up can be costly, so sometimes you've got to take matters into your own hands. Last year she was on the hunt for the perfect lumbar pillow but couldn’t find what she was looking for - not for a reasonable price at least - so she decided to dust off her sewing machine and make it herself. It was an immediate hit with her friends and they started asking for their own. Elizabeth put the leftover fabric to work and Elle Jay Home was born.
Her pillow covers are unique, casual, affordable and can be swapped out easily with the change of style or season.
Jason & Chris make leather wallets, belts & accessories in their workshop using traditional techniques and hand tools.
Everything from the cutting, stamping, riveting and finishing is done by hand.
Maker's story - Started by two brothers Jason and Chris, American Bench Craft is driven by one simple motive: to create wallets of unparalleled quality.
The way they saw things – mass produced wallets were weak at the seams and compromised on authenticity while making them more accessible.
Made from a single piece of leather and using metal fasteners instead of stitching, the generic wallet took a trip back to old-school and the end result was a hearty, elegant and rugged accessory that you’d be proud to carry around.
Hand-Painted Yoga features abstract watercolor art inspired by the philosophy of yoga, for those looking to add the spirit of tranquility and peace-of-mind to their homes.
Their spread of artwork includes journals, posters, calendars and magnets that’s intended towards promoting healing and opening your mind.
Maker’s story - Yoga has changed Allison's life. She has been working under the tutelage of teachers and guides along the way who have instilled philosophy into the physical yoga sequences that have resonated strongly with her. These messages continue to help her navigate through life, and she is passionate about sharing these messages through her art to inspire other yogis.
A shop full of dreamcatchers, soy wax candles and holiday ornaments.
Everything is handmade and made with love.
Alessia's dreamcatchers are one of a kind, the style might be similar in certain pieces but they will be slightly different and unique from each other. And that’s what makes them special, like the dreams they have to catch.
She also follows a ritual every time any buyer buys her dreamcatcher, she asks them to write their dreams for her in exchange of buying it. She collects and keeps them safe.
All her candles are 100% soy wax, hand poured, she uses a different scent for each one of them. Classics include Birthday Cake candle, which is so yummy you may want to eat it. Cappuccino is really good too.
She adds colorful sprinkles on the Birthday cake candle and makes a foamy lighter top on the Cappuccino one.
Maker's story - Alessia is an Italian actress, producer and filmmaker who also loves to make things. She started making Unique terrarium in jars and one of a kind vase using succulents plants, then she started to make candles and dreamcatchers. All her candles are limited edition, she uses unique jars and containers which make the products more special. She also uses 100% Soy wax for all her candles. Soy wax is natural wax which burns slower and is clean for the environment.
ROSA GOLD reinvents the monogram. By matching modern silhouettes and styles, with vintage-inspired fonts, they strive to make monograms aesthetically pleasing to a younger demographic.
Maker’s story - What started out as an Etsy shop, has evolved into something that has taken a life of it’s own! Kirsten originally started monogramming because she didn’t like anything that was out there and now monograms consume her life!
But in all seriousness, she did intend to start a side business, mostly as a creative outlet and she also wanted a way to give back. So, through a very slow and winded process, ROSA GOLD was born.
And it doesn’t stop here. ROSA GOLD donates a percentage of all profits to charity. At the moment they are supporting Pencils of Promise, an amazing organization that builds schools in developing countries.
All scarves are crocheted and sewn by Laura in Brooklyn or Manhattan using the highest quality merino, highland, and baby alpaca wool. Each product is unique. Laura takes special care to only purchase wool from vendors who are ethical in their treatment of the sheep and alpaca, and who use dye that is as non-toxic as possible.
Maker’s story - Laura Russello is a New York City-based artist and designer. The work of this collection represents an interplay of classic minimalist sophistication and the security of warmth. Each piece is thoughtfully handcrafted using only the finest environmentally sustainable materials and exemplifies the intricate process of an item built to withstand the test of time.
Adri’s shop consists of art prints as she feels that beautiful art should be affordable.
Maker's story - Having studied art, and living in a very art-friendly community Adri has purchased work in installments due to the price and constantly buy work to support artists. Because of this, she understands there is a need for people who want inspiration, beauty and color in their lives. She sells art reproductions so people can decide how big they want to display their work.
Like many other artists, she creates work as a form of meditation. Working for hours between layering and manipulating the material, sometimes a piece of work can take several days. She recently did her very first 24” x 36” painting and it was as big as her work table!
Born in France. Handmade in Miami. They make natural scented candles and diffusers.
Each material and each supplier is carefully chosen only in Europe and the USA to guarantee high-quality products. They support craftsmanship in their local economies.
Their vases are mouth-blown by European artisans, who create unique glasses that can be reused for other purposes. Then, a French Master perfumer elaborates their exclusive scents in Grasse, the world capital of perfume located in the south of France. Finally, they use a natural wax, vegetable-based, along with cotton wicks and US made packaging.
Maker’s story - Alixx is a family-owned business founded by French creator Alix de La Mensbruge. In 2009, she moved from Paris to Belgium, crossroads of European influences, to establish her first atelier of home fragrances.
In 2014, she expanded the line in the USA and opened a new workshop in Miami, FL, where all the products are handcrafted in-house.
Muchana's vision is to support Ecuadorian artisans, weavers and craftsmen in their trade all while creating the best in class, stylish accessories. They work one-on-one with the artisans to collaborate, handpick and showcase Ecuador’s handmade accessories that include Panama hats, scarves and ponchos.
Their products have a boho vibe and are versatile. They like to use natural colors, fiber such as alpaca, wool and cotton.
Maker's story - A collaboration between Katie & Julio Garcia and Kelly Cook, Muchana is truly a family owned small business. While traveling to Ecuador, they fell in love with the artisans and their beautiful handmade products and wanted to share Ecuador’s take on handcrafted art with the world. From there, they started designing products that were not only eco-friendly and sustainable, but also stylish.
Their work helps to support Ecuador’s economy and provides jobs for artisans. Ecuadorian artisans have been making handmade wearables for hundreds of years and it’s a tradition that’s slowly fading away. New-age Ecuadorians are reluctant to learn the secrets behind making authentic handmade wearables and prefer to take more modern jobs. In a time when most goods are made by machine, they are passionate about supporting this handmade tradition.
This shop is based in Westerham, London, and New York