A Visual Recap of the Holiday Pop-Up:
Last week, we had our very first pop-up event at the SF Local Design Market sponsored by Zinc Details.
Here are some images from the 2-day shopping event. We were in good company with other amazing artisans and makers under the roof of San Francisco’s modern design destination! A big thanks to Zinc Details for hosting the event, as well as the new friends, makers, and customers we met.
Everything old is new again. Tim Roberts of Glyph Design uses 150-year-old sustainably harvested trees in some of their smooth-as-silk wood goods.
The geometric dreams of Shapes and Colors will look great in your home. Samantha Cisneros produces an awesome line of textiles and products, all handmade in California.
These 100% vegan handbags from Inbal Ithachi are printed in traditional silkscreen printing techniques and handmade in small batches. Each style includes a special pocket for your laptop or tablet.
Molly McGrath of Molly M. Designs integrates an array of lasercut designs in her art and housewares. Geometrically awesome.
Talamla—Knot your average bag. Inspired by traditional macramé techniques, each backpack and tote is made of 100% cotton rope along with countless hours of sitting and knotting away.
Bespoke Watch Projects creates limited production mechanical timepieces, customized for each owner. Offered in extremely small editions, each series allows for a range of options, thus becoming a truly individualized timepiece.
Photos: John McConnico @mcconnico