As a wise man (aka my dad) recently told me, survival is more that just dressing cute. Point taken. Ergo, I am attempting to branch out on my survival skills. First stop, The Renegade Craft Fair. This past weekend, Downtown LA played host to the bi-annual fair, bringing together an eclectic group of craftspeople, artists and everything in between. An early resident of DTLA, I’m keen to support any event this part of town has to offer. And when the affair in question happens to combine shopping, art and eating, you can be sure I’ll be the first in line.
In addition to postcards and paper, Sienne Josselin also offered on-site watercolor classesSnarky stationary from JulieAnnArtGray Market’s beautiful hand block textilesWooden cityscapesSpaz Happy Line Design’s charming hanging and potted succulentsThe heat drew non-stop lines for Front Porch PopsBeyond obsessed with this California popsicle print I picked up from Sean Mort Print ShopMy other aquisition from Sean Mort Print Shop: Manhattan Bookshelf Scalpel-cut works of art by Bird Mafia; these were absolutely stunning in personHow incredible are these signs from Junk Art Gypsyz?Martha supports it, so you know it’s gotta be good.Grand Park: LA’s attempt at Central ParkWalt Disney Concert Hall grows more beautiful with every passing day