Our Favorite Makers at Renegade Craft Fair This Weekend

The holidays are almost upon us, and frankly, we're freaking out! This is the busiest time of year for us and we haven't had a millisecond to shop. So not only are we excited to be showing at the Renegade Holiday Fair again this year, but we're looking forward to getting all of our shopping done. Renegade is by far the largest, and in our opinion, the best holiday fair of the season, with over 250+ indie designers and artists from the Bay Area and beyond. 

Below are a few of our favorite indie vendors that make Renegade a one-stop shop for unique gifts. 

Shop small. Shop local. Shop unique. 

Renegade Craft Fair
December 15 + 16,  2012
Concourse Exhibition Center 
Free Admission
Right Mezzanine, booth #243



"San Francisco is for Carnivores" by Drywell

"Forget the hippies, vegans, and "Meatless Mondays" - San Francisco is for Carnivores." We heart meat too. 


Fox Cocktail Napkin by Linea Carta

Linea Carta is the first table we always seek out at Renegade. Diva Pyari makes gorgeous stationary as well as linens. 


Someday it will be True by Pretty Little Thieves

We can't get enough of Nancy Mungcal's work. Playful and innocent, yet dark. I love her morose little girls. 


Cuddle Bug by T-We Tea

We discovered T-We Tea a few weeks ago at Bazaar Bizarre. Christopher and Keir were our delightful neighbors and were kind enough to get us hooked on their delicious tea. 


Hato in the Red Bird Suit by Ayu Tomikawa Art 

Another discovery from Bazaar Bizarre. We fell in love with Ayu Tomikawa's adorable woodblock prints.  



Milou by doubleparlour

San Francisco husband and wife duo, Ernie and Cassandra Velasco. We especially like their sculptures of morose girls, yeah, we have a thing for them. 

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