Brooklyn! I'm back! I missed you whilst on Vacation in hot, sticky and sweaty Texas! Here's what I missed:
This is a sweet tee indeed: it features a popular Cakespy theme of hipster baked goods waiting for the subway in the super-hip Williamsburg neighborhood in Brooklyn. American Apparel shirts.
Get the notecards if you are not of the t-shirted orientation. They come in a boxed set of 10 cards and envelopes. It's all one design: Hipster Cakes and sweets waiting for the L Train in Brooklyn! They come in a clear and sturdy box. Each card is an A2 size (4.24 x 5.5) which is horizontally aligned, with a top tent-fold.
Cards, $12 for 10, Jessie Oleson (Click for Shop)
T-shirt, $22, Jessie Oleson (Click for Blog)
These two would look so cute next to each other in frames! 5"x7"
Left: 51 Bushwick Avenue Print, $10, Pepper Sprouts
Right: 53 Bushwick Avenue Print, $10, Pepper Sprouts
Brooklyn Bridge Pillow, $20, Urbn
Brooklyn Coaster's City! You can buy the Sesame Letterpress coaster's a bunch of places in town, but I like Elsewares because they are really friendly and it is literally one block away from my house! Mail order only though : (
Left: Brooklyn Coaster, $3.95 for 10, Fish Eddy's
Right: Brooklyn Coaster Set, 8 for $12, Sesame Letterpress
Brooklyn, NY Letter Pressed Cards, $3.50 each or $17 for 8, Andy Pratt Design
I love the colours in this design and I love Coney Island. Put two and two together and I'll buy four. or something less cheesy. Printed on American Apparel, which means: soft!
Coney Island Onesie, $22, TotStops
Hand pulled, 20"x13" three color block print of several buildings in the williamsburg neighborhood of brooklyn, ny.
The Usual Suspects Print, $60, Craftonite
Hello Greenpoint! I live in you! This canvas bag was created by Brooklyn Novelty, which consists of Derick Holt and Milton Carter of Willamsburg/Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Derick has an assortment of amazing graphic design on his site and Milton has great shirts, including this Brooklyn themed one:
Aloha Shirt, $58, M. Carter
Williamsburg/Greenpoint Tote, $20, Brooklyn Novelty
I like this necklace because it was made with a picture of the Brooklyn Bridge and a Nickel. I love it when people find new uses for things and I would never think to use a nickel when creating jewelry. I also like the picture they chose to use of the Bridge, it gives the necklace an old-timey feel.
Catch Wabisabi Brooklyn on Saturday August 9 at the Brooklyn Indie Market from 11am-7pm
Under the red and white striped tent on Smith and Union Street, Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. Via subway: take the F or G train to Carroll street. Exit at the President Street exit of the station. You will see the the tent!
Brooklyn Bridge Necklace, $22, Wabisabi Brooklyn
Brooklyn Rectangle Platter, $22.95, Fish Eddy's