Sunday, March 21, 2010

March 6th Event

Our March 6 event was such a blast. Everyone had a great time. We're doing it again June 5.
Stay tuned.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Indie Davis...It's On...

No rain today! YAY!
A rainbow just outside of Davis, CA.

Indie Davis Gear Bags and Buttons

We're super excited that the weather will be kind to us today. Come by and see, what we believe will be a fun event for Downtown Davis and the Davis community in general. It's important during difficult times to celebrate what we do have, joy, community and creativity.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Keeping Our Fingers Crossed and More

We're keeping our fingers, toes, arms and legs crossed for no rain this Saturday.
We have so many things planned...

like a giveaway...
like Gary Saylin playing his ukulele...
like indie davis buttons and bags...
like cookies by Jolie Biscuit...
like refreshments...
and like cool people like you coming by and hanging out.

Let's hope it stays dry until 6 p.m. Saturday night.

If it does ran Saturday, we will postpone the event.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Bisoux Knitted Goods by Courtney Riddle

Bisoux Bows, $12 each

, by Courtney Riddle (the girl behind the graphic design of Indie Davis), is a collection of sweet little knitted goods, created to make every day a little bit cuter. Her staple designs are iconic, cartoony hair bows in every color imaginable (only a few of which are pictured above). The newest of her knitted accessories are a series of necklaces, turning everyday objects into whimsical, wearable knitted art.

Isla Corbett Handmade Modern Craft Goods

Wool Felt Flower Hair Clips $9-$13

Wool Felt Purple Lollipop Purse $48

Isla Corbett, designs wool felt accessories for modern living and needle felted hair accessories, all of which are handmade in her Marin home studio. Influenced by nature and it's amazing colors and original forms, Isla creates accessories that are pleasurable to use and wear. There is a sense of clarity and whimsicle innocence with her modern designs that make her products alluring to all ages. Mom not only enjoys her Isla Corbett purse or throw pillow but she, like her daughter, enjoys wearing a little needle felted flower in her hair. Visit Indie Davis on Saturday March 6, 2010 and meet the lovely Isla and her work. You will be happy that you came by.

Jenny Anderson Ceramics & Mosaics

Mosaic Custom House Numbers Price Varies

Custom Birthday Stepping Stone Cost Varies

Ceramic, Copper and Willow Garden Stakes $16-$18 each

Detail Ceramic, Copper and Willow Garden Stakes $16-$18 each

Jenny Anderson Ceramics and Mosaics takes the opportunity to create objects that we use everyday (garden decorations, garlands, stepping stones, signs or even house numbers) and makes them beautiful and expressive . Jenny enjoys working with natural materials, like clay and glass and then transforms them into functional decorativeness that conveys her talent, as well, as her patrons personality. She is passionate about making the everyday lovely and special. Come by and meet with Jenny to discuss a special project that will last a life time. Or, if you can't wait, grab some ready to use pieces to enjoy now.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Jami Mark's Vintage Finds

Vintage Silver/Brass Cuff Bracelet $18
Vintage Silver Cuff Bracelet $18

Vintage Imperial Milk Glass Vase $24
Vintage Hummingbird Pendant Necklace $16

Come by nina and tom's Indie Davis (129 E Street Davis, CA 95619) Saturday, March 6, 2010 to see the result of Jami Mark's uncanny talent for finding unique vintage items. Jami hunts flea markets and estate sales through out the region to discover treasures that have been forgotten. With her keen sense, she finds fun and distinct items that are affordable. By doing so, Jami gives the opportunity for each object to begin a new life of memories.

Blue Bicicletta Illustrations by Nicole Docimo

Blooming Snow Illustrated Poetry Print $15

Ride Bikes Illustration Print $20

A Nestled Three Original Illustration $150

Blue Bicicletta by artist Nicole Docimo, is an expression of the simple wonders of the everyday. By specifically using the simplicity of black lines on white paper along with playing with words –womb, tomb, crumb, for example, Nicole captures the positive feelings of our daily interactions. By hanging her illustrations in your home or place of importance you will be reminded of the simple pleasures of life, such as food, nature, and physical and imaginative activity, thus feeling happiness and peace. How wonderful is that?