Thursday, October 7, 2010

October 9 Bridittes Haus Prints

Brigitte's simplistic prints are influenced by European Folk Art and her German background. These silkscreen prints are all hand-drawn and come with easy to use frames that Brigiett makes out of alder. Even the paper she uses is vintage and she receives it from here cousin in France. Come by and visit Briditte's prints and our other vendors on October 9th.

October 9th Mrs. Talbott's Hand Crafts

Mrs. Talbott's Hand Crafts creates items that express an old world personality. Made by her today, Mrs. Talbot uses the influence of pioneer history to express a timeless apron, hat, doll, bag etc. She also offers here lovely home grown lavender and homemade hand balm.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

October 9th Freights-Art for the Long Haul

Freights artware is a line of colorful, practical gifts and accessories dye-printed with the photographs of Lorenzo Kristov with the collaboration of his wife Robin. Their freight train photos capture the surprising beauty found in the interplay of freight car hardware with the effects of weathering and graffiti. Freights doesn't just stop at the station with bags...they offer journals as well as other laptop cases ... mugs ... silk pillows ... metal wall art (coming soon).


Tuesday, October 5, 2010

October 9th Renewable Jewels

Once upon a time in a far away land, women and men alike received jewelry for occasions or simply as gifts for themselves. These pieces of jewelry were treasured and worn often. As time progressed, they became forgotten. Now they have been rediscovered and redesigned to give the jewelry new life.

Renewable Jewels is a company that takes pieces of jewelry from the various decades and makes them new again. The vintage pieces are one of a kind and combine the beauty of the past with a present-day design. They will be a classic in your wardrobe and last throughout time. Make history with your vintage jewelry and add a new chapter by recreating a new beginning with a happy ending.

-Jami Mark, Designer Renewable Jewels
Here at Haute Again's Indie Davis October 9, 2010