nerd JERK: With a nostalgia for all things retro, nerd JERK inspires the geek in all of us by crafting old-school video game imagery into tangible textile art. Specializing in cute crochet plush sculptures, designer Steph Cortes has also started selling her DIY Craft Kits to bring pixel art to life! Meet your Bazaar Bizarre art vendors.
Linda Fahey Ceramics: I am a studio potter/designer. All my work is completely hand built, designed and illustrated. All work is stoneware, user friendly, food safe and small works of art! 3 Fish Studios: Original and affordable paintings and prints by Annie Galvin and Eric Rewitzer. Eddie Colla: Oakland based artist producing small original art work and prints using found material and mixed media. Emma SanCartier Illustrations: I sell prints of my artwork and original sculptures. Martin Hsu Illustration: Martin Hsu is a San Francisco based artist who aims to create fun, contemporary, and original designs. Due to his multiple personalities, Martin is able to develop different brands for different folks. He likes you. Kelso Doesnt Dance: I hand make everything to be functional as well as good looking and it’s important to me that the materials are repurposed from used materials that would otherwise go unused. Rebicyclist: I like to take used bike parts and recycle them into accessories and art. Jaime Zollars: JAIME ZOLLARS began making art at a young age, but her illustration career didn’t take off until second grade, when she started drawing unicorns on friends’ Trapper Keepers for shiny nickels. She went on to draw local library brochures and elaborate student council campaign ephemera, quickly sealing her fate. To make it official, Jaime spent seven years in college, earning a B.A. in photography from UMBC in 1999, and a B.F.A in Illustration from the Art Center College of Design in 2003. The Little Red House: The Little Red House love to keep doing art and spread the happiness through her art. Her mission is to bring everyone back to his or her childhood moment. tiny sparks design: Screen printed original illustrations on wood. Clocks, coat racks, key holders and prints. Studio M.M.E.: Studio MME rekindles wonder with the quirky pen and ink artwork of illustrator, Megan Eckman. Recently her inky creations have taken on a new life as embroidery patterns and pillows.