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  • MH Leathergoods
    MH Leathergoods
    Handbags, Totes, Purses and Pouches

    The Alhamwis fled Syria in 2012 and lost their home and leather business. Now living here in Indy, they have restarted their business, MH Leathergoods, and you can find their beautiful, handcrafted goods in our store!

  • Augie & Lola
    Augie & Lola
    Children's Accessories

    Augie & Lola makes simple products for your not so simple life.  From bows, beanies and bibs, blankets, pacifier clips and wet bags, burp cloths, changing pads and reusable bags…Augie & Lola has something for all ages and all stages of parenting.

  • New Art Studios
    New Art Studios
    Art Prints, City and State Pride, Home Décor, Original 2D Artwork

    New Art Studios specializes in creating original art that celebrates the great parts of sports, athletics, and pop culture related rivalries. Each mixed-media piece is an original creation that gives fans of any team, franchise, and location an opportunity to celebrate their loyalties. Audwynn Newman, the artist behind the pieces, studied at the Kubert School for Cartoon Graphics and Commercial Illustration in Dover, New Jersey and has produced work for Marvel and D.C. Comics.

  • MODma Goods
    MODma Goods
    City and State Pride, Housewares, Kitchen Goods

    From local love tea towels to towels with sayings like “I don’t know why they expect dinner every night…” we think MODma totally gets us. And fits in perfectly with our shop!

  • 407 Botanicals
    407 Botanicals
    Bath and Body Care

    From bath soaks to face cream to baby talc, each and every product from 407 Botanicals is handcrafted from scratch using premium, natural, and organic ingredients, with an emphasis on the transformative and aromatherapeutic benefits of essential oils. You’ll find no artificial fragrances or ingredients, no fillers, no parabens, or other harmful chemicals – just pure, botanical based, highly concentrated goodness.

  • Bebito
    Bebito
    Children's Toys and Games, Plush

    Rachel Hedges, the creator behind Bebito toys, has been making these quirky plushes since 2006.  Repurposing vintage skirts, old fashioned buttons, and other found objects, Bebito characters come alive and these recycled items are given a new chance at life. Rachel spends a lot of time thinking about, planning and creating Bebito items. But at other times, she is also a bartender, a singer and guitar player, a raw food enthusiast, a run/swim/biker, a poet, and a cat-sitter.

  • Ribbon + Roving
    Ribbon + Roving
    Home Décor

    Karisa Cole, the maker behind Ribbon + Roving, has been a long time teacher and crafter. In addition to a career in elementary education, Karisa enjoys being a student in various classes and workshops learning how to draw, paint, crochet, knit, weave, mold clay and create block prints. You can find her weavings and pillows in our store!

  • Creature Type
    Creature Type
    Flair, Men's & Unisex Accessories, Women's Accessories

    Creature Type, graphic designer by day, maker of pop-culture-inspired, feisty, and cute flair for your favorite denim jacket by night. Oh and she’s the illustrator of our favorite lady power, adult coloring book in store: Boss Babes. Hello, Dolly for real.

  • Farizula Designs
    Farizula Designs
    Housewares

    Always a creative at heart, Raechel, the mind of Farizula Designs, actually began creating her mugs as a one-off gift idea.  Once she realized how much there was a market for snark, fun, and pun on Etsy, well, they say, the rest is history. Find mugs for the Best Father (farter), Hocus Pocus lovers, and more in store today!

  • RONLEWHORN Industries
    RONLEWHORN Industries
    Art Prints, Greeting Cards and Stationery, Holiday and Seasonal

    From illustrations to portraiture, gig posters to branding, RONLEWHORN Industries is where it’s at. His Princess Bride prints are iconic to our shop. Inspired by the likes of Warhol and Lichtenstein, RONLEWHORN focuses work around portraiture saying, “I think there is something we connect to in an illustrated portrait that is deeper than a photograph. It highlights and accentuates the details characteristics in a way that a camera can’t.”

  • Elizabeth Benotti Ceramics
    Elizabeth Benotti Ceramics
    Ceramics, Home Décor, Housewares, Kitchen Goods

    Elizabeth Benotti’s work explores the relationships between everyday objects, color, image and form.  Using porcelain, she interchanges slipcasting, handbuilding and wheelthrowing techniques. The objects act as a canvas for drawings that can be found on most of her work. The drawings are all inlaid into the clay using a traditional mishima process and the decorative colors are hand painted.

  • Studio AMF
    Studio AMF
    Jewelry

    Taking her first jewelry class at age 11, Studio AMF is the work of Indianapolis artist Allison Ford.  With an established local following, Allison creates stunning pieces of wearable art inspired by nature and the insect world.  You can find moth rings, beetle necklaces, and more amongst her collection.