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  • Best Boy & Co.
    Best Boy & Co.
    Food and Beverage

    All natural, all good, all profits go to charity – that’s right, 100% of profits from this best selling artisanal food line, Best Boy & Co. benefit charities such as The American Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders, and more.  You’ll feel good about buying some of the best damn mustard, hot sauce, and fudge sauce that you’ve ever tasted. Best Boy offers spice rubs, bbq sauce, and caramel sauce as well. Oh, and they’re award winning too! What’s not to love?

  • Yonder Clothing Co.
    Yonder Clothing Co.
    Men's & Unisex Apparel, Women's Apparel

    Yonder Clothing Co. is the brainchild of Indianapolis based designer and illustrator, Adam Johnson. Celebrating all things wild and “out yonder,” this popular t-shirt brand portrays images of forest, fields, and Indiana nostalgia.

  • Katydid Design
    Katydid Design
    Art Prints, City and State Pride, Greeting Cards and Stationery, Housewares

    Katydid is a letterpress studio based in Chicago, IL. We are inspired by design, fine art, family, letterpress, and combining these elements to create playful, elegant, and singular paper goods. Kate, the founder behind Katydid, prints on a cast iron press that’s more than one hundred years old, and named the business katydid because that’s what her family called her during her childhood in the midwest.

  • A Picnic Lunch
    A Picnic Lunch
    Children's Toys and Games

    Play time just got cuter with crocheted fruits & vegetables from A Picnic Lunch! Crocheted BLTs, crocheted snap peas, and even corn, all handmade using recycled yarn! This sustainable gift makes for a perfect birthday present for little ones who love their play kitchen!

  • Redbud Jewelry
    Redbud Jewelry
    Jewelry

    Redbud Jewelry began in 2011 and is a line of one-of-a-kind and limited run jewelry.  Each piece is made completely by hand in their Chicago studio and storefront.  Passionate about craftsmanship and creating  jewelry in the “old school” way, Redbud’s heirloom-quality jewelry can be worn for decades to come!

  • Cityscape Tiles
    Cityscape Tiles
    Home Décor, Housewares

    Cityscape Tiles began as a simple documentation of the love for one neighborhood. From there, it has grown to portray many other “homes” of the Midwest and around the globe.  The tiles are timeless portrayals of city’s most loved and most famous locations and the black and white photography makes them applicable to any home aesthetic.

  • Amy Rice Art
    Amy Rice Art
    Art Prints

    Minneapolis artist and printmaker Amy Rice has exhibited her fine art in galleries nationally and abroad for over a decade. After finding an antique sign press machine (a type of letterpress) and some great fonts in an antique shop one day, she heard “You Can Go Your Own Way” on the radio on the drive home, and had a giant lightbulb moment. The prints and letterpress products that came from that lightbulb have been a hit ever since.

     

  • 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.

  • Megan Lee Designs
    Megan Lee Designs
    Children's Apparel, City and State Pride, Men's & Unisex Apparel, Women's Apparel

    Megan Lee Designs are original and hand-drawn with a sketchy nuanced quality to them. We think things are more fun this way. In 2003, Megan began creating designs that tickled her fancy and made her smile. She took a screen-printing class and fell in love with printing her illustrations on clothing. Erik (husband) helped her lug stuff to craft shows, organize the early orders, and eventually got promoted to VP of running stuff. You can find their t-shirts, baby goods, scarves, and more in our shop!

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Dulcet Design
    Dulcet Design
    Art Prints, City and State Pride, Home Décor, Housewares, Jewelry

    Dulcet Design is a unique line of lightweight acrylic jewelry, home accessories and prints. Alicia Stoughton, a trained Architect, is the designer behind the Dulcet Design collection and creates each piece in her Cincinnati Ohio home and studio. Using the talents and eye developed in Architectural training, Alicia creates all of the durable, streamlined, extremely wearable designs.