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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

     

  • Salame Jewelry Designs
    Salame Jewelry Designs
    Jewelry

    Gemstone goddess, Rana Salame, of Salame Jewelry Designs has been creating one-of-a-kind pieces since 2009. She has an extensive knowledge of gemstones and takes care adding each stone to her wearable works of art. Her collection ranges from cuff quartz bracelets to gemstone tiaras to statement necklaces to minimal earrings. Come shop her line and find something to match your unique style (and spirit).

  • 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?

  • 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!

  • Axler Works
    Axler Works
    City and State Pride, Flair, Home Décor, Housewares

    Daniel Axler is an Indianapolis based photographer with over 30 years experience. Each of his magnets come from an original photograph that are then hand-cut and assembled. Our customers love finding his retro sign magnets from Roselyn Bakery, Atlas Super Market, and more.

  • Gravesco Pottery
    Gravesco Pottery
    Ceramics, Housewares

    Far from traditional, Rebecca Graves, of Gravesco Pottery, is a mold breaker driven by a love of design and function. Carving into her work, Gravesco Pottery is reminiscent of woodcut and using skulls, the occasional F-bomb, and other snarky sayings, these pieces are definite conversation starters.

  • 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.

  • Paper Wolf Design
    Paper Wolf Design
    Art Prints, Greeting Cards and Stationery

    Paper Wolf Design is a small Illustrated paper goods company, run by upstate, NY based designer, Lara Bremer. Lara learned to draw and create as a child growing up on her family’s artist farm in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains. Before starting Paper Wolf she lived in Brooklyn, NY where she studied Graphic Design at the Art Institute of New York. After 8 years in the city she returned to her country roots to start her company.

  • Mr. Sogs
    Mr. Sogs
    Children's Toys and Games, Greeting Cards and Stationery

    Joelle Medici and Emily Doyle are the creative minds behind Mr. Sogs Creatures. This dynamic sister duo has a deep affinity for animals which can be seen throughout their collection. Come shop Mr. Toothypegs and more in store! We promise you, and the kids, will love this line!