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Market of Dreams, Asian Americana: Comfort edition – May 28
Brick Aux is proud to present
MARKET OF DREAMS
BOURBON AND FRIENDS
Sunday May 28, 2-5pm
at Brick Aux – 628 Metropolitan Ave
– An excellent array of vendors, serving you vintage and handmade fashion, earrings, ceramics, stickers, stationary, art prints, infused treats!
In conjunction with our AAPI Group Exhibition, Asian Americana: Comfort. Come view 10 AAPI artists exploring the ideas of comfort/discomfort through the Asian American lens and shop lovely vendors!
gubbins nyc is a love letter to becoming—
curated and created by multihyphenate artist Evie Schuckman. (they/them)
all pieces under the gubbins nyc label are handmade in Brooklyn by Evie, with deadstock and vintage American materials.
all vintage clothing + accessories are sourced from their hometown of West Palm Beach, FL. (the land of dead people’s clothes.)
Chaotic Neutral came as a way of gifting friends with little pieces of art and joy during the pandemic, being able to share more of the pieces to the world and continuing to explore how to integrate Korean art and other inspirations has been a welcome evolution.
Ceramics inspired by Everything, Everywhere, All at Once
The Revolutionary Mushroom
The Revolutionary Mushroom was created by Mel Xu, a queer Chinese American artist, farmer and community organizer from Lenapehoking, or so-called Queens, NY. They create art about healing & nourishing our Mother Earth, our most marginalized community members, and ourselves. Everything is packaged with love in home-compostable packaging, and they compost all their scraps!
Raunchy goods for fun people
Cookie Smut is a kitschy, colorful, and yes, sometimes smutty brand that offers jewelry, home decor, stickers and more! Come shop the Cookie Smut pop-up in person for 3 fabulous weekends in April. It’s the perfect place to grab hilarious gifts for your funnest, naughtiest, gayest, sex-positiviest friends. Bonus points if that funnest friend is you!
Tessa Creates explores intimacy and delight through beadwork. Using vintage beads, upcycled charms, semi-precious stones and hand-drilled shale from the shores of Lake Champlain, Tessa builds unique, dynamic and elegant jewelry. She also makes collages!
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