Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on November 11th, 2011 at 4:51 pm
(All photos © J. Maus unless otherwise noted)
BikeCraft — a two-day bazaar of bike-inspired crafts, gifts, and fun — is less than a month away (December 3-4). The organizers have lots of cool stuff planned (more on that later); but the heart of the event is the vendors. In order to whet your appetite and introduce you to some of these talented folks I thought it'd be fun to share the current list over 30 vendors that will be there.
From fashion to zines, fine art, leather goods and bike bags; you'll find a bit of everything at BikeCraft.
Consider the links and photos below like a catalog. Start browsing now and get your game plan ready for the big weekend in December...
Black Star Bags - Dave Stoops
Blaq Designs - Paul Johnson
North St. Bags - Curtis Williams
Truce Designs - Luke Mathers
Bike n Chain - Kimberly Schrope
DiSanto Clothing - Matt Smith
Frostbitten Fantasies - Frost Noris
Gigi’s Handywork - Gigi Lascurettes
Little Package - Caroline Paquette
Rebicyclist - Julien Jaborska
Rhythmic Metal - Trent Stocking
Shaun Deller Designs - Shaun Deller
Velo Gioielli - Brian Echerer
Pinch Flat Designs - Ben Lewis
Art & Industry - Michael Downes & Jeff Sayler
Light On/Fun Reflectors™ - Brian Engelen
Walnut Architecture - Geoff Franklin
OffBeat Seat - Sarah Shakelford
Bikeasaurus - Becky Morton
Broken Spoke Designs - Nathan Engkjer
Dropout Bike Club - Brian Smith
Firefly Gear - Amy Erickson
Lost and Found - Sara Collins
Pedal Bike Tours - Todd Roll
Rejuiced Bikes - Johnnie Olivan
Rubber Revolution - Miranda Marks
Almost Monday - Serena Van Vranken
Filmed By Bike - Ayleen Crotty
Microcosm Publishing - Joe Biel
Stumptown Printers - Eric Bagdonas
Taking the Lane - Elly Blue
Two Guitars - Scott Ballard
Zinester’s Guide/Urban Adventure League - Shawn Granton
If you'd like to join this esteemed group of vendors, space is still available. Spots are $60 and you can fill out the vendor application online.
Just looking at the list gets me excited about the event... especially in light of our crazy economy it gives me great hope to see so many talented small business people thriving. I hope to see all of you at the event on December 3 and 4th. See BikeCraftPDX.com for all the latest details and stay tuned for vendor profiles and more inside scoops!