We aren’t usually the types to get down with all the internet-lingo but… OMG! What a great time we had in Brooklyn!! Our Fair in McCarren Park was on June 6 + 7 and we couldn’t have asked for better weather, better vendors or better attendees!! It was a massive success with an approximated 75,000+ stopping by the Park over the course of both days and a big, big, big thank you to the Hungry March Band for providing us with a last-leg kick-in-the-pants of a performance! What a great group!
Take a look at some shots of the event below — where you’ll even find photos of what a handful of us Renegade Craft staffers purchased! We’ll be back next week with detailed descriptions of our new found treasures!
Did you know you can also find us (and many, many more photos) on FLICKR : link!!
And on Facebook : link!!
If ya don’t know, now you know!!
Sue’s Buys –>
Macro Cosmic Organic Cotton Scoopneck Tee by Raeburn Ink
Mini Maple Seed Pod Art by Jewelweeds
Black Tea Honey Soap by Meow Meow Tweet
Home Sweet Home Wooden House by Something’s Hiding in Here
Ceramic Skyline Wall Hanging Souvenirs for Danny + Kate by Delong Ceramics
Danny’s Buys –>
Birch Bark Wall Hanging by Bettula
Creature Pot by Plane Jane Project
Mug by Rabbit Island Ceramics
Jump Rope Card by Sissyfist
Cross Stitch Art by Chez-Sucre-Chez
Band-aid Print by Gold Teeth Brooklyn
Kate’s Buys –>
Zombies Love Brains Mug by Folded Pigs
Alphabet Tote by There’s Something Hiding in Here
Discharged Tee by Species by the Thousands
Flowerface Print by Nate Duval
Earrings by Urbahnika
Embroidered Banner by Astulabee
The 5th Annual Renegade Craft Fair in Brooklyn is THIS WEEKEND!! This years event is taking place June 6 + 7 from 11am – 7pm, at McCarren Park. The Artist list is up, so check it out and get a sneak peak at who will be there!
Over 300 indie crafters are participating in the fair, so there’s sure to be something for everyone! Be sure to stop by our Info booth near the corner of Bedford + N. 12th St. to sign up for Raffles provided by Sublime Stitching, Stencil 1 and Craftside. Grab some delicious grub from Urban Rustic, Lefty’s & The Treats Truck. And if you are at the park Sunday afternoon, check out the Hungry March Band!
The Renegade Craft Fair is FREE to attend, and open to the public. Take public transportation to the Fair by hopping on either the G or L trains to Brooklyn. Hop off at Bedford Ave. and walk north to McCarren park if youre riding the L Train or, if youre riding the G Train, get off at Nassau and walk two blocks south!
See you there!!