‘Tis the season for the Tenderloin Museum’s annual holiday bazaar! Come enjoy festive holiday libations, snacks, and tunes (by DJ Tylawave) while you shop a pop-up marketplace flush with neighborhood wares from local artist-vendors. Some treasures awaiting you include ceramics, leather goods, tote bags, jewelry, candles, plants, and vintage pieces. Curate unique gift boxes this year while supporting the arts!
List of participating artist-vendors:
The Tenderloin’s only Vintage/Buy/Sell/Trade and Underground performance space. Located at 651 Larkin Street. Vacation’s speciality is forward, relevant, and modern vintage with a penchant for truly unique garments.
FleetWood is a print shop, art gallery, and retail space that houses locally made goods.
From custom printing jobs to art shows, FleetWood is committed to supporting local art and business. Fleetwood will showcase their line of goods screen printed in-house. T-shirts, sweatshirts, prints and totes, cards and prints, jewelry, and/or terrariums.
Born in San Francisco’s Tenderloin district, the loin is not only a brand, but also a screen print shop. The shop uses the most earth-friendly materials and methods available. The two-man operation offers high-quality, custom hand printed goods such as t-shirts, posters, and messenger bags. the loin collaborates with local artists and combines skill and concept to create original pieces. Each print is pushed to order and there are no boundaries – anything with a flat surface can be printed on.
Paulcity goods is about trying new things. A leather goods company whose focus is producing empowering, eco designed products. At every step of the way, ecological impact is thoughtfully controlled in the production and design of leather belts, bags, and wallets.
A love of form, color, design and function is expressed in this handmade artisan collection of goods.
Vintage sci-fi clothing, hats, pins and other space gear specializing in 80's and 90's ephemera.
Fine Line Vintage
Classic to modern ladies' vintage, with an emphasis on vibrant patterns and comfort materials.
ALEXANDRA BARAO CERAMICS
Inspired by minimalist forms and a connection to the earth, Alexandra Barao creates functional ceramics that are intended for everyday use.
instagram.com/alexandrabarao or alexandrabarao.com
Sahar Shirazi’s work utilizes reused items, such as leather scraps and bits of broken items, as well as natural treasures like moss and driftwood. Her recipes and craft are inspired by her upbringing and background, as a middle eastern immigrant raised to worship nature and food.
Moonrose is a San Francisco based company founded in 2017 , designing and producing artwork which is sewn on recycled clothing. Many themes are locally inspired and custom orders are welcomed! Contact info: @moonrosesf, moonrosesf.com, [email protected]