2014 Vendors


Photo Credit: Cloud of Foxes

Photo Credit: Cloud of Foxes

Cloud of Foxes

Cloud of Foxes are people who want to share their passion for goods that celebrate quality and simplicity. Cloud of Foxes promotes honesty through materials and necessity through life experience. They see value in process reduction while keeping their products locally made. 

 


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Jacobsen's Salt Co

Jacobsen's strives to create the best finishing salt America has to offer. Harvested from the cold waters of the Oregon Coast, Jacobsen Salt Co.’s pure sea salts have gained much critical acclaim for their beautiful taste, texture, and appearance. Used by chefs and home cooks around the world.


Photo Credit: Bee Local

Photo Credit: Bee Local

Bee Local

Bee Local is the only honey producer to offer terroir-based honey varieties. Unique micro-batch offerings have complex flavor profiles that reflect the forage available in specific neighborhoods and regions.

 


Photo Credit: Studio Twelve21

Photo Credit: Studio Twelve21

Studio Twelve21

Studio Twelve21 specializes in greeting cards and prints. Jenna and Katie are both Northwest natives who met 8 years ago and have been inseparable ever since. Their personalities are like their design styles totally opposite but they embrace it. Over the years they have leaned on one another for critique, inspiration and motivation. They love what they do and want to share it. Their designs tell a story.


Photo Credit: NORWOOD

Photo Credit: NORWOOD

NORWOOD

NORWOOD creates modern streetwear that pays homage to the rich history of Portland, Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Their passion for design and craftsmanship combined with their commitment to American-made products are what influence our modern urban-outdoor streetwear style.

Welcome to NORWOOD.


Photo Credit: T Project

Photo Credit: T Project

T Project

T Project makes small batch artisanal teas of the highest caliber hand blended in Portland, OR. T Project's passion for flavor and scents, vision of beauty, love of quality craftsmanship and admiration of the botanical world all meld into one cup of tea and the many lovely things that accompany it. All of their teas, spices, herbs and flowers are carefully sourced so that you are infusing only the very best botanicals in your cup. 


Photo Credit: Wooly Beast

Photo Credit: Wooly Beast

Wooly Beast

Wooly Beast Designs is a husband and wife creative team living, working, and playing in Portland, OR. They make soy wax candles, shea butter soaps, and limited edition silkscreened apparel for babies and adults.

 


Photo Credit: Bean Goods

Photo Credit: Bean Goods

Bean Goods

Bean Goods is a clothing and accessories brand born in Portland, OR. It is inspired by bean a little black and tan dachshund. For Bean goods giving back to organizations that improve the lives of both hound AND human is important to them. For that reason they contribute a portion of each purchase to selected animal shelters and rescue organizations throughout the year.


Photo Credit: Woodblock Chocolate

Photo Credit: Woodblock Chocolate

Woodblock Chocolate

Woodblock Chocolate is the fortunate result of years of rigorous, artistic endeavors executed by wife and husband team Jessica and Charley Wheelock. They are wildly excited to be able to share what they have learned with you in the form of face meltingly delicious chocolate made from two ingredients: cacao and pure cane sugar.


Photo Credit: Imaginary Authors

Photo Credit: Imaginary Authors

Imaginary Authors

Imaginary Authors is born from the concept of scent as art and art as provocation. Like a good book, their scents are meant to inspire you. The hope is that they not only invigorate and intoxicate, but also take you to new places. Each Imaginary Authors fragrance follows a compelling storyline peppered with intriguing twists. These are scents to curl up with, to share with friends, to take with you wherever you go, and to return to again and again for a uniquely transcendent experience.


Photo Credit: Prost to the Host

Photo Credit: Prost to the Host

Prost to the Host

Prost to the Host has been making tissue paper party decorations out of their little studio in SE Portland since 2008.They relish in the fact that it doesn't take much to make a great memory. With just a few pops of color, a studio space can turn into a place were friends are gathered together to celebrate life's little (or big) moments or turn a guest room into a welcoming space for visiting loved ones. You can find their pieces in Portlandia, Gossip Girl, Martha Stewart, Hostess with the Mostess and Powell's Books. 


Photo Credit: craftLAB

Photo Credit: craftLAB

craftLAB

craftLAB is a experimental design studio where new product designs(jewelry, accessories, homegoods) are created out of unique materials.  Most of craftLAB’s products are made from found materials/objects and/or recycled upcycled materials. craftLAB is owned and operated by Suzanne Piubeni currently residing in Portland Oregon


Photo Credit: Bt Livermore

Photo Credit: Bt Livermore

Bt Livermore

Bt Livermore makes screenprints, letterpress, wood work and larger hand painted signage. Most of his work focuses on hand type lettering.  


Photo Credit: Man's Face Stuff

Photo Credit: Man's Face Stuff

Man's Face Stuff

Man's Face Stuff makes handmade moustache and beard styling products, as well as lip balm. Man's Face Stuff debuted their first waxes - Unscented and Gin & Tonic - in April 2009, and in the years since, have created a varied product line that has been enjoyed by people the world over. In 2013, they helped sponsor the West Coast Beard and Mustache Championships in Portland, and have provided wax (and stickers) to the TV show,Portlandia.

 


Photo Credit: Primecut

Photo Credit: Primecut

Primecut

Primecut bags encompasses the individuality that can only be found in nature.  Through the one-of-a-kind hides sourced from regional and worldwide leather suppliers, every bag is an individual expression.  From the rich blacks, creamy whites and the heathered brindles, no two will ever be alike. In a search for a better bag, Primecut is where form and function finally meet. Every bag is designed and produced in Portland, Oregon with the highest of standards in materials and aesthetics.


Photo Credit: WWJJD

Photo Credit: WWJJD

WWJJD

WWJJD is the design collaboration between Joshua Buck and Jeanne Tunberg. "For WWJJD we wanted to make clothes that celebrated a bold and creative life! :)" echos Jeanne. Jeanne and Joshua met each other while working at the Portland Garment Factory in 2009, and both have been active, separately, in the Portland design community ever since.  WWJJD showed its first collection at this February's Fade To Light Fashion show.  WWJJD focuses on directional staples with wit and charm that are made to last.  

WWJJD- "ride hard and put away wrecked"!


Photo Credit: Machete

Photo Credit: Machete

Machete

Machete 's jewelry draws on traditional smithing techniques with updated designs for today. Much of Anna's inspiration comes from growing up in southwest Colorado, the beauty of the desert landscape and the rich cultural flavor. Having spent more than a decade in Portland, Machete encompasses a unique Pacific Northwest, meets Southwest perspective. Machete uses only the finest materials and metals, with US sourced turquoise and gems.


Photo Credit: Lilith RockeTt

Photo Credit: Lilith RockeTt

Lilith Rockett

Lilith Rockett, a studio potter residing in Portland Oregon works primarily in porcelain. Her work, created by hand on a potter's wheel, reveals a deep interest in the subtle qualities of the material: translucency, fluidity, density, and the velvety softness of an unglazed polished surface. Minimal in both form and surface, her work calls attention to subtle nuances of line or shadow, with delight in the quiet imperfections that characterize the handmade.  

 


Photo Credit: Amrikaii

Photo Credit: Amrikaii

Amrikaii

Amrikaii: A multi-medium design collaboration. The metal smithing jewelry collection does focus on minimalistic shapes and forms; avoiding ornamentation beyond the beauty of the actual metals like copper, sterling silver, brass and gold.