Skip the mall – come shop at Unique LA instead! We started our large-scale, modern popup markets back in 2008 to create something big, something fun and exciting that would inspire and bring change.
Discover great independent designers and artists, support your local economy, and take part in community. We make it easy to shop small and have a blast while supporting the city you love! Meet our curated group of 350 independent designers and artists, selling everything from jewelry to home decor and furniture, stationery to men's leather goods!
The Good Craft is a pop-up market of local makers and small business owners with a portion of proceeds donated to non-profit organizations in the area. The April market will benefit Camp Common Ground, a local summer camp that fights intolerance and teaches how to build bridges in an increasingly segregated society.
The Good Craft is a pop-up market showcasing the work of an evolving group of local artists from the Bay Area. We encourage and empower new and talented artists to show their work in a lively, fun, and collaborative environment. We also donate a portion of proceeds to a rotating local non profit. Come support your community through local arts and social justice!
Join us for a pop up market at Temescal Brewing, just in time for Valentines Day. Shop for those whom you love, including yourself!
"Shop All Things Local at Urban Air Market | A Free Festival for Sustainable Design
Urban Air Market returns to Pier 70 on Sunday, December 13th for their first holiday season marketplace, featuring 125+ sustainable design brands and makers of apparel, accessories, home goods, art, and body products."
For more information on the market: Visit the Eventbrite Page Here
From the Renegade Craft Fair website:
"We are thrilled to return to the Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion for the Holiday Renegade Craft Fair in San Francisco, on November 21 + 22, 2015! As always, we will be featuring a thoughtfully curated selection of the finest indie-craft goods, perfect for all of your holiday gift-giving needs. Attendees will enjoy a weekend of shopping handmade, participating in DIY workshops, and joining in on the festive holiday vibes.
The Renegade Craft Fair is free to attend. Hours are 11am-6pm. Sorry, but your adorable pets are not allowed. The Fair will be held indoors at the Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion. The Fort Mason entrance is located at 2 Marina Blvd, on the corner of Marina Blvd. and Buchanan St."
Truss & Ore is so excited to be a part of the Renegade Craft Fair in July, at the Fort Mason Pavilion.
From the Renegade Website:
The Renegade Craft Fair is free to attend. Fair hours are 11am-6pm on Saturday + Sunday, Wholesale Market hours are 12pm-5pm on Friday. Sorry, but your adorable pets are not allowed. The Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion entrance is located at 2 Marina Blvd, on the corner of Marina Blvd. and Buchanan St. From the entrance you will have to walk your way thru the Fort Mason complex to Festival Pavilion, which is the last Pavilion on the Bay. Visitors are encouraged to walk, bike, or take public transportation to the Fair.
Two day holiday shopping event! December 13th & 14th; 10am to 5pm both days! Randolph Street Markets showcase 75-90 vendors and admission is only $8 for a single ticket if purchased online. You can find all of the special deal ticket prices right here - on the Randolph Street Market Website.
Truss & Ore will be at Riot Fest represented by Tarnish boutique. This promises to be a rockin' event! Come check out Truss & Ore jewelry, set up all weekend!
Friday, September 12th, 2:00 - 11:00 pm
Saturday, September 13th, 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Sunday, September 14th, 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Truss & Ore is so excited to be a part of the premier handmade show in the country!
From the Renegade website:
"The 12th Annual Renegade Craft Fair September Market returns to Wicker Park this September 6+7 on Division St. between Damen and Paulina Avenues will be host to one of the largest curated gatherings of indie craft makers in the US. Market hours are from 11 am – 6 pm both Saturday and Sunday."