A visit to the Renegade Craft Fair

posted by on 2010.07.27, under culture, design

This past weekend Michele and I biked over to the Cornfields park in downtown LA (well, it’s now called the State Historic Park, but I don’t think that generic name is going to stick) to check out the Los Angeles version of the Renegade Craft Fair.

The fair was a giant conglomeration of craft booths set up in the sunny park with a great view of downtown, and we spent a few hours getting sunburned and checking out seemingly endless options for letterpress, T-shirts, handmade everythings, jewelry, and on and on. Our friends from Reform School were there, as was Elinor of Krank Press with a very pro looking booth. I found a little stuffed rain cloud I liked for some friends, and left inspired to get back to work on printing and jewelry projects.

I shot some random photos, since I was mostly too busy browsing to document – so here are those. If you want to hunt down any of the stuff, there are links to all the different makers via the Renegade Craft site here. The fair hits different cities too, so you can check to see if its coming to a site near you.

Embroidered paper goods from By Belinda

I can’t figure out who this stuff belongs to! Sorry.

Ceramics by Paulova

Prints by Sycamore Street Press


Thanks for coming out to the fair and writing this amazing post!! We had a total blast in L.A. Make sure to check in with our blog for the Renegade Re-Cap

Warm Regards!
-The Renegade Team

Renegade Craft Fair ( August 17, 2010 at 11:37 am )