Fav Finds: Unique LA

In a series of posts tagged as "Favorite Finds", we want to share with you some of our favorite hangouts and experiences–proof that we do get out from behind our screens. (¬‿¬)

Unique LA - 8th annual holiday market

Unique LA
Despite the hustle and bustle of the holiday shopping season and the notorious weekend traffic, we headed to Los Angeles' Fashion District to check out Unique LA. This curated shopping event showcased local independent artists, designers and food vendors who were selling their beautiful and/or delicious handmade goods. Like its name states, this market had numerous unique items from bacon nuts, lemon lotions, handcrafted s'mores, designer graphic t-shirts, one of a kind jewelry, art prints and much much more. In addition to the plethora of goods, Unique created an innovative shopping experience with many amenities for its shoppers. They offered snacks and drinks, charging stations, lounges, diy crafts, photo portraits and even mini manicures - all of which were included with the price of admission. Located on the penthouse floor of the California Market Center, you could easily wander each aisle while browsing the spectacular items and conversing directly with the creators.

What did we pick up? Among the many, highlights included silk screened prints of Breaking Bad, tea drop gift sets and of course, a Taco Dinosaur tee from one of our inspirations, David Murray of Seibei.

This fabulous event occurs three times a year in LA (this time it was Dec 5-6, 2015).

General admission was $10 for adults, free for kids under 12 years of age.

 

Los Angeles Fashion District

It's nice to see that the Fashion District has branded its walkways.

 

Entry signage to Unique LA

Loved the entry signage to Unique LA as we stepped out of the elevators.

 

Admission to Unique LA 2015

The event was buzzing with activity right from the start.

 

Tiny letterpress prints vending machine

How could any artist pass up a letterpress print vending machine?

 

Handcrafted s'mores by Mallow Mallow

Just had to get a handmade s'more on the spot by Mallow Mallow

 

S'moreologist at work

Don't distract the S'moreologist!

 

Stacy Michelson - art, clothing, prints

Cute photo op at Stacy Michelson's booth.

 

T-shirts by Povertees

Povertees would sew a pocket on a t-shirt in real-time. What's more amazing is their cause.

 

Breaking Bad silk screen prints by Mattson Creative

Breaking Bad silk screened art prints by Mattson Creative

 

Seibei and Story Spark - tshirt designers

Was totally honored to meet t-shirt designer, David Murray at the show.

 

 

Sun Kim

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