Event : BRIT + CO Re:make

"Round-the-world" crossbody bag
I’m very fortunate to be invited to be part of this Re:make event by Brit+Co.
100+ shops/makers with fun photo booth and craft stations. Discover new makers, shop, learn and play with new projects.

Fort Mason Festival Pavilion on September 13th 11am-6pm.
Free to Attend!

 

ReMake 2014

 

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New in the shop


This is a dual look backpack. You can change the look of your backpack in a second.
Great for those day when you need to carry your laptop and books.

This backpack / rucksack is great for outdoor activities. The exterior of the backpack is made with weather resistant waxed canvas, durable quality leather, and heavy duty webbing. The interior lining is made with commercial water repellent cotton canvas. Other Fabric combinations are also available in the shop now.

FEATURES:
-leather flap and bottom
-one interior zippered pocket
-easy access snap closure
-one exterior snap closure pocket behind the flap

How to change the look?
Just hook the two clasps together and close the flap.
When you want the regular corner up look, you can use the clasp as a key hook too.

Enjoy.

around the studio

Another hot day in the bay. Can’t really work without a classic cold carbonated drink.
Yes, I’m working on a new rucksack/backpack with waxed canvas, and I start working with leather too. A lot of new things to learn, and I’m enjoying it.

The new rucksack/backpack will be available in my shop soon.

post SF & LA renegade craft fair

I always like the Fort Mason venue, an indoor high ceiling well-lighted structure. When I want to take a break during the fair, just exit the building, there would be a panoramic view of the bay. One the left you can see golden gate bridge, Alcatraz in the center, east bay and piers on the right.

preparing renegade craft fair san francisco

Preparing inventory for Renegade Craft Fair San Francisco.

Location : Fort Mason Festival Pavilion (Marina Blvd and Buchanan St.)
Date : July 21 & 22    Time : 11am-7pm
Free to attend. Featuring 250+ artists.

I will be sharing a booth with my buddy The Little Red House at booth 50.
Come check it out if you are around.

Adventure : New York

As you know, my friend and I went to New York for the renegade craft fair show. We flew there 2 days before the fair and spent a little time roaming in new york.

Love:
1. Lobster Place
This pace is inside the Chelsea Market. Lots of variety of fresh seafood. My friend and I order a Lobster ,a sushi platter, and a squid salad. It was yummy! The good thing about this place is that you can select your own lobster and they will stream and cut for you.
2. Metropolitan Museum
I always read review about museum and those people who wrote it always said “you need to spend a day here.” And after visiting metropolitan, I would say “you really need to spend a day there.” The collection is HUGH. My friend and I got there late morning, spend 2 hours and just covered a small portion. We got out for lunch and popped back in until they closed at 8:45pm, and we still haven’t covered everything.
3. Dessert in Little Italy
One night, we had our dinner at de gennaro at little italy. The main course is just okay, but the dessert is a surprising delicious! We ordered a tiramisu and a creme brulee.

Hate:
1. Bed Bug
I have heard new york’s bed bug problem before, but I didn’t think that it would happen to me. I got pretty bad bed bug bite on my face and arms. Won’t show the picture here to lower your appetite. But people out there (yes, you!) should be careful about it when you go to new york.
2. Subway
Yes I know. It is very convenient going from place to place, BUT not when we have 2 baggages, especially in this summer weather.

Despite the bed bug bite, I did enjoy my new york business/leisure trip very much.

Brooklyn Renegade Craft Fair

I will be there sharing a booth with my fellow artist friend, the owner of The Little Red House. It’s our first time going to an out-of-state craft fair. It will be a very valuable lesson/experience/adventure. Wish us LUCK!