Voyager Journal — textiles

Wonderistism Art Show

art design Taj Robinson textiles

Our beautiful, talented wonderkid Taj is showing all of her new works and latest projects at our friends at Four Barrel. Swing by and check it out if you are in the Bay Area.   New Works by Taj Robinson Four Barrel Coffee 375 Valencia St. San Francisco 6 pm - 8 p.m Thursday Feb 13th

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West Coast Craft

2013 accessories adornment art bags bespoke design First Rite handmade Inspiration leather local Made in the USA Nikki Garcia quality San Francisco textiles texture

We were so excited to attend the very first West Coast Craft, a meticulously curated fair showcasing the very best of the West Coast's young, innovative makers, designers and book curators. First stop was Ali Golden and Job & Boss' booth of indigo eye candy! Expect some of Brook and Kirby's designs at our store for SS14!  Beautiful Shibori clutch bags and a new two tone backpack we couldn't stop touching! Hardcore craft and design books at Press Works on Paper A very busy Nikki Garcia at the First Rite booth. Lay your head on our favorite boobies from the ladies...

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Revolver at the Urban Air Market, this Saturday 10/20 in the Lower Haight!

2012 art collaboration design handmade jewelry local Made in the USA quality sneakers sustainable textiles

This Saturday, October 20th, Revolver will participate in the Urban Air Market at its inaugural event in the Lower Haight. Haight Street from Webster to Pierce will be closed to auto traffic. Instead, the street will be lined with booths featuring 200+ independent designers selling clothing, accessories, jewelry, and other items. We've interviewed Danielle Cohen, director of Urban Air Market, about the event and she gave us the scoop on what it's all about. Come check it and us out! Where did the inspiration for the Urban Air Market come from? Can you tell us what influenced you to begin...

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color, texture, travel

adornment color Inspiration textiles texture

I've heard certain people bemoan the casual condition of people's dress in California, specifically in San Francisco, but I've found that where we may lack in formal attire, we more than make up for in our embrace of color and texture. Maybe it's the hangover of the psychedelic 60's and 70's, or the recent throwback to the neons and hyper colors of the late 80's/early 90's. Or perhaps it's simply a reflection of our epic blue skies and the lush colors found in the natural landscape and local flora, but I see much more play with palette in SF than...

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