1 iamhome: Humorous homes goods such as a chalkboard scull, and lovely art for the walls like the reclaimed wood and tiny tree paintings.
2 Lisa Chow: Whimsical hand drawn illustrated prints, postcards, paper doll cities and jewelry, mostly inspired by and featuring surreal scenes, crowded cities, fairy tales.
3 Urban Posture: Bright, colorful and graphic home and office goods. We featured them before, but this year we really loved their eco-binders and eco-tabs as well as their produce bags.
4 Eco Elements: Clean, fresh and modern porcelain candle holders, planters and other decorative home goods in the shape of everyday objects.
5 Urban Analog: Laser-cut, technology based modern home accessories, the geometric candlesticks and planters were a real stand-out.
6 Bison Bookbinding & Letterpress: An eco-friendly print shop, graphic design studio, and bookbindery who uses vegetable-based inks, handmade and recycled papers, 19th century machinery and photopolymer plates.
7 Alapash: Scenic moss and succulent terrariums.
8 Amanda Joziatis: Screen printed place-based illustrations.
9 Trophy Club: Handmade wooden bike racks for the home.
10 Uncommon: Bright and clever lasercut wooden and bamboo objects including flowers, doilies, coasters and clocks.
11 The Elizabeth Element: Transforms wind damaged, fallen, and salvaged trees into sculptures and furniture with low-VOC finishes.
12 White Nest: Modern pillows and wall art using felt, fabric and lots of stitching.
13 Cordinated: Turns all those ubiquitous white cords into one-of-a-kind yarn wrapped cables.
14 Yellow Square Love: Quirky upcycled lamps made from a variety vintage home goods, toys and books.
15 Ekra: Handmade rugs crocheted from salvaged fabrics.
• See the full list of over 300 independent artists: Renegade Craft Fair
Check Out Our Past Renegade Craft Fair Coverage:
- Best Of: Renegade Craft Fair Chicago 2010
- Renegade Trendwatch: State Pride
- Renegade Craft Fair: The Fairest Pillows of Them All
- Renegade Craft Fair: Wall Decor
(Images as linked above)