MAKER SPOTLIGHT: DAFUNKY BUTTON

Join us Sunday to shop the incredible wears of DaFunky Button who will bring hand made crochet goods and many fabric covered button earrings“At DaFunkyButton, we pride ourselves in creating jewelry as unique and as fashion-forward as the individual who wears our handmade earrings. The artisan and proprietor, Claudia Patterson,[…]

MAKER SPOTLIGHT: DIASPORAN SAVANT PRESS

We are so excited this year to have the incredible, powerful and resilient art of Diasporan Savant Press. The creative project of Golden Collier. Diasporan Press will be bringing to Magic Makers this year; “a whole heap of highly nutritional black and brown queer swag! pins! zines! silkscreen and riso[…]

HEALER SPOTLIGHT: FIERCE PASSIONS

One of our healers this year will be M’kali-Hashiki nln who does healing under the title FiercePassions.  M’kali-Hashiki nln is a Certified Sexological Bodyworker; a Certified Sound, Voice, & Music Healer; and a Certified Tantric Sacred Intimate. She is a queer, feminist, polyamourous, middle-aged, fat, kinky, Black Femme Dyke; and an[…]

MAKER SPOTLIGHT: VENADX

Venadx is a gender non-specific, beyond the gender binary that means Deer in Spanish. Venadx is dedicated to queer healing justice by bringing affordable & high quality medicine made with organic plants grown from seed, with gentleness, respect, love, & prayer to the collective environment. Pablo, the creater and maker of Venadx[…]

MAKER SPOTLIGHTS: Radical Stained Glass

We are excited to showcase the work of Dani Robison, whose business Radical Stained Glass will be vending on Saturday at Magic Makers. Dani constructs and compose a variety of art objects using traditional stained glass techniques applied non-traditionally. Using found and upcycled materials, I add tension to the sublime[…]

MAKER SPOTLIGHT: ILLUSTRATED TRUTHS

We are happy to welcome back Magic Maker favorite, Francis Mead, the brilliant illustrator and creator of Illustrated Truths. Francis is excited to offer some regular bestselling prints and cards and will also be showcasing a brand new collection of illustrations that are in color and larger! She will also[…]

MAKER SPOTLIGHT: Nia King

We are excited to welcome Nia King for another year at Magic Makers!   “I am a queer person of color whose work is political and is about building a platform to lift up other political queer and trans artists of color. My work explores issues of race, class, gender, queerness,[…]

MAKER SPOTLIGHT: Many Hands Cooperative

We are excited to welcome Many Hands Cooperative to another year at Magic Makers! Many Hands CoOp debuted their work at Magic Makers 2016. They are a collective of queer, majority working-class people of color who make books and zines. “It goes without saying that our perspectives inform our works,[…]

MAKER SPOTLIGHT: The Community Medicine Cabinet

We are excited to welcome The Community Medicine Cabinet to their first ever Magic Makers!   Madalyn Berg curates Emotional Self Care Kits, Herbal First Aid Kits, art, jewelry and a small range of individual herbal products.   “I am a queer, sick, white passing, mixed, latina, bay area native[…]

MAKER SPOTLIGHT: Process Daily Ceramics

We are so excited to welcome Process Daily Ceramics to Magic Makers this year! “I’m a queer black potter who makes household dinner and kitchenware. I’ve been working with clay for three years now, and my style tends to be earthy, simple and functional. I began working as a potter after[…]

MAKER SPOTLIGHT: Nature As Muse

Please help us welcome Angela Angel of Nature As Muse to Magic Makers this year! Nature As Muse connects customers to a unique selection of  handmade crafts, jewelry and accessories and herbal medicinal products. They pledge to using reclaimed, recycled, organic and/or homegrown materials.   Angela blends artistry and healing to[…]

MAKER SPOTLIGHT: Escobar Comics

We are thrilled to welcome Escobar Comics to Magic Makers! Trinidad Escobar is a mother, cartoonist, illustrator, educator and writer. She makes comics and poetry-comics and just finished a graphic novel published by Rosarium, 2018! “My comics are short stories that are historical fiction (based on pre-colonial and colonial Islander[…]

MAKER SPOTLIGHT: Show & Tell

We are excited to have Show & Tell returning to Magic Makers 2017!! Reclaimed/ Reworked vintage apparel  with slogans of resistance and affirmation and a line of handcrafted apparel and accessories featuring textiles that honor and celebrate the African diaspora. As a black queer woman of color I feel like[…]