Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Hello, Renegade.

Dear Brooklyn Renegade,

Hello. This is us. From left to right we have Joi of Stereoette, Michele of Dial M for Michele, and Alison of King Popcorn.

Michele Rosenthal—Dial M for Michele

An illustrator and graphic designer by trade, Michele has a love affair with all things retro, colorful, and graphic. She turns this love into a variety of vibrant prints, postcards, stickers, etc. Items range from $1 to $40, with most items between $6 and $20. This would be her first time at Renegade but not her first craft fair, and she can't wait to take part!

Alison Shanik—King Popcorn

Alison creates hand-embroidered cards and wall pieces that are meant to be absurdly decadent keepsakes. Most of her cards range from $2-$10. She has been a Renegade Brooklyn vendor since 2008, and is looking forward to returning in 2011!

Joi Lakes—Stereoette

Stereoette is a line of vibrant colored comic book-inspired jewelry with fused glass, acrylic, and etched metals. This year also introduces Stereoette Home—a line of spirited housewares for those with her taste in splashy-colored cartoon goodies! Jewelry ranges from $10-$50, and housewares range from $20-$100. Joi has been a vendor at Renegade Brooklyn since 2007, and is excited at the chance to return!

(If you're just a fan and not a Renegade judge, you can always comment below and say how awesome you think we are. We won't mind.)

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