We are so pumped to be included in this spring's Dallas FleaStyle show! This is our inaugural showing but we hope to be included in more.
For the uninitiated, FleaStyle is formerly the Dallas Flea. I'd been to the Flea and bought several art pieces there but didn't realize I was applying to the same market until I recognized some of the vendors.
The purpose of FleaStyle is to showcase a mix of local and regional vendors who sell handmade and vintage goods. That means everything from old-school duds to handmade soaps, purses, decor, art, etc.
The best part about markets like FleaStyle is the opportunity to observe and absorb the sheer amount of human creativity in under one roof. It'll be hard not to spend all our earnings (and hopefully that will be earnings plural)!
FleaStyle will be at the Fair Park Automobile Building one afternoon only -- Saturday, March 12 from 9am - 4pm. They haven't released the floor plan yet, so I'm not sure where we'll be. But judging by my memories from the State Fair, I don't think there's a bad spot in the place.
And I'm sharing a sneak peek of a new item we'll have at the show. I've been working on subway art for Dallas and Fort Worth. I finally wrapped up the Dallas piece, which is an 11x17 poster printed on lovely 60 lbs. paper.
It's a fun hybrid between subway art and old-fashioned bus roll. I will hopefully have a Fort Worth poster ready to go by show time. We hope to see you there!