Vendor Snapshots

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Please learn more about the great vendors we will have at the pop-up artisan's market. But don't forget to come visit the rest of Mount Pleasant Street. You can explore the wonderful shops and restaurants. Many will be hosting special events and offering special deals.


Looking at Michael Pappa's pottery, you would probably agree with his assertion that handmade pottery enhances life. A teacher at Hinckley Pottery, his stoneware pottery is functional, safe for food, microwave and dishwasher.

Lanyapi Designs

Daisy McClellan is as whimsical as the jewelry that she designs. Whether it’s incorporating chandelier crystals from Paris or vintage perfume bottles, each Lanyapi Jewelry design incorporates stories of the past to help the owner create her own stories going forward.

Voyo's Paper Cutting

Paper cutting is a 2,000 year old plus art form. Chinese paper cutting artist Voyo Woo tries to preserve and promote this ancient art while coming up with creative new paper cutting with a modern twist.

Softcore Laundry

DC is obviously a political town and Softcore Laundry, a hand printed t-shirt design company does not shy away from that. Their original designs express their ideas about politics, art, music, love and peace.

Speak Vintage DC

Speak Vintage holds it down as one of the two vintage spots at this year's market. A DC based vintage atelier specializing in 1940s through 1980's women's apparel and accessories. Speak Vintage is inspired by the social myths of each era, like the classic pin up, 60s mod, and 70s boho bombshell. They also boast the coolest prints and the most vibrant colors among the local vintage scene!

Daisy Lacy

Co-owner of SMASH! and fashion designer, Daisy Lacy, creates handmade clothing using salvaged fabrics and personally designed patterns. All in her Mt. Pleasant studio.

Indigenous Costa Rican Crafts

Travel to Costa Rica for free through the detailed woodwork of Jose Pablo Morales Delgado. Delgado's wood-carved masks and sculptures depict the indigenous Boruca culture and the flora and fauna of Costa Rica.

Hazen Designs

Seed beads & thread. Stones & chains. Reclaimed & new. Handmade & with love. These are the tenants behind Hazen Designs, a jewelry company by Whit McClure. Hazen Designs injects the world with a little more beauty, by way of deliciously dangly earrings and necklaces to be adorned & adored.

Rosina Photography

DC based fine artist and commercial photographer, Rosina Teri Memolo is known for her urban inspired images. Rosina serves as a visual archaeologist by digging into our human culture to document what she finds.

Handmade Habitat

Amina Ahmad started Handmade Habitat for you, the home, the cat & with love for the Earth. Handmade Habitat uses sustainable materials such as burlap, cotton and organic cotton, as well as organic catnip and recycled felt. Look out for her new product line of soy candles.


From the glass packaging to the biodegradable ingredients in her scrubbing souffle, Cynthia Brevil, started Karmalades with the Earth in mind. Her handcrafted eco-friendly household cleaning products keep your house in order without bringing disorder to the planet.


Sara Damelio created her organic skincare line, Skincando, to battle all of the enemies of healthy, glowing skin. Whether it's eczema to bug bites to scars, stop by her table to get battle ready.

Sara Baghdadi and Skyler Javier

We were super excited to come across Sara Baghdadi and Skyler Javier. Two Washingtonians that 100% design and produce handmade urban casual clothing and accessories. When you want sleek comfort and style, make sure to stop by their table on June 10.

Two Royal Birds

Two Royal Birds is an offbeat, funky, vintage pop-up shop not for the faint of heart! They bring you a kaleidoscope of weirdo clothing, accessories and everything in between while you booty shake to their vintage Latin American ritmos.


Frange Abaraka started his clothing brand, Yakitoko, in 2011 while studying at the University of Maryland, College Park. His print designs celebrate the intersection of nature and technology while embodying the Yakitoko motto, "dress for fun".

J-Darling Creations

We fell in love with the wax printed bow-ties from Jennifer Darlington of J-Darling Designs. This Alexandria based designer also makes headbands, earrings, and skirts.

Juanita's Adventures

Juanita’s Adventures is all about vintage travel, exploration and adventure! Inspired by her across the globe travels, Juanita's uses vintage maps and stamps to create souvenirs that commemorate the many adventures you’ll have in life. From cufflinks to coasters, feed your wanderlust side and head to Juanita's table on June 10.


Carlos Toledo started Charlie Bangs Originals as an artistic connection to the Earth. He saw discarded materials like rubber, leather, bone, feathers,and metals as materials that could be deconstructed and transformed into utilitarian creations like bags, purses, and cases.

Scarlet Begonia Jewels

If you're looking for jewelry pieces that spark conversation, then Scarlet Begonia Jewels will give you that one-of-a-kind jewelry that can only be described as unique and timeless. and Make It Mount Pleasant are collaborations of many Mt. Pleasant organizations, but both are spearheaded by the Mount Pleasant Business Association. This is a pre-release version of the website. More to come [April 10, 2012]. Mount Pleasant is a neighborhood in Northwest Washington, DC.

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