We’re heading north and we couldn’t be happier to be on our way to the lovely Rhinebeck Crafts Festival in the heart of the Hudson Valley. Come join us with over 200 artisans and handmade makers from all around the United States in the Dutchess County Fairgrounds in Rhinebeck, NY.
It’s our first time at this storied show and we’re very much looking forward to getting some time to explore Rhinebeck & the Hudson Valley a little wee bit too! We’ll have lots of our hand silkscreen printed Art Prints, Greeting Cards, Alphabet Prints, Rock Posters and more along for the trip too (some examples below), so do come say hello!
View the full Exhibitor list here, and find you favorite artists ahead of time. Or, just wander through the beautiful Fairgrounds. Even better, click here to receive a Discount Admission Coupon to use too! Admission is good for both days, unlimited in and out visits!
Fun for the whole family with great activities including interactive puppet theater with Middle Earth Studios, kids accessories and toys, face painting, stilt walkers, balloon animals, hands-on demos, tasty treats and much more!
Exciting demonstrations of everything from blacksmithing and wheel-thrown pottery to canoe building and leatherworking.
Tantalizing gourmet foods foods and beverages such as truffle-infused condiments, Hudson Valley wines and bourbon, horseradish, ginger elixers and many more!
Here’s something great that you might enjoy as much as we do. In 1968 Saul Bass, the already legendary designer, created & co-wrote the short experimental film Why Man Creates with screenwriter Mayo Simon. Simon, most well-known for writing Futureworld isn’t the only Hollywood credit on this short – the young George Lucas was enlisted as a 2nd unit director as well.
Why Man Creates (posted recently on Fast Company’s site) is a wonderful snapshot of the extraordinarily playful + intensely serious thinking about Design (with a capital D) and intellectual thought so much a core foundation of Mid-Century American culture. There is no pandering to the audience, there is just fast-moving play & rhetoric mixed into one dense, small chunk of time and space planted quite firmly in a New York / East Coast vibe. We love it!
Bass’ description of the creative process that guided his career:
“Where do ideas come from? From looking at one thing, and seeing another. From fooling around, from playing with possibilities, from speculating, from changing, pushing, pulling, transforming, and if you’re lucky, you come up with something worth saving, using, and building on. That’s where the game stops and the work begins.”
Sounds just about perfectly true. We hope that you enjoy!
(Read more about the truly amazing Saul Bass here on his AIGA Medal induction page and also here on Wikipedia.)
Hello Next Level, pleased to meet you!
We’re thrilled to announce the strawberryluna debut at the incredible New York International Gift Fair this August 18-21, at Booth #5305 in the revamped New York’s Newest section, now back inside Javits Center in Hall 1E.
Now even easier to visit and find!
We will have a curated selection of Art Prints, our beloved hand silkscreen printed Alphabet Prints and our Lunch Bear Lunch Bags on display for retailers, editors, and press alike. With plenty of beautiful new catalogs, line sheets, wholesale terms and fresh info cards in hand, we’re excited to begin this new venture at NYIGF and talk with new accounts and clients.
Named one of the Key Exhibitors by the NYIGF, we at strawberryluna can’t wait for the show to begin next Saturday, August 18th. Check out our sample products and 2 show specials below. Hope to see you there!
- strawberryluna, Booth 5305 Hall 1E, New York’s Newest at the New York International Gift Fair. August 18-21, 2012.
- Show Special 1: FREE SHIPPING on all pre-paid orders placed on-site at the show.
- Show Special 2: Any 3 Alphabets of your choosing, FREE with every $500+ order.
strawberryluna will be at Booth #5305 in Hall 1E, New York’s Newest at the New York International Gift Fair this August 18-21, 2012. We hope that you’ll be there too!