on Sep 21, 2009
Welcome to the Dollhouse is definitely my fave Todd Solondz movie so I'm pretty much in love with this print from illustrator Lauren Gregg. Wiener dog 4-eva! And for all you Harold and Maude fans (I mean, that's everybody, right?), there's one for you too.
Brought to my attention by the impeccable taste of ... Read More
on Sep 11, 2009
Dudes, have you seen the new one-off Halloween issue of Martha Stewart Living? It's amazing! and the issue is chock full of Halloween crafts and recipes, shes posing on the cover with her own horse, of course! I LOVE it. Reminds me of this blog we wrote about ages ago in BUST, Gothic Martha Stewart , check it ... Read More
BY intern Amber
on Aug 28, 2009
Forget calling the handy man or asking your uncle to fix that crack in the ceiling, founded by three women who have a passion for DIY, Tomboy Tools creates tools just for women! They have just about every tool you need to keep your house or your car in perfect condition! If you are a little wary of tackling that blocked drain under the kitchen sink or don't know your hacksaw from your circular saw just call a Tomboy consultant and they will come over and even ... Read More
on Aug 25, 2009
The BUST London Summer Craftacular this past Saturday was a smashing success! Over 50 vendors and more than 1500 shoppers stopped by to share the fun, sip some tea at Lady Luck Rule's Pop Up Tea Shoppe, craft charm bracelets with Tatty Devine, and, of course, shop the wares of our incredible vendors. The reporter from Guardian UK loved it, calling it 'one of the best craft days out I've ever had.' Check out photos from the event after the jump.
photo by Rachel ... Read More
BY Libby Zay
on Aug 18, 2009
Do your favorite art forms get downgraded to ''craft''? From sewing to horror flicks, many of our beloved pursuits are condemned by the masses as passe or campy. Comics are no exception to this rule of kitsch; often mixed with romance novels and Ring Pops in the grocery store checkout lane--a catchall for our culture's most ''tacky'' items--only the daring pore over their contents in the public eye.
An exhibit in Columbus, Ohio titled ''This Is ... Read More
on Jul 07, 2009
London. Heatwave! Well, without trying to jinx our recent run of sunshine, come the August London Summer Craftacular we don't want punters overheating or experiencing any kind of shopping meltdown. So, we couldn't think of a better way to beat the heat and keep stylishly refreshed than with a vintage tea party. By the way, all you crafters can STILL apply! The deadline is July 13th and fast approaching.
Coming courtesy of London's queen of the kitchy charm ... Read More
on Jun 25, 2009
If you love reading and making zines as much as I do, then stop by the NYC Zine Fest this weekend at the Brooklyn Lyceum. I will be having a table on both days selling my zines (for a dollar!) and some specialty items for 5 bucks and up. You can also buys some Free Danger zines online too as well as at Cinders , Printed Matter and Dessert Island .
It will be totally worth your while to stop by especially since there is free admission! Read more about what's ... Read More
on Jun 17, 2009
Congratulations to our grand prize raffle winners from the BUST Spring Fling Craftacular Raffle!
Here is Lauren who won the Batavus bike care of the Hub Station!
Here is Sara Cecilia with her Yudu personal screen printer!
And last but not least Nicole with the Vendor showcase chock full of special items from most of the vendors who participated in the event, like socks from Ashi Dashi, t-shirts from PASTE, items from Glitterlimes, Oliba Soap, Tugboat ... Read More
BY Web Intern
on Jun 05, 2009
It's almost time for Worldwide Knit in Public Day! Events are next Saturday, June 13, all over the world. Pick up your sticks and join in the fun! You can check out the WWKIP website to find events in your area.
The day was started four years ago by Danielle Landes so that knitters could get to know each other. As the WWKIP site says, ''Knitting is such a solitary act that it's easy to knit alone somewhere and sink into your work without thinking about all the ... Read More
on May 20, 2009
My first filmed interview! Here I am looking ridiculous and trying to talk about the Craftacular...at the Craftacular! It was hectic and a total blast, and thanks to everyone who came, was a vendor, took pictures, Dj'd, or just helped the day run smoothly! I could not have done any of it without dedicated BUST interns and staff. It was an extremely special day for BUST. Of course special thanks to the crafty folks at Provocraft, the green thumbs at Trees Not Trash, ... Read More