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Vendor applications are now open for a very special edition of The BUST Magazine Craftacular! We're hosting a 100% vegan craft-and-food-fest within The Seed: A Vegan Experience-- a brand-new, totally buzz-worthy vegan expo celebrating compassion, creativity, and social and environmental consciousness.  This exciting two-day event takes place June 16 – 17 at 82 Mercer in Soho, New York (the same venue that hosted The BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair on April 14). Read More
The BUST Craftacular took over SoHo on Saturday, filling the space at 82 Mercer with over 100 vendors and more than 2,000 craft enthusiasts throughout the day. Set-up began early. 8 AM on a Saturday is not a time I see often, but it was totally worth it to see the transformation of the space. Before the crowds arrived! With vendors loading in, we got a sneak peek at the incredible wares. I had friends meeting me later, and I was nearly exploding because I had promised to wait to peruse. Read More
Potter Abby Berkson started her business, Abby Berkson Ceramics, out of her home studio in Easthampton, Mass back in 2010 and her pots and mugs are just plain adorable. She draws inspiration from children’s books and from her days teaching ceramics classes where all the kids wanted to do was make things with their favorite animals on them.   Wouldn’t drinking coffee first thing in the morning out of a mug with two little penguins (pictured above) just put a smile on your face? Seriously I'm a sucker for anything with penguins. Read More
It’s not often that you get an ice cream sandwich and an interpretation of architecture all in one – and that’s exactly what you get at Coolhaus. Named in honor of the Bauhaus movement, Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, and the idea that every ice cream sandwich is in fact a mini cool house, this awesome ice cream sandwich truck focuses on sustainability as well as art; every Coolhaus ice cream sandwich is made with organic materials, and is wrapped in an all-natural, zero-calorie edible wrapper. Read More
The Lower Eastside Girls Club has been providing interactive programs to young girls in Manhattan since 1996. This organization strives to equip young ladies with the tools they need to build a successful future and to build “ethical, entrepreneurial and environmental awareness and leadership.” Members between the ages of 8 and 23 participate in programs that teach them how to cook, craft, dance, and garden, and get to take field trips around the country. Read More