POP UP SHOP
Members of Window Dressing's Creative Enterprise program said they wanted a collaborative retail experience before venturing out entirely on their own. Pop Up Shop is a result of this and currently sells handmade goods from some of the region's raddest creative businesses.
All proceeds directly and indirectly support artists in the Inland Northwest. Jewelry. Floral Design. Housewares. Body Care. Leather Goods. Toys. Prints, Fine art and more! Come check us out and support your local maker economy!
Hours: Wed-Sat 11am-6pm | 159 S. Lincoln (STeam Plant Bldg)
Kelsey makes handcrafted ceramic wares. KJ Pottery offers customers beautifully handcrafted pieces which are both functional and also easily integrate into the aesthetic lives of her customers and homes.
BUrgleteens Art Lab
Tired of mass-produced boring unimaginative crap? So was Burgleteens! So they decided to do something about it. Burgleteens is here to save the day with an army of designer plush, limited edition collectible gear and all sorts of snazzy art! The everyday world we live in seems to have too many Cold-Pricklies and not enough Warm-Fuzzies so Burgleteens strived to brighten things up a bit with sewing machines and paintbrushes.
Mimosa Floral Design
Operated by Erica Williamson, Certified Floral Designer, her love of flowers encourages her to utilize local flora and create beautiful bouquets and installations. Mimosa specializes in wedding, events, and flower subscriptions Our inspiration comes from the seasons and their fleeting beauty, while their floral designs are wild, level and full of texture.
Art Salvage is a creative reuse nonprofit organization that connects creativity and sustainability. The organizations mission is to collect, organize and redistribute usable materials for teachers, students, artist and makers of all ages so that art materials are accessible to everyone. Profits from these kits goes directly to funding the first creative reuse center in Spokane. Learn more and support the Art Salvage Seed Fund at their website.
Hustle & Hide Co.
Hustle & Hide was birthed in 2015 by Teddi and Tyler Cripps on the simple truth that there is profound beauty in the connection between maker and consumer. Living with intention. Purchasing responsibly. Continuously striving to perfect a craft. This is what we’re all about. And, well, creating simple, beautiful leather goods in the process. We long to bring this maker/consumer connection back full-circle. Our main intention in doing so is to create goods that can withstand the test of time, and design with a sense of timelessness and longevity, while still speaking to ones individuality and unique style.
Lightning Deluxe is an illustration studio and independent apparel brand by Dr. Jon Deviny. Lightning DLX is all about creating quality goods that bring a little bit of awesome to your life. Jon finds inspiration in nature, 80’s/90’s pop culture, cheeky puns and general badassery. The doctor does all his own screen printing by hand, in small batches, with love, here in Spokane.
West Jewelry is a brand made to inspire and enhance your personal style. It is a line of fine handcrafted earrings, bracelets and necklaces. The collection is composed of both statement and everyday pieces that become an effortless addition to your wardrobe. Many pieces in the West Jewelry line are made of natural stones. Quartz is a highlighted material in many of the West Jewelry pieces. It is believed that Quartz has healing powers along with clarity and energy.
Kani is a labor of love from Stephanie Guerra. She was inspired to create a vegan cruelty-free beauty movement that celebrates real girls, in real life. Kani is about creating awesome products that are safe, non-toxic, organic and highly effective for effortlessly gorgeous skin that emphasizes your unique beauty. Each product is created with special consideration for sensitive skin and in keeping with understandable ingredients and compositions. They see there products as food for the face and body, so they should be as discriminating as the food we eat. Our low-volume batches are handmade with lots of love here in Spokane, Washington.
Destroy Susan is Susan Webber. She likes to paint, draw, sculpt, sew, screen print, etch, carve, and doodle. That is, when she has time for it. A single mom of 3, full time IBCLC for WIC, art curator for a local restaurant, and teacher of art therapy classes, she keeps life full and interesting. Her work is inspired by the people around her, an equal love of finding beauty in darkness, and being a woman. She was born in Korea, but has been a nearly life-long resident of Spokane and proud of it
Spokane Doesn't Suck
D.O. is a human, artist, Spokane-advocate, dancer, karaoke-r, HR professional, tiny business owner, laugher, and aspiring art collector who has never seen or read a Harry Potter movie or book.
Little Braap Racer
Little Braap Racer was launched in January 2016 as the hobby project of @kaarins, an Eastern Washington native whom has called Spokane home for the past five years. The designs are inspired from a variety of personal interests, and the name and small moto niche were suggestions from the exhaust of her ‘75 Honda motorcycle itself. Kaarin believes everyone’s pin game should be strong, and aspires to see a world where no hat nor jacket should live without an extra touch of flair. She’s glad to have you along for the rideenamel. She has a manufacturer that helps with this process.
Carly Feddersen belongs to the Okanagan and Arrow Lakes bands of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation. She was born and raised in Wenatchee, Washington and comes from a long line of creative people. Humor and irony are important elements in her work which is strongly influenced by traditional stories of the Columbia Plateau and pop culture. Carly received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Spring 2016 with a concentration in jewelry. She also works in print, glass, and fibers.
Staggs & Staggs Sign Co.
Staggs & Staggs is a husband and wife duo (with the occasional assistance from our 5 year old). Eric, a full time firefighter and part time boat builder, and Alycia, our in-house design goddess and the proprietor of Lexi Lou Jewels. With a focus on local and American made, we work very hard to identify products domestically sourced. As often as possible, we also like to locate post-consumer, salvaged, or found items for our projects.
Black Sheep Paper Co.
Black Sheep Paper Co. is a line of paper goods and things, full of quirky hand-lettering, illustrations and designs. The line was created by Amanda Johnson and Brittany Stodgell in 2014 while sipping copious cups of coffee and sharing an unfathomable amount of laughs. Brittany and Amanda strongly believe in the art of making others happy and sharing life's moment through a personal handwritten note, card, or gift. They're delighted to help others spread joy and laughter with Blacksheep Paper Co.
Josh Jensen has always been drawn to handmade quality goods and such items have always piqued his interest for as long as he can remember. There is just something special about an item made by hand. For the maker, it is an investment of both time and talent. He watched his Uncle and Grandfather, hardworking, humble and incredibly talented men, and learned a great deal from both. Jensen Handcrafted was born out of both desire and urgency. A desire to provide for his family and a bit of urgency to do so. Our youngest was diagnosed with Leukemia at 2-1/2 years old. Thank God, after nearly 3 years of treatment, she is a thriving young lady.
Sarita Star Designs
Specializing in handcrafted artisan leather goods. Sarita draws on her experience growing up in the American Southwest to inspire designs that reflect both modern and classic lines. Her interests and designs have changed over time, but her passion for leatherwork has currently taken hold as the primary means of expression. Sarita now calls Spokane, Washington home, residing on a small farm with her three young children.
Chase Halland's love for art and handmade goods runs deep in his bones. He doesn't remember a time when he wasn't drawing, building, or dreaming up new ideas. Creating has always been his outlet, it's something he can get lost in. From start to finish, he's put his heart and soul into every handmade piece and he takes pride in knowing that his work will stand the test of time and hold true to the timelessness of each piece. Faraway Lovely is a collection of art and handmade goods and their goal is to create beautiful, well made goods that inspire people to do the same.
Sailor Girl Soaps
Sailor Girl Soap & Supplies's Lori SiJohn (Cayuse/Umatilla Tribal Member) has been formulating handmade, natural, bath & body products since 2014. The name “Sailor Girl” is a nickname Lori received from her late husband, Cliff SiJohn (Vietnam Veteran), for her service in the United States Navy from 1981-88. Lori made her first product, the now famous Whipped Body Butter, in her kitchen. Now she manufactures all of her products in her garage turned “lab” and has since expanded her line to body balms, face serum, body lotion, facial cleansing bars and more. All made with the finest, natural, organic, & fair trade ingredients.