Bulletin Market : Small Windows for Big Creators
THE place independent creatives have been waiting for so long, half way between a pop-up store, a gallery and a physical concept store. Filled with crafts, designs and jewelry you'll immediately feel like you need to get, Bulletin allows more than 70 young international designers to get in touch with their audience and give them the opportunity to sell their items both online and in store.
The concept initially started as a side project for the two co-founders and former tech sales executives Alana Branston and Ali Kriegsman. As many of their generation, they felt something was missing in their regular 9 to 5 routined life. They decided to dedicate themselves entirely to creating the ideal window for indie designers. Not only each of them would have a dedicated section displaying the items that are sold on the website, but you could also get to meet them through their interview and know more about their inspirations, achievements and creative process.
Definitely the perfect combo for creators who thrive to get more visibility towards a larger audience.
And a thrilling journey to discover great local makers doing pretty stuff, with a special mention for the Pratt and Hebert ceramics and the smell-good Under Aurora.
Bulletin keeps spreading over NYC and after SoHo, has recently open its third Bulletin Broads in the heart of NoLiTa. Check them out!
Bulletin Broads Williamsburg
145 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn
Bulletin Broads NoLiTa
27 Prince St