Exhibitors

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Boom All Day

Ricardo Espinoza of Boom All Day creates art that incorporates music, including cassette tapes. Stop by his booth for original art, prints, stickers, clothing, and more.

@boomallday

Boom All Day

Kalli Arte

Artists Adriana Carranza and Alfonso Aceves of Boyle Heights are the self-taught creators behind Kalli Arte. Their serigraphs (printed silkscreens) focus on the themes of community, culture, family, and homes. Stop by their booth for original art and stickers.

@kalliarte

Kalli Arte

Lagrimas De Oro

Katrina Aileen of Lagrimas De Oro is based out of East Los Angeles. Her art focuses on healing mental, spiritual and emotional health through crystals and stones. Lagrimas De Oro’s handmade jewelry and crafts pieces incorporates crystals and wire-wrapping.

@lagrimas.de.oro

Lagrimas De Oro

VillaBoss

Brenda Villalobos of VillaBoss is based out of Los Angeles. Her work offers bold, bright jewelry and accessories. Every piece created by VillaBoss is handmade.

@villaboss

Nectar Azul

Compton-based Martha Hernández of Nectar Azul offers handmade jewelry out of multiple textiles, including brass, wood and stones. Her art is inspired by indigenous culture.

@nectar_azul

Nectar Azul

Lil’ Libros

Los Angeles-based Lil’ Libros offers bilingual children’s books in English and Spanish. Founded by Patty Rodriiguz and Ariana Stein, these books focus on historical figures in language designed for young children to understand and learn. Stop by this booth for books, games and tote bags.

@Lil_Libros

Lil’ Libros

Louie Galvez Art

Louie Galvez's art focuses on the stylings and themes of lucha libre. Stop by his booth for stickers, prints, shadow boxes, and elote pins. 

@louiegalvezart

 Louie Galvez Art

Mextica

Andrea Ramirez is the artist behind Mextica, based out of Los Angeles. She offers prints and paintings for sale. Mextica’s work is inspired by the community, culture and love that surrounds us.

@mextica

Mextica

La Candelaria Candles

Gabrielle Ortega of La Candelaria Candles is  based out of Huntington Park. She offers local, handmade candles. These candles are made of 100% natural soy wax and essential oils. 

@la_candelaria_candles

La Candelaria Candles

Shop Cultura

Yancarlos Jimenez of South Central L.A.-based Shop Cultura fuses Aztec, Mariachi, and Dia de los Muertos designs into silkscreened t-shirts and illustrations.

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Shop Cultura

Oli’s Changarro

Oli Ramos, the artesana behind Oli’s Changarro, is based out of South Gate. She offers unique, locally-designed jewelry. Head to her booth for handmade jewelry and accessories, with an emphasis on wire-wrapped, macramé, and crystal designs.

@oli_artesana

 Oli’s Changarro

Tu Abuelita

Tu Abuelita are local designers based out of Huntington Park who combine street art and European couture into comfortable, ever-evolving fashion. Stop by their booth for t-shirts, pins, stickers and locally-designed art.

@tu_abuelita1

Tu Abuelita