The Renegade Craft Fair is my favorite crafty event in LA! The fair takes place generally twice a year at the Los Angeles State Historic Park. If you’re a fan of DIY and indie crafts, you’ll love Renegade. Vendors from all over the world come to the event to showcase and sell their handmade goods & original artwork. And when you’re too pooped to shop, there’s plenty of shaded benches to relax on. Or you can power up by grabbing a snack from one of the many food trucks! Oh, and did I mention it’s free admission? My trip to this year’s RCF was inspiring and fun as usual. And instead of buying everything I loved (which was practically everything), I decided to take pictures instead! Here are some of my favorite crafts & artwork from the fair today…
Antique Plate Art by BeatUpCreations
Chewbacca as a French general? Très bien!
Join the rebellion by wearing one of these Mockingjay pins (by Enchanted Leaves).
Me encanta these calavera style Star Wars t-shirts!
Artist Jose Pulido creates the perfect mashup of Star Wars & Dia De Los Muertos style artwork.
El Plomero y La Princesa
Animal Crochet Pillows by Peanut Butter Dynamite
Ceramic deer heads by Lizbeth Navarro. Who knew antlers would be perfect for hanging keys and jewelry?
A tote bag perfect for any CAG on the Galactica.
X-Wing and AT-AT prints by Marz Jr.
Jesse Pinkman would love this illustration of his former ride, yo.
Mmm, felt has never looked so tasty!
Speaking of noms, I thoroughly enjoyed my chicken strips from the Ludo Food Truck.
If you don’t live in LA, there are Renegade Craft Fairs in Austin, Brooklyn, San Francisco, Chicago, and London. Check out the RCF website for more details. Thanks for a craft-tastic time, Renegade!