Spring Trunkshow Recap

It was yet another amazing gathering of friends and neighbors at our Third Annual Handmade Revolution Trunkshow. Once again we were back at the Yellow House on B, and it was pretty dang cool how so many people came out to celebrate the Summer-like day with us. It's been a long while since we did one of these, and felt good to convert the downstairs from living room to art event, and invite the neighborhood.

In their first appearance in Golden Hill, the folks at MIHO Gastrotruck joined us by parking out front and providing amazing locally sourced, handmade food for everyone. We're sorry to see the tasty fish sandwich from MIHO make it's final appearance on this day, but the pairing of locally hand-crafted arts and food could not have been a better match. Thanks MIHO for being there!

And a special thanks to all who helped spread the word about our little creative gathering. KPBS ran a great spot featuring the Trunkshow (go to 4:09 to hear it), Sezio.org gave us a kind shout-out, and we kept hearing from visitors throughout the day of other blogs, Twitter feeds and Facebook walls where people found out about us and our event. We were fellin' the love, for sure.

Check out the photos of the event on the Make Good Flickr feed, and keep an eye out for our next gathering. If you haven't yet signed up for the email list, you might want to do that. You can also follow us on Twitter @handmaderev.

Thanks everyone, and we look forward to seeing you again!

1 comment:

  1. Stopped by with my beau and partook in some MIHO also. It was a great event. Thanks for holding it and showing us locals what's going on in San Diego crafts!