PLACES TO GO // CRAFTED AT THE PORT OF LOS ANGELES

Crafted This WayCrafted at The Port of LA

Home to one of a kind treasures and handmade creations!

Loved these hanging origami cranes

If you are in the South Bay and love things that are handmade by local artisans, you MUST visit Crafted at The Port of Los Angeles!  Crafted is an old warehouse turned awesome space that provides a place for designers, crafters, artists, and food vendors to share with you their wares.  It is a permanent craft marketplace and features the work of over 100 artists and craftspeople.  Head on over to browse through all kinds of products from clothing to cookie cutters to terrariums to one-of-a-kind jewelry and much more!

Crafted is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11AM to 6PM at 110 E 22nd St, San Pedro, CA 90731.

While you are heading over, follow the signs and directions with their bee logo to help you get to their location and parking lot.  Admission and parking is free!

Follow the signs!

My friend Amy from Campy Crush currently has a pop up gallery at Crafted with the artist collective, Studio 2 Street!  It’s their last weekend at Crafted so be sure to stop by and take a look!  I am excited to be a part of it along with artists Let’s Die Friends, Juna Amano, Esther Kim, and more!  Their gallery has original paintings, sculptures, and photographs all available for you to make your own.  Find them at market stalls A167, A166, A168 A169 until June 2nd!

Studio 2 Street

Crafted Booth curated by Amy of Campy Crush

Art by Esther Kim and Let's Die Friends

Thanks Amy for displaying my artwork!

"Green Thumbs" filled with seeds to be planted!

Part of their Earth Day Project with notes and drawings from little ones :)

Amy's creation made from beach finds

Crafted also hosts fun DIY workshops, has delicious food trucks stopping by, and live music and entertainment!  Visit their calendar for info on upcoming and special events!

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