We're happy to call Matchbox, in Wellington, New Zealand a stockist. They opened their doors in May 2012 and have become a hub for artists and designers to exhibit and sell their work. They operate as a gallery, photography studio, workshop space and a retail store. This eclectic mix is also echoed in their online shop.
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Visit our stockists this holiday season.
These hard-working shopkeepers will welcome your support. Small businesses actively participate in their communities and make your neighbourhood a more colourful place to live. If there isn't a stockist near you, recommend a shop we should be in.
We're a small business too.
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Celine Debray founded the Swiss-based company Sérendipité in early 2013, with a vision for a traveling bookstore that offers foreign magazines at creative events, such as antique fairs and design events.
In less than a year, Sérendipité's clientele has grown beyond events to include boutiques as well as individual customers who subscribe to their imported offerings.
This past fall, Celine moved the business from her home office into a large coworking space called Carbu that is shared with architects, photographers and other creative companies. (The current issue of UPPERCASE has a lot of inspiring content about the emerging trend of coworking.)
For customers in Europe, Sérendipité's sophisticated online shop is a reliable source of UPPERCASE and many other creative magazines.
The Frankfurt Book Fair is on from October 9 through 13. UPPERCASE magazine and Work/Life 3 will be on display thanks to our UK distributor, Central Books. We would love to expand our European stockists. Stockists in the UK and Europe are welcome to contact Central Books directly for your UPPERCASE orders.
We had a terrific time at our Show and Tell in Kid Icarus, a wonderful card and gift store slash printmaking studio. It had been a while since I visited Bianca and Mike's Kid Icarus—their previous studio shop was a tiny one with barely enough room to silkscreen let alone do retail. Their new venue is spacious and full of wonderful things to look at (and buy!) They also host workshops in the basement.
Above is a small gallery of instagrams I took this evening. We hosted a Show and Tell where creative Torontonians could take a minute or two to introduce themselves and present an idea or example of their work. I look forward to sharing some of those highlights on the blog soon.