Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Deus Ex Machina x Handmade Festival




The Emporium of Post Modern Activities is home to the first US branch of Deus Ex Machina. Located on a corner lot in Venice Beach, they have plenty of room in the back for entertaining. Tammy Hilton and her team fired up the BBQ, cracked open a few cold ones and hosted the second Handmade Festival.

The Venice Street Legends filled the air with my favorite Johnny Cash jams.

Various merchants from all over setup their stands to show us all what craftsmanship is all about. Click on their names to see for yourself.

Sam Hill Sling Shooter
Tintype Photography by Giles Clement
Bates Leathers
Tattoo's by Ramon
Flyingmonkey Fabrication
FSK-Fashion Serial Killer
Thrux Lawrence sturdy goods
Bode Goods hangers and hooks
Woodin Surfboards
P.S. Kaufman boots
Iron Curtain Press
Lisa Raphael Creations
Bixby fine combs
Stefan's WaveWams
Woodwork by Long Road to Nowhere
Katy Zales
Dutch Handplanes
Vintage Electric Bikes
A-Bomb Guacamole by Kam
Hunter Forrest Jewelry
Sin-Min Horchata Lip Balm
Inked Iron motorcycle prints
Hedley & Bennett Aprons
Woolie's Workshop




















































-  Marc Bergeon for Rubber & Iron

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