Urban Alchemist design collective

Urban Alchemist design collective

Friday, January 7, 2011

New blog page!

Please follow us here http://urbanalchemistcollective.blogspot.com/ from now on! Were getting our new blog set up, please be patient!

Much love,
Urban Alchemist.

Sunday, October 31, 2010

New yoga bags and more by Linny + Jinny at Urban Alchemist

Linny+Jinny athletic bags are a unique yoga mat "sock" that perfectly fits a rolled up yoga mat and are vibrant, fun, and stylish.
Uniquely designed with a wide strap to be worn across your chest, this yoga "sock" makes carrying your bag comfortable and manageable- easy for transportation.
All yoga bags have a jute or leather drawstring with decorative beads, not only providing easy access and accessibility but also style.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

"I am handmade" now available at Urban Alchemist!

I*M*Handmade produces one of a kind handmade items for you and your space. Clothing, accessories, housewares and more all handmade in a Brooklyn apartment. I have been working on custom pieces for over 7 years (moving the sewing machines to Brooklyn 4 years ago) and branching out to become a regular at great Brooklyn boutiques like Urban Alchemist!

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Urban Alchemist welcomes "Fox & Crow" jewelry design

" I utilize a lot of found material like driftwood, leaves, bird skulls, Gouda wax (I let nothing go to waste), and other non-traditional materials. I have been creating jewelry for quite some time now and I love every moment of it. I don’t have fancy drills or torches; just some sculpting tools and a multipurpose tool “knife-thing” to get the job done. Like in Native American culture, I try to honor the spirit animal as well as the earth in all of my work. "

Monday, September 20, 2010

Beat Up Creations, NEW at Urban Alchemist

Beat Up Creations uses recycled, abused, tossed aside, broken and forgotten items and trun them into fabulous new creations. She claims not to be an artist... but.... (: This is what SHE says: "I strive to be simple. I like small things, dirty art and banjo music. Most of the time I am called Angela. I was born and bred in Los Angeles. My father and my brother are both professional artists. My mother is an expert craftsman. I am not. Having had a broken heart, broken wings, loose marbles and the such I have discovered that I am much better with a glue gun than a paint brush. I just try to be true to the idea's in my head by recycling unloved and forgotten items."