2016 Market Place

GET DECKED OUT IN CITY PARK

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Need a break in between sets? Be sure to explore everything this year’s Market Place has to offer, including hand crafted goods from Coco Loco, Global Scents, Black Ink Art and more.

Art vendors will be open all day and accept cash, credit, debit, and Voodoo Cashless payments. There are also plenty of ATMs available throughout the park.

See below for a list of the 2016 Market Place vendors!



Alcove Fine Art

From the time he was young whipper snapper, H. C. Warner banished youthful ennui by transforming it into a tilt-a-whirl, Wonka-esque cabinet of artistic wonders. Taking the meat of his inspiration from his coming of age in the 1970s and 80s, he continues to translate that inspiration into the characters and worlds that eventually become the hallmarks of his art and vision.

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Art of Chris Cumbie

Chris uses everything from broken tape measures to animal bones to turn discarded objects into art. His mixed-media art is created using the techniques of hand carving, painting, welding, illustration, whittling, assemblage, sculpting and wood burning. By rescuing other people’s “junk,” his art preserves little pieces of history.

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Arts Kinetic

Arts Kinetic’s approach to jewelry design is as an artist, anthropologist, treasure hunter, philosopher, and a social commentator. His techniques use everything from carved wax, deconstructed watches, cameras, mixed metals, gemstones, to graphic images. Arts Kinetic challenges conventions and serves to raise fundamental questions about style and beauty.

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Black Black Moon

Black Black Moon harvests vintage chain and remnants from shuttered New England mills. Through an alchemical studio process, these metals are combined with antlers, spent bullet casings, and rough crystals gathered from caves in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The result is witchy talismans and wearable artifacts for the dreamer, the romantic and the goddess.

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Black Ink Art

Black Ink is the Swartz brothers’ work incorporated into a whole. After college they began to sell their work at music and art festivals across the country, turning their love for art, music, and travel into a career. Heavily inspired by all types of music, different cultures, and EVERYTHING else; they both work in mixed media to create surreal worlds, where the only limit is their imagination. Just a chicken and a dream…

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Bonnie Jean Miller

Bonnie Miller uses old school metalsmithing techniques to produce contemporary objects. Her work tends to change dramatically from one year to the next. Right now she’s inspired by Chinese Knotting and copper so there will be some items incorporating that lost art.

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Coco Loco

Coco Loco specializes in hand-carved, organic jewelry made from natural materials such as: Coconut, Exotic Hardwoods, Seeds, Shell, Horn and Bone. They supports over 50 artisans around the globe and strive beyond fair trade. Taking special care to source natural materials with an environmentalist mindset, they enjoy the satisfaction of finding and making beautiful jewelry out of recycled, salvaged and sustainably harvested materials.

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Culture Cross

Culture Cross travels across the globe collecting authentic traditional crafts from tribal areas. They sell international folk art we collect alongside their own handmade crafts and designs which are inspired by the cultures we contact. Each item has its own story and cultural significance which Voodoo would love to share with you.

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Endless Night Designs

Endless Night Designs has created costume parts , clothes and accessories for over 15 years . Everything is made by hands concentrating on local supplies from small businesses and being as non toxic and earth friendly as possible. Nothing is ever made the exact same.

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Global Scents

Global Scent Company® has built an entire business around the sense of smell. Family owned and operated for 34 years, we create, design, develop, and make all of our custom scented products. Global Scent Company® offers over 500 perfume oils, including aromatherapy blends, essential oils, woods and resins, herbals and florals.

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Head 'N Home Hats

Head ‘N Home began in the early 1970’s. With an investment of $20 in leather and $20 in leather working tools, Gary Wartrous began making belts, wallets, and purses and selling them from the back of my 1963 Chevy station wagon. Mostly self taught while learning in the “schooI of hard knocks”, he has also had the good fortune to have had tremendous support and advice from many talented hat professionals and knowledgeable individuals over the years.

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Henna Illuminata

Henna Illuminata provides a beautiful exotic environment and a personalized experience for each and every customer. Their artists are knowledgable in Celtic and European designs as well as traditional Arabic and Indian designs and use the best materials possible.

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Jellykoe

Jellykoe is a designer toy company located in the heart of Columbia, SC. Jellykoe was founded in 2009 by husband and wife duo Kelly and J. Spencer Shull. Their toys have been featured in STUFFED magazine, Catapult, and Art Nouveau as well as on Toy News and designer toy websites Tomopop, Urban Vinyl Daily, Plastic and Plush, and the award-winning Spanky Stokes.

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Jess Leigh Jewels

Uniquely inspired, one of a kind jewelry created by Jess Leigh- founded in New Orleans, Louisiana in January 2010. Each piece is independantly designed and locally handmade. Love and a passion for a beautiful life are at the heart of our company. There is something for every girl.

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John W. Fesken

John specialty is mixed media and he uses vintage photographs and recycled wood in his pieces.He uses everything from old toys to animal bones to create to give new life objects to what would have been someone else’s junk.

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Jon Guillaume Illustrated Art

Jon pursued his artistic interest at Louisiana State University, and achieved a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art, in the school of Graphic Design. At Bett’s Fine Art Gallery in Baton Rouge, where he developed his skills with custom framing, fine art printing and canvas stretching. After graduation Jon worked as a Graphic Designer and administrator for BIC magazine of Baton Rouge, for 6 years before moving on to selling his own artwork full time.

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May Photography

From 2006 to 2011, Molly has traveled to twenty-five countries and captured the movements of the world. Gifted with the talent as a Photo Documentarian, it is her distinct pleasure to share her travels with others. Her expertise is in street photography, more specifically in capturing the music scene in New Orleans. With every photo she takes, she begins to understand the complex rhythms of the city, the orchestral sounds of color, music, food, culture, and landscapes that her favorite city has to offer.

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Mistura

Mistura offers an environmentally friendly and sustainable product. Their exotic and unique watches are configured to the specific requirements of our customers. From white leather straps to teak surrounds, from striking orange hands to subtle wooden dials, Mistura offers something for every taste. Mistura’s ethos is ‘as nature intended…’ therefore the basis of our designs stems from the alliance of art with nature.

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Red Rocket Farm

Red Rocket Farm is the art studio of Jason Albin Thomas, whose designs, cartoons, and animations are featured throughout this website. Jason is the creator of Story Town, a series of interactive and illustrated stories updated Monday through Friday to keep you company throughout the work week.

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Tinga Tinga

The aboriginal Tinga Tinga art is practiced by the traditional painters from the Ndonde tribe in southern Tanzania in remote villages situated at the border of the largest game reserve in the world – Selous. Only one traditional painter reached the city Dar es Salaam in sixties in the last century. It was Edward Saidi Tingatinga. There, he started the artistic movement called Tinga Tinga, but the origin of the Tinga Tinga art is still a mystery.

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