Vending @ Morbid Anatomy Museum
Sunday, May 29, 2016
11:00am - All Ages
424-A 3rd Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, USA 11215
The Morbid Anatomy Museum is a nonprofit exhibition space founded by Joanna Ebenstein, Tracy Hurley Martin and her sister, writer Tonya Hurley, in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York
Flea Market with multiple vendors selling taxidermy galore, artful bones, unusual antiques, obscure books, and assorted curiosities.
Date: Sunday, May 29th
Time: 12pm to 6pm (Morbid Anatomy Members will be able to enter at 11am and cut the line! Become a member at http://bit.ly/1HuhNVf)
Admission: $1 (add $7 to go to see our museum exhibition)
Location: The Bell House, 149 7th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215 (A block away from the Morbid Anatomy Museum)
THIS IS AN ALL AGES EVENT.
Don’t miss the first Flea Market of the season on Sunday March 6th. A one stop shop event for all your shopping needs at the Bell House, with more vendors and more space! Antique hunters and curiosity collectors know than nothing is better than a lazy Sunday spent at a great flea market; at this one, you’ll find all of your favorite artists, makers and antique peddlers.
I have recently expanded my online vending presence to the music webzine http://www.cvltnation.com’s designer marketplace, Cvltnation Bizarre. You can buy a limited selection of my work there as well. It’s proved to be a good move so far, and during the month of May I have reduced prices on patches to $2 (available through Etsy for the regular price of $3. The audience at CvltNation is certainly more directly in touch with the aesthetic I have been cultivating in the images I print. Natural History, Morbid Anatomy and Deathpunk Streetwear. So visit their site and have a look at some of the other vendors they host, many of which make and sell a lot of enviable wares.