Heath SF | December 8–9, 2018
Grab a friend and join us inside the Tile Factory to shop the second annual Make Good Market: a celebration of people, place, process, and product. We’ve brought together over 30 different designers and makers (including our Heath Sews and Heath Clay Studios) to demonstrate their craft for your enjoyment, inspiration, and procurement. Good design, making, and sharing — all under one roof.
This year, we’re saying hello again to many of our vendors and welcoming some exciting new ones. See a live vase-throwing demo, learn how to create a wreath for the holidays, and taste delicious bites available for purchase — whether a single-person studio or a local manufacturer like Heath, the Make Good Market is what we’re about. We can’t wait to see you! See our full list of vendors below.Saturday, December 8, 10–5pmSunday, December 9, 10–3pmSan Francisco Factory & Showroom
2900 18th Street, CA 94110Designers and Makers in the SF Tile Factory:Aesthetic Union.
A letterpress print shop in the Heath SF building specializing in custom work and original editions. Art prints, holiday cards, and more.Aplat.
Totes and storage for food made from a variety of carefully sourced textiles, with an emphasis in minimal waste.AVO.
AVO’s signature “Painted Plains” collection of hand-dyed cowhides plays with the juxtaposition between material, shape and pattern. Observe a leather rug-weaving demo.Block Shop.
Los Angeles-based textile company that marries the traditional Indian hand-block printing process with a modern California aesthetic.Cathy Callahan.
Goods inspired by textile artists of the 60s and 70s as well as Japanese and Scandinavian craft and design.Chilote Shoes.
Cozy, distinctive wool slippers made ethically and sustainably of Patagonian sheepswool and locally upcycled renewable leather. Dandelion Chocolate.
Neighbors of Heath in the SF Mission District, this bean-to-bar chocolate factory roasts small batches of beans and molds each bar by hand.Del Popolo.
Mobile pizzeria creating Neapolitan-inspired pies from a glass-enclosed shipping container on a freightliner truck. Yum!Destination Fragrances.
Fragrances and candles made with essential oils, inspired by San Francisco neighborhoods and locations.Etta & Billie.
The world of natural body care with a unique approach to the ingredients. Create your own face mask.Fernhill.
From Portland, Oregon, textiles marrying utility with design — collaborating with artists on vibrant patterns and designs on durable, absorbent Belgian linen.Heath Clay Studio.
Our place for experimentation, exploration, and inspiration. Where we evolve our shapes, glazes, design, and making processes. See a live vessel throwing demo.Heath Jewelry.
Refined, earthy, and wearable. Inspired by the ceramic beads and buttons Edith Heath Made in the 70s. Join us for jewelry making.Heath Sews.
Our in-house soft-goods design and production studio just upstairs from the Tile Factory. Offering a chance to design your own Stacked Leather Keychain and custom Block Pouch.Illustoria.
A magazine for creative kids — and grown-ups, too! Stop by their table for a special gift-wrapping activity.Jacob May.
Simple and elegant furniture and accessories by Oakland-based woodworker and designer Dave Ball.Julia Turner.
Artist and jeweler making graphic and sculptural pieces that are strong yet subtle. Handcrafted in her studio space at Heath SF.June Taylor.
Marmalades, conserves, and syrups from heirloom and forgotten fruits, working with small family farms.Kissweh.
An embroidery studio based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, sourcing traditional Palestinian needlework motifs.Kirsten Muenster.
Hand-made, one-of-a-kind modern heirlooms, aligning with the slow-fashion movement, ethical sourcing, and sustainable practices.RAFT Syrups.
Syrups made with all-natural, handcrafted ingredients for the perfect cocktail.Sabah.
Leather shoes designed with a family of craftsmen in southeast Turkey.Scout Regalia.
Los Angeles based design practice embracing the unassuming and environmental aspects of design, with a focus on graphic identities, home products, material processes, and sustainable living. Silvia Song.
Bay Area artist and designer devoted to discovering forms in function and beauty through simplicity.Studiopatro.
Precise graphics on premium linen screen-printed with eco-friendly inks.Urban Bee SF.
Try Heath’s rooftop honey! Terry Oxford keeps sustainable, chemical-free beehives on several San Francisco restaurant and business rooftops. Taste three-time Good Food Award winning honey samples and fresh honeycomb sourced from San Francisco's abundant street tree flowersJulie Cristello.
Handcrafted jewelry, using natural, gold, silver, diamonds, and leather.Mr. Merz.
Textiles and tapestry — towels, robes and blankets — infused with rich, cultural heritage.My Dear Tejas.
Leather jackets and bags thoughtfully designed Northern California and made in Texas and California.Nancy Pearce.
Los Angeles-based artist creating trophies of the mundane, elevated everyday items into sculptural forms cast in bronze.La Fleuriste.
SF-based florist providing beautiful arrangements for our Newsstand and showrooms, offering wreaths just for the holidays.Liz Oppenheim.
Maker of organic jewelry in gold and silver using a traditional Japanese hand-sculpting technique. Studio based in Heath SF.Llane Alexis.
Transforming everyday materials into art, sourcing remnants from the textile industry.Permanent Collection.
A line of luxury clothing, accessories, and objects based on historic and contemporary originals.Studio Prepa.
Two-person workshop with roots in Japan that designs and produces beautiful handmade glassware.Z Line Lavender Farm.
Handcrafted lavender satchets, pillows, and firesticks from their farm in Clarksburg, California.Special Thanks
To KQED for their support and outreach for the Heath Make Good Market. A Heath SF neighbor with a passion for public service, KQED serves the people of Northern California with a community-supported alternative to commercial media.