4 Shops that Sell Items Made by Local Artists and Makers

Stickers, patches, pins, postcards, temporary tattoos, and more!
by Mara Agner   |  Oct 19, 2016
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Thanks to these stores, independent artists and makers now have an avenue to sell their homegrown goods and a venue to share their craft expertise through the different workshops scheduled all year round.

  1. Common Room PH

325 dela Rosa St., Katipunan Ave., Quezon City and Power Plant Mall, Makati City

Plus points for: pioneering the concept of a store where makers and artists gather to sell their products; having two branches (yay!); and its inspiring and creative interiors.

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  1. The Craft Central

Greenbelt 5, Makati City

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Plus points for: its accessible and convenient location; its variety of options (it has more than 70 featured brands); and having a big enough space for local art enthusiasts

  1. Hello MNL

864 Moret St., Manila

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Plus points for: being an all-Filipino brand store, being the first of its kind in the University belt, and taking a chance on up-and-coming artists.

  1. Hey Kessy Shop

U.P. Town Center, Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City

Plus points for: its mix of local and hard-to-find foreign brands; selling not just art materials, but also artwork; and its wide selection of washi tape designs—some even in collaboration with local artists!

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Know a store that supports local artists, too? Share them with the Candy Girls in the comments section below!

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