Scholarship applications for WCC Los Angeles are now open!

The West Coast Craft Scholarship Program is open to any emerging designers and artists who have never shown at a major craft and design show before, OR who come from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds. Applicants need only provide the $25 application fee and a few sentences about themselves and their work.....

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At this summer’s San Francisco WCC, there was a certain something in the air.

We’re talking about love, baby. 

It was no accident that love was bouncing off the walls of the Festival Pavilion, and it was all thanks to Zola....

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Puukko knife making, by traditional crafts of finland (1972)

Many of us carry small knives throughout the day, or at least tuck them away in that kitchen drawer with extra twist ties, paperclips, and batteries of questionable functionality. While they’re handy and useful, we rarely think twice about them, and we never see them as a source of pride. This isn’t the case in Finland, though....

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“This Thursday, July 11, fans of both tattoos and fine art will be treated to a special evening at San Francisco’s de Young Museum: the opening night for the first retrospective of famed tattoo artist...

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Rugs, by jeffrey Weiss (1979)

“No other decorative touch can match the dramatic accent of a rug on a floor or wall; a rug that seems to be made for the space, whether it be a brilliant Persian, a fiery new Berber carpet from Morocco, a simple Shaker runner, or an exotic Chinese weave. Rugs is a panoramic visual report...

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YOu put your weed in there, man

It’s 7:00am in San Francisco.

The walls of your apartment light up as the rising sun creeps through your window. Reaching out, you gently smack your moss covered alarm clock, bringing an end
to the mellow tune....

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We asked one of our favorite photographers, Anna-Alexia Basile to once again shoot some of the amazing style at our recent SF Summer show.

We’re constantly awed by all of the killer outfits we see at each and every West Coast Craft and always look forward to the defacto fashion show...

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applications for WCC Los angeles are now open!

Tinseltown. La La Land. Shaky Town. The Big Orange. Lotusland. Home of “Los Doyers”.

City of Angels.

Los Angeles has had many names over the years, but there’s one thing it’s never had until 2019: a West Coast Craft....

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Great outdoors (for the Indoors)
Buying guide

Someday, whether you like it or not, you’ll find yourself in nature.

You’ll find yourself at a campground, on a beach, or in a big national park. Your mind will race with thoughts like “this carpet is weird” or “the ceiling is blinding me” or “that massive housecat keeps following me around”....

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Heath Ceramics has been designing, making, and selling ceramics in the Bay Area since 1948, and they are helping support WCC by partnering with us to give away 50 pairs of their classic large mugs...

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2 Ways to get to outside lands!

You’ve probably heard that West Coast Craft is heading back to Outside Lands this August 9-11, with an even bigger WCC x OL Marketplace....

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We’ll be the first to admit it: the cosmos is a pretty hard concept to wrap your head around. Realizing that we’re all just living our lives on a massive ball hurtling through an infinitely expanding galaxy populated by innumerable stars and planets and gas clouds and comets and...

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’Tis the Season 

Everyone knows that spring is sappy, summer’s too sweaty, fall is sad, and winter is for chumps. This is why the city of San Francisco voted to get rid of the old seasons sometime in the late 1800s...

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Shoes are many things.

Essentially, they exist to simply cover your feet: they protect your soles, they guard your toes, and they help you get from point A to point B. But on a metaphysical level (as any teenager would attest), shoes are a...

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When driving through Los Angeles on the I-105 you might catch a startling sight among the rows of tract houses: a handful of spindly towers glittering in the Southern California sun, jutting up out of nowhere...

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applications for the wcc x outside lands marketplace are now open!

West Coast Craft is excited to announce that the WCC X OL Marketplace will set up shop this Summer in the Polo Fields of Golden Gate Park for the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival!...

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The Wcc scholarship PRogram

Beginning with the second show in the winter of 2014, WCC has offered three booths per show to up-and-coming artist and designer craftspeople whose work reflects not just the spirit and style of the West Coast, but also a potential for a robust and exciting creative practice...

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WCC SF Winter ‘18 recap

The Winter '18 show was a big milestone for West Coast Craft -- not only was it our most well-attended weekend yet, it was also WCC's five year anniversary. To commemorate the occasion, we collaborated with...


five years of wcc: five years of fashion

Every time we have one of our shows one thing is certain: we're going to get one of the best dressed and on-trend crowds in the West. New takes on old favorites, to-die-for vintage duds, and the best and brightest...

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progress vs innovation: In conversation with female entrepreneurs of color

This past November, West Coast Craft teamed up with Temi Adamolekun of Radiant Spaces to host an important and necessary discussion centered around this question...

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five years of wcc: five years of setting the stage

West Coast Craft is celebrating its five year anniversary this year, and we can't believe how quickly the time has flown! It's been five years of showcasing the best artist and designer craftspeople, five years of great food and drinks, and five years of hosting the most excited and enthusiastic... 

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five years of wcc: five years of artists

Over the past five years, WCC has not only hosted an amazing roster of vendors, but it's also made space for the work of a stellar list of artists to create site-specific installations at each show.

From large scale, three dimensional, hand cut paper structures...

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foliage as inspiration: A collection of wcc ‘18 vendorS

Flowers! Succulents! Foliage! The prevalence of all things plant in everyday life has reached new heights, and botany has moved from the garden into our homes and onto the artwork, objects, and clothing we surround ourselves with....

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Charlene Holy Bear’s custom beaded vans

Charlene Holy Bear didn’t set out to become the creator of highly sought after custom Van’s skateshoes - she just sort of fell into it.

The artistry or design weren’t anything new, though. Having been born into a family of traditional artisans in the Standing Rock Lakota Sioux Tribe, Holy Bear...

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TOPS, by Charles and Ray Eames (1969)

Originally started in 1966 and only worked on during breaks between other projects, Tops (1969) is both a celebration of the historic art of spinning top making and Charles Eames’ long-standing fascination with the colorful toys. The film features 123 tops from all over the world filmed close up, set spinning to a wonderful composition by Elmer Bernstein....

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HUMANDS, by mario mariotti (1983)

Though we sometimes forget, art doesn’t have to be sophisticated, or grand, or expensively made. Never was this more apparent than with the life’s work of the late Italian composer-turned-artist Mario Mariotti (1936-1977), who turned away from his considerable music career... 

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