Makers and Brothers Are Back With Botanicals
May 15 2015

Makers and Brothers Are Back With Botanicals

New York-Handmade

Theyyy're back! Our favorite brothers, Jonathan and Mark Legge, of Markers & Brothers have "popped up" with not one, but two of their homespun sheds in the verdant garden of The Standard, East Village for this weekend only. One shed is filled with a plethora of beautiful design and craft favorites, including marmoreal (marble) pieces by artist Max Lamb and handmade crystal glasses by J Hill's Standard. The other shed features a pop-up printmaking studio by Superfolk.

To get things started

From left to right: wooden bowl $258, salad spoons $27, crystal glasses $140-386, linen napkins $13, oyster shucker $58

To finish the night off

From left to right: French press $113, espresso cups $14, marmoreal cheese board $108, cheese knife $43

The design duo, Superfolk, from the West of Ireland, use hand-cut lino printing to create poetic, color tempered prints on Japanese wabi paper. Each unique print features imagery of botanicals such as nettle, gorse, and dandelion that grow in the forests of Northern Ireland. Prints are $89.

The Garden at The Standard, East Village
May 14 – 17, 2015 from 7am to 9pm