2013 ACL Art Market

Quality Goods For Sale in Zilker Park

The ACL Art Market is located right in the center of Zilker Park and all booths are open throughout the duration of the Festival. From accessories and head gear to boots and posters, attendees can browse a quality selection of goods from dozen of local artisans.

There is even an Official ACL Festival Boutique Store where you can buy limited edition specialty items, and a General Store for any last minute needs.

See below to read up on the artists attending in 2013, and + ADD your favorites so you can stay up-to-date with any giveaways or special offers before, during and after the festival!



Austin Art Garage

Austin Art Garage
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Austin Art Garage was created to expose talented emerging artists and offer art enthusiasts, from all social-economic levels, an opportunity to invest in art created within their community. A 100% local artist gallery, we offer something for everyone, from the cash-strapped recent graduate to seasoned art collector looking to invest early into an artists career. Our goal is to take the intimidation out of art collecting and make it accessible to everyone while providing a platform for the most talented of Austin’s emerging artists.

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Chaos Card Company

Chaos Card Company
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Chaos began back in the early 1980s as a punk-rock politics and music-oriented t-shirt endeavor. It has grown over the years into a family-run full-scale design studio and art-driven greeting card/fashion line with an old-school DIY environmentally-conscious punk ethos. We work together to create a truly unique hand-printed product: each garment is hand-registered and hand-pulled without the use of a press. Every t-shirt is TRULY one-of-a-kind.

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Drive by Press

Drive by Press
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Drive by Press is a group of artists and designers who happen to own a print shop and believe that the process is just as important as the result. In a visual world of instant gratification, daily trend changes and on-demand results the Drive by Press design team focuses on the fundamentals of classic design, hand-craftsmanship, and old-school production techniques. When we say old school we mean it. Our process is based on the 800-year old technique of wood-block printing!

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Exit82ART

Exit82ART
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Exit82ART, based in Austin, Tx. since 2006, has been bringing fine, functional art to locals and tourists alike. Our original product, the stone drink coaster, each depicting 1 of over 250 original images by photographer and owner, David Melancon, has been an Austin staple. Since 2006, our line of products has expanded to include the same eye popping imagery on glass cutting boards, ceramic mugs, photo magnets, and metal wall art. In addition to Austin, images are also available from over 15 other major U.S. cities.

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Futurgarb

Futurgarb
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Futurgarb is as much about fashion & accessories as it is about culture, art, music and social consciousness. Futurgarb has been an advocate of a greener world for over 8 years. At our store in Wicker Park, Chicago we seek out cool, unique artistic products many of which are recycled or upcycled from independent designers. Our stylish products include: Tons of sunglasses and Hats (Fedoras, cadets, Sun Hats, Newsboys), wallets, back packs & bags, id cases, blankets and flip flops just to name a few. Stop by our booth in the Art Market to see the latest and greatest.

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Goui-Gui/Africabound

Goui-Gui/Africabound
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I am native of Senegal,West Africa. Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, I worked as Manufacturing Engineering. In 1990, I started a family venture,Teranga Restaurant, the first West African cuisine in West Texas. It did not take long to attract the Texas monthly and television, it soon became an historical landmark. With the support of my brothers and my beloved wife, Sophie Faye, may her soul rest in peace,Teranga became the intellectual hide out of TTU students and exotic gourmets. Austin’s commitment to cultural diversity motivated my decision to move in 1992. Goui-Gui allowed me to help African countries by selling commodities crafted by Africans.

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Greg Davis Photography

Greg Davis Photography
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National Geographic’s Image Collection Photographer and Founding Member of the Austin Center for Photography, Greg’s work strikes to the core of the human condition and speaks volumes for our need to hold dear what is slowly disappearing. At a faster rate than before, our world is shrinking and traditional cultures are at risk. He hopes to share with you, the world thru his eyes, in hopes that his work will bring awareness to our planet’s diversity and our unprecedented need to preserve it.

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Hatbox: A Modern Haberdashery

Hatbox: A Modern Haberdashery
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Hatbox: A Modern Haberdashery, the favored hat shop for travelers and locals alike who want the perfect hat for any occasion. This world renowned, local Haberdashery has something for everyone and has been Austin’s hat headquarters for over 30 years! Whether you’re looking for the perfect cowboy hat, a classically styled Fedora or a beautiful handmade creation fresh from the runways of New York or Paris you can find it at Hatbox. Stop by their ACL Music Festival Art Market booth or two Austin locations: Downtown across from the Driskill Hotel and at The Domain near Macy’s!

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Hold Up

Hold Up
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Hold Up specializes in vintage clothing and rocker wear for men and women that is affordably priced but of the same high quality you would find at a vintage store on South Congress or 1st Street. We are an ecofriendly, environmentally conscious company which sells used clothing, boots, and other items that might otherwise end up in a landfill or dump.

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Leap of Joy

Leap of Joy
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Leap of Joy, teaching dance, creative movement and theater and performance art to children from socially and economically challenging circumstances, was incorporated as a nonprofit in 2010 but has been working with kids much longer. The program is conducted after school and in summer camps in AISD elementary and middle schools with multiple classes being taught daily to children between the ages of 6 and 14. Kids participate in the creative process and perform at their schools, in the AISD City Wide Show Case and Leap of Joy’s Care to Dance Fund Raising Event where kids and their teachers perform.

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Leighelena

Leighelena
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Leighelena is a full line of enamel, leather and exotic skin accessories and jewelry for men and women. Proudly handcrafted in Austin, Texas, the national brand offers a wide range of price points and stylish options that are sure to wow any festival-goer – from custom vintage belt bracelets to one-of-a-kind enamel jewelry, Leighelena has a little something for everyone!

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Moniker Guitars

Moniker Guitars
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Moniker Guitars make custom electric guitars that you can design online at MonikerGuitars.com. Choose your guitars’ shape, colors, parts and electronics to get a unique guitar that fits your unique sound and style. All of our guitars are manufactured at our shop in Austin, TX and shipped to your door in just 4 weeks, starting at a base price of $850.

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Ornamental Things

Ornamental Things
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Ornamental Things jewelry is designed for heroines and daydreamers. Natalie Tischler, the designer, strives to create timeless pieces that have an authentic feel, inspired by bohemian ideas, bold women and living in the moment. Natalie is on a jewelry journey, exploring themes and process. Her methods include collecting, casting, polishing, riveting, and reworking objects into a collection of jewelry that is pretty, vintage-inspired, and wearable. She studied Art History at the University of Texas and made jewelry as a hobby for twelve years before starting Ornamental Things in 2004. Ornamental Things jewelry will see a woman through her best adventures.

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Parts & Labour

Parts & Labour
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Parts & Labour is the home for Texas based designers to showcase and sell their goods since 2004. Full of items for every budget, one can shop a huge selection of locally designed and produced screen printed tees for men, ladies, and kids, handmade dresses and accessories, superbly crafted wooden housewares, soaps, candles, and jewelry of all kinds. The recent addition of the poster room rounds out the shop with bins full of screen and wood block printed posters from local private collectors, and illustrators. Find vintage gig posters, movie inspired art prints and more!

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Positive Impact on Climate and Community

Positive Impact on Climate and Community
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JOIN THE EFFORT. Austin’s entertainment industry has partnered with the City of Austin’s Office of Sustainability to support the preservation of the city we so often celebrate. ACL Festival invites fans to help mitigate the Festival’s impact on the environment by supporting the program. Funds raised through ACL Festival will benefit the development of the Hill Country Conservancy’s Violet Crown Trail, a 30 mile hike and bike trail system stretching from Barton Springs Pool into Hays County, and a third-party-verified carbon offset project in Texas through the Texas Climate & Carbon Exchange.

Support PICC by purchasing a designated “PICC Purchase” in the ACL Art Market or the official ACL merch stores. $5 from each PICC purchase will be split between the two projects. You’ll not only have a memento from the ACL Fest, but you’ll have joined the effort to leave a positive impact. Thanks, Austin!

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Rokoko

Rokoko
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Rokoko is the collaborative artwork of wife and husband, A.me and Mitch Alamag, graduates of Rhode Island School of Design and partners in life and business since 1984. A.me expresses a spontaneous organic perspective while Mitch provides a structural and graphic perspective. They have been featured in many articles and on Discovery and Home & Garden television. The materials are primarily acrylic paint on wood, with shapes of wood, rubber and ceramics. They create art using recycled objects, like toasters, boots and jar lids. They recently opened their own gallery. Their mission is to celebrate life through art and heart.

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SoCo Hammocks

SoCo Hammocks
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We are SOcially COnscious Hammocks. We are socially responsible in all that we do including sourcing our fabric, paying fair wages, and shipping all our goods carbon neutral by planting trees. 10% of all sales go directly to our nonprofit partners to help alleviate poverty in Austin and worldwide. Our hammock suspensions are specifically made to be tree friendly with a full inch width in the webbing to avoid damaging trees. Other than the hammock body, all materials are made in the USA and assembled in the great city of Austin, TX. Kick Back and Give Back!

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SoLa

SoLa
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Since 2002, SoLa has been rocking ACL style for locals and visitors alike. We have hip, fresh clothing and accessories from boho chic to bad ass. Whether braving the Texas heat while rocking the music scene or just taking some Austin swag home, we’re sure to have the sweetest, coolest options to suit you up for some fashion fun. We offer exclusive items strictly for ACL, come check your next outfit!

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Souldier

Souldier
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Souldier handmakes strong, functional, and beautiful goods in the USA using recycled seatbelt, salvaged items, and vintage materials. We make being Green, rock! We also have Vegan versions of our popular eco-friendly products. Items include guitar straps, camera strap, belts, bags, clothing, jewelry, and other complimentary fair trade goods. Every year we come out with different choices and new products so you can set new trends.

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Storyville

Storyville
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Storyville apparel is printed fresh daily in the Storyville Print Shop. Our apparel originates from online design contests at StoryvilleApparel.com. All of our new designs come from the online contests, which feature cash prizes of $500 and $1000 and can be viewed at storyvilleapparel.com/contest. Our online design contests have become hugely popular with local artists and designers in Texas and Louisiana and tend to generate products focused on local themes. Storyville is a husband-and-wife-run business and now has locations in Austin, Baton Rouge and New Orleans. Our mission is to celebrate local artists and designers and to encourage individual expression.

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Synergy Organic Clothing

Synergy Organic Clothing
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Synergy Organic Clothing exists to provide style-minded and environmentally conscious women with clothing that is organic, sustainable, easy to wear and produced according to fair trade practices, brought to you by like-minded individuals. We were founded in 1993 after co-owner Kate Fisher returned from her extensive travels in Nepal and India. Synergy was created in the spirit of adventure and with the vision of being a synergy of both Eastern and Western design influences. We makes clothing that combines sustainability, with modern yet timeless design. We strive to make clothing that looks good, and is also gentle on the Earth.

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Texas Headgear

Texas Headgear
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Texas Headgear got it’s start in the music festival business twenty years ago. It’s been a great ride and we’re still going strong and doing better than ever! Chances are… If you’ve purchased a hat or cap at a major music festival in the last twenty years it’s probably one of ours. Our motto has always been “Quality, Style, Price”. There have been many imitators over the years but nobody can come close to matching our selection, quality or price. We are an ACL original and over the years our hats have even become synonymous with the festival itself.

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Teysha

Teysha
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Teysha is a revolutionary brand which aims to re-imagine and explore our world through conscious enterprise. We create culturally charged kicks and accessories that celebrate art forms, empower global community and embrace the rich diversity of our planet. We operate on a model of maximum empowerment in our supply chains, creating jobs and preserving crafts to create positive grass-roots development. By supporting our products you are helping to create a world in which all people have the opportunity to express themselves, work for a better future, and connect across borders and cultures.

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The Austin Bodyworker

The Austin Bodyworker
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The Austin Bodyworker is a high-caliber bodywork clinic spanning Eastern and Western techniques.Our team of skilled practitioners are committed to understanding your bodywork goals and helping you find the best combination of modalities to achieve overall wellness, reduce pain and battle stress. ABW is also proud to be a sponsor of the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians. 5% of your massage during both festival weekends will be donated to HAAM. Stop by the massage tent to relax, recharge and give back to the folks who make Austin the Live Music Capital of the World.

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The General Store

The General Store
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Peoples was founded in 1980 in Austin, Texas. Founder, Bill Swail had a vision of creating a unique, personable environment for customers with an intense focus on customer service. From the beginning, this focus was appreciated by the Austin community. Within a few short years, Bill had grown the company to several stores. Over time, with the knowledge gained from years of studying alternative means of healing his customers, Bill expanded the business offering to transition into an integrative, holistic pharmacy.

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TOMS

TOMS
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While traveling in Argentina in 2006, Blake Mycoskie witnessed the hardships faced by children growing up without shoes. His solution to the problem was simple, yet revolutionary: to create a for-profit business that was sustainable and not reliant on donations. The idea of One for One was born, which has turned into a global movement. TOMS has given over 10 million pairs of new shoes to children in need since it began in 2006. 2+ years ago we a expanded its unique business model to include TOMS Eyewear, helping over 150,000+ people in need to date.

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Triple Z Threadz

Triple Z Threadz
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At first glance, ZZZ Threadz look like classic quality embroidered vintage pearl snaps and Guyabera shirts- until you notice a sasquatch wearing a wristwatch, “eagle bring me back my baby,” and the ever-popular Kong vs Jaws(aka the ulitmate battle of the universe). Perfect for music fesitvals and a hit with musicians, comedians, and stars alike, ZZZ Threadz offers high-quality & unique merchandise that ACL goers are looking for.

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Vintage Ware

Vintage Ware
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It all began with a passion for antiques, which ultimately started this journey to share these treasures that connect us to our history. I’m endlessly inspired by the craft of turning something forgotten into a unique and special work of art. The collection weaves together my deep appreciation of craftsmanship with a love of classic, American style. At Vintage Ware, the historical significance of each artifact influences the design and inspires me to transform them into fashion that shares the stories of our past. Proudly made in Austin, Texas using the finest quality leather and materials.

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William K. Stidham - The Sacred Heart Series

William K. Stidham - The Sacred Heart Series
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William K. Stidham – a nationally recognized rock and roll watercolor artist. My Sacred Heart Series is a collection of iconic musicians who have shifted the planet with their talent, passion, gifts… heART energy. I’ve had the wonderful opportunity and experience to show my unique art work at music festivals all over the country and Australia. Keep sharing your Sacred Heart!

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