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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Nine Bay Area Artisans Who Make Etsy Worthwhile

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click to enlarge NOTEIFY
  • Noteify

Noteify

If you forgot to send Christmas cards this year, you could probably still do it and blame their tardiness on our floundering U.S. Postal Service. Or you could make a New Year's resolution to write more snail mail and delete your Facebook account. Either way, Noteify's cards are the cutest, with lots of San Francisco graphics to rep your city.

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JEN OAKS
  • Jen Oaks

Jen Oaks

We love Jen Oaks' art so much that we featured it on the Exhibitionist a few months ago. But our crush on her hasn't faded. Her curvy ladies are as fabulous as ever, and if you missed Oaks at the Alternative Press Expo, Zinefest, or any of the other events where her artwork is a regular feature, you can still find everything online.

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click to enlarge ETTA + BILLIE
  • Etta + Billie

Etta + Billie

Etta + Billie speaks San Franciscan: Its bath and body products are organic, fair trade, natural, and made in small batches. They're also pretty and smell nice, but any old soap can do that. This is special, San Francisco soap! If you simply can't wait for your products to ship to you, you can also find Etta + Billie's wares at Paxton Gate and Stript Wax Bar.

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