A Heath Warehouse special: we got a glimpse into this small market that supports Bay Area makers of all varieties.
Much more intimate than West Coast Craft and bigger than your typical holiday market, the Heath Make Good Market focused on a vetted list of makers and their wares that truly make good on society. Usefulness, handiness, and visual impact—this year was no doubt a steal.
We got a show and tell of the making process: from woodworking to leather painting to candy-making to throwing and sewing. We also wandered over to the Viewing Court where Tartine Manufactory and a handful of our favorites-in-food gathered with nibbles ready to gift (and, let’s be honest, snack on the spot).
// Check out the photos from our time at this year's market, photography by Christopher Sturm.
Christopher is a professional lifestyle and portrait photographer based in Oakland. Starting with black and white film sixteen years ago, Christopher still shoots primarily film, which he also develops at home. Follow me on Instagram. // Photo by Jennymay Villarete