Since 1980 the loyal AIR CO team has serviced Northern California with its collection of innovative, brilliant, and beautiful vendor products.  Whether you’re looking for trendy pop culture goodies, or a cool canvas bag to tote around, the AIR CO package has something for everyone.  We look forward to seeing you at the Indie Market!




Why name the company 23rd Day?  Because the owner’s daughters were both born on the 23rd, and the company is a tribute to them.  With a goal of producing product that appeals to a design-conscience audience,  23rd Day’s collection of greeting cards and paper products speaks to the buyer looking for “hip-traditional” graphics that jump off the page.  Come check out their handmade enamel tumblers and soy candles, they’re very very fun!


What if you had access to some very very old books that have seen better days, and you wanted to save them from becoming trash?  If you were Micha and Grant from Artnwordz you’d use the pages as the background to your cool artwork.  And then you’d go on to use that compilation as frameable art prints, socks, coasters, and tote bags.  Over 400 design images to choose from.


Cognitive Surplus is fascinated by and curious about the science in the world around us.  Their products demonstrate a love of everything from physics jokes to the exquisite beauty of early scientific etching and illustrations.  Whether you’re looking for a birthday gift for your lab partner, or a sweet new graphic t-shirt for yourself, they’ve got your smarty-pants covered.

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Emily McDowell & Friends found their niche in the market by creating products that speak to the truth about relationships in a way that wasn’t yet represented in the market place, and to identify universal, emotional truths and observations on being human.  They’ve made it their mission to help people connect when they don’t know what to say. 


JooJoo Paper is a big believer in finding joy in the simple pleasures of life and sharing them with others. It can be as simple as finding a pretty autumn leaf on the ground or trying a new fruit for the first time. They love to create the kind of sophisticated, whimsical art that celebrates these joyful little things and do that with the hope of capturing good feelings so that you can re-live them over and over; soulful and dreamy paper goods that add warmth to your heart.


We are Kei Tsuzuki and Molly Luethi -- two friends, mothers, and printers living in the high desert of Albuquerque, New Mexico. We founded Kei & Molly Textiles, LLC in 2010 to create both a printing studio dedicated to producing artisan-quality fabric goods as well as a vehicle to develop good jobs in our community. 

We design all our images ourselves, often inspired by what we see in New Mexico as well as by our individual backgrounds -- Kei is Japanese but grew up in Montréal; Molly is Swiss American with a Japanese husband.  Our product line includes kitchen linens and home & fashion accessories.


Knock Knock is an independent maker of clever gifts, books, and whatever else they can think up.  Their mission is to bring humor, creativity, and smarts to everyday life.  Whether producing sticky notes or a volume of thoroughly researched nonfiction, they happily dispense irreverence, wordplay, and wit to folks everywhere.

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Lucky Feather creates uniquely packaged jewelry and gifts that inspire. Celebrate birthdays, empowerment, and achievements with Lucky Feather’s gold and silver bracelets and necklaces.


Since 1999 Lucy Lu has offered retailers a fun way to customize useful everyday products, such as mint boxes, card cases, magnets, and lots lots more.  Hundreds of design images to choose from, including destination images for Anywhere USA.  They also offer a very low minimum quantity program to put your graphics on anything they produce.

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The clever design team behind Paperproducts Design continues to create paper products and accessories like no one else!  Renowned artists such as Vicki Sawyer, Fab Funky, and Two Can Art lend their artistic whimsy to napkins, giftable mugs, matches, textiles, water bottles and other home accessories.  The collections are alive with colorful characters and nuances from nature.

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Rockflowerpaper is inspired by the colors, textures, and textiles that they see in their travels around the globe.  Launched in 2009 and based in the San Francisco Bay Area, they are a woman-owned company dedicated to creating sophisticated, affordable products – designed by women, for women.  By transforming all that they love about travel into vibrant clothing, bags, and home accessories, rockflowerpaper brings the beauty and wonder of the world home to you.


Inside every artist is the desire to dream, step a bit outside the boundaries, and push the envelope.  Shannon Martin has captured the magic of just that with her award winning line of greeting cards, sticky notes, list pads, paper napkins, and much more. Her sepia toned graphics are the perfect carrier for her funny, but kind sentiments.  Her greeting cards continue to sell like nothing we’ve ever seen! 

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The Found is a Chicago based company that creates fun product inspired by art, ephemera, pop culture, and current events. They specialize in being able to jump on what’s hot and news worthy, and crank out greeting cards, emamel pins, patches, keychains, and pocket mirrors to celebrate or commiserate this crazy world around us.


The Gift Wrap Company is your one-stop shop for all your gift packaging needs. They make giving gifts almost as much fun as receiving them.  Gift Wrap Company is all about injecting a heavy dose of style and charm into everything they do – including wrapping paper, gift bags, tissue paper, embellishments, boxed stationery, and journals.

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With a passion for color and love of design, the owners of Vivid Wrap work from their design studio in Bath, England.  Their inspiration comes from the world of fashion and interiors, and finds its way onto gift wrap, gift bags, wrapped boxes, and various packaging trims and adornments.   Their beautiful designs get silk screened onto recycled kraft paper or recycled cotton pulp (a by-product of the textile trade), which then become gift wrap, bags, and boxes.