Find Little Eye at the following Maine retailers:
Beadin’ Path. 15 Main Street, Freeport, Maine. I’ve been going to the Beadin’ Path since I was a little kid, probably no older than 8 or 9 years old! So I was tickled pink when the owner asked me to make a line of antique-finish brass pendant beads for them. Coming soon in February 2013.
Coffee By Design. 43 Washington Ave., 67 India St., 620 Congress St., Portland, ME locations. 95 Main St. (inside L.L.Bean flagship store) in Freeport, ME. Little Eye and CBD partnered in mid-2010 to create a line of ‘java jewelry’ featuring coffee images in magnets, pins, hair clips, rings and necklaces. You can also order them from home, click here for their online shop.
Find 16 Free St., Portland, ME. (207)699-4285. Find features vintage and unique clothing as part of their clothing exchange, which is a billionty times better than consignment! Trade in your old duds for cash or store credit and realize, in one room, why Portlanders are so damn fashionable. Click here for Find’s website.
The Merchant Company. 656 Congress Street, Portland, ME. The Merchant Company is a collection of many, many local handmakers and artists, selling their wares together in a brick and mortar shop.
Picnic. Annual arts and music festival in Portland, ME. Run by a handful of creative and smart Mainers, Picnic features vendors who are fresh, original and usually very affordable! I’m psyched to have participated in 4 festivals since September 2009 and look forward to the next! Yeah, yeah, Picnic!
Rock and Art Shop. 36 Central Street in Bangor, ME. Natural history, art, aesthetics, science in a local community. Click here to view their website.
And, of course, if you don’t want to leave your house you can find me on Etsy.
If you are a shop owner and interested in carrying products from Little Eye, please contact me at littleeyedesigns at gmail dot com.