ArtsCetera Pop-Up Unites Local Vendors in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn

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After the farewell of the Dekalb Market, the open air mart in Downtown Brooklyn gloriously constructed of old shipping containers, select vendors have joined forces with Smith Street’s ArtsCetera to bring a regular pop-up shop to the neighborhood, an already a bustling shopping destination. Nanette De Cillis, owner of the children’s play space is launching the ArtsCetera Pop-Up this weekend.

The opening market includes several former Dekalb Market vendors along with a few new faces for a variety of unique, locally-made goods. Be sure to preview the evolving rotation of vendors at the neighborhood pop-up at Krrb.com/explore/artsceterapopup.

It's hard to believe but these palettes will be retooled as portable vendor booths.

It's hard to believe but these palettes will be retooled as portable vendor booths.

The ever resourceful Tyagi Schwartz of Dog Tag Designs created a moveable “set” of vendor displays using upcycled shipping palettes. The displays give this pop-up shop a signature style while still adapting to the vendor’s needs.

The pop-up interiors were created by Tyagi Schwartz of Dog Tag Designs, one of the winners of HGTV's Flea Market Flip.

The pop-up interiors were created by Tyagi Schwartz of Dog Tag Designs, one of the winners of HGTV's Flea Market Flip.

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Handmade pillows of the adorable kind.

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