Thank you to all the artists who are contributing to our booth at the Brooklyn Night Bazaar. It was fun last night and we’re doing it all again today and tomorrow starting at 5pm and continuing until 1am.

It was wonderful to meet some of our readers, encounter old friends and discover fellow Brooklyn creatives selling everything from cards and prints to artisanal food.

The interior design was a mix of hipster marble (aka plywood) and industrial minimalism. I was jokingly calling it Occupy Brooklyn Warehouse all night because of the pop-up quality of it all.

Take a look at some of the dozens of local artist-made items we had for sale in our booth.

Clockwise from top left, a view of the main display area with sculptures by Ben Godward and NohJColey on the top shelf, our wall of prints and collages by Michelle Vaughan and Sarah Walko, small figurines by Amy Wilson, one of the many artist-made zines on display, one of Chad Silver’s hilarious teddy bears, Rob Andrews delivering his “Minotaur Blood.” (all photos by the author)

The Brooklyn Night Bazaar is located at 149 Kent Avenue (between N5th and N6th Streets).

Hrag Vartanian is editor-in-chief and co-founder of Hyperallergic.