UCU- What is your business and when did it form?
Kitchen Ink is an artistic partnership forged between Dinah DiNova and Rosin Bean James back in 2003. Since our early days making scrap patches in the kitchen of our communal house, we have traveled to the far corners of the continents to bring you our goods at craft fairs, demonstrations, and concerts. There’s no telling how we’ll get there, but once we do you are sure to find something delightfully unique amongst our stacks of buried treasure.
Kitchen Ink creates patches and baby clothes .We specialize in unearthing images from the depths of centuries past to supply you with variety of unique wearable art. Through this recollected imagery we illustrate our everyday lives with nostalgia, passion, a reverence for times past and a taste of bittersweet longing. All of our work is done by hand on recycled or sustainable materials. We concentrate on supporting others to mend and create with the simplicity of our own two hands.
UCU- If you could have a super power what would it be?
If I could have a super it would flying simple but the best.
UCU- Favorite holiday memory?
Favorite holiday memory was when the family cat got stuck up at the top of a very tall pine tree and a tree climber had to rescue it and then he had thanksgiving dinner with my crazy family.
UCU- Got any new items you will be showcasing at the show?
The newest items that I will be showcasing at the fair are five new fanciful images on an assorted color collection of organic and sweet shop free baby one pieces that are as soft as can be.