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Vendor Feature: Ash & Anchor, Honeybrook Farms, Ann Egan Jewelry, and Boneshaker Print Shop

It’s that time in the Hullabaloo countdown—time to start introducing some of our awesome vendors! Two of them you’ve met at past Hullabaloos…and two are new friends. All are incredible additions to our line-up! Read about them below:

Ash and Anchor, Catskill, NY

We just LOVE Nina Pace’s bold yet-intricate patterns and everything she puts them on! Designed for the bohemian at heart, Ash and Anchor offers scarves, pillows, tea towels, serving platters, and more in truly unique designs that combine elements of flora and fauna, geometry and geology, astronomy, mythology, and more into a beautiful organic collision. Each time you look at one of Nina’s beautiful patterns, you discover something new about it—a snake weaving around the mandala-like image in the center of a platter, the Victorian-inspired roses on a pillow that remind you of your grandma’s house, how perfectly the background pattern of a scarf echoes the diamond in the focal point. We think everyone deserves to surround themselves with art…so pick out something for a few of your favorite people when you stop and say hello to Ash and Anchor at her first Hullabaloo!


Honeybrook Farms, Pine Bush, NY

Welcome back to Hullabaloo, Honeybrook Farms!  Their 100% natural honey and honey bee products are completely raw, unprocessed, uncooked, strained-only, and local—coming “direct from the beehive to you!” Todd has been a beekeeper since 1968, learning from a master beekeeper in Germany as a kid—and trust us, there’s a lot to learn!  Honeybrook offers wildflower honey, buckwheat honey, bee pollen and more, wholesaling to customers from the apiary in Pine Bush, and selling at local events. This year, they added jams made with honey to their line, and we CAN’T WAIT to try it!  


Ann Egan Jewelry, Kingston, NY

Ann Egan’s jewelry combines traditional elegance with intricate, exotic design. With juxtapositions of shapes and colors reminiscent of other art forms (think: mosaics, stained glass, and certain styles of painting), Ann’s work takes on a distinct aesthetic that melds different periods and styles (you can see the influence of her art history roots!). She uses semiprecious stones, Austrian crystals, Czech and Bohemian glass, and seed beads mosaicked into original brass castings, which have been oxidized for a vintage feel. This is Ann’s first Hullabaloo and we’re so excited to have her! Her beautiful and unique earrings, necklaces, and bracelets would be a big hit with the ladies in your life so be sure to check Ann’s table out!


Boneshaker Print Shop, Kingston, NY

Have you seen people walking around with those super-cool Kingston t-shirts? You know, the COOL ones! Yeah, now you know what we’re talking about: The old-school Stockade District map shirts, the retro uptown Kingston New York shirts, the “Stockade Names” tees, the Trail Marker tees, the Midtown Arts District tees? Steve from Boneshaker hand-screens clothing and accessories that pay tribute to our awesome City of Kingston. His shirts have sold out at both previous Hullabaloos, so get there early to grab yours! He’s also bringing along hoodies, bags, and beanies this year, so you can show your Kingston pride from head to…well, hip at least. And hip they are: these aren’t your typical tourist t-shirts—these original designs reflect Kingston’s cool vibe, historic hipness, and authentic, loveable grit!