Here’s what is up for grabs at the April 28th market!

April 28th, 2013

At Rococo Gallery, Rest House Road (Off Brigade Road), Bangalore

11 AM to 6 PM

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11 AM to 1 PM

FUN WITH WASTE, KIDS! 

Come over with scrap paper, used tin cans, or plastic bottles. Make fun bunting, and other decorative things to make 220 look festive! We will also give you some materials to work with.

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Glass cutting

12 Noon and 2 PM

Demo on cutting waste glass to make charms, mobiles, and more! Catch Saarus of Glasshopper as she shares her glass-charm making skills.

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Recycling Ideas 

All day

Come see recycling ideas that you can execute every day in your home, at the recycling corner. Easy to make, with materials that we discard everyday!

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2 PM to 6 PM Devika Ganapathy and Arjun

will have a section to exchange toys. In the age range of 4 to 7 years.  If your kids have toys which they would like to exchange for another one, bring them along!

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11 AM 

We Read Therefore We Are, book club, will be giving away about 70 books 

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And here is the list of sellers! (This is subject to changes, please watch this space and the Facebook group for updates).

Krishna Kasturi Baby stuff: walker, mosquito net, bottle steamer, plastic sheets (queen sized), baby activity mat/gym, kids toys, puzzles, board games, sundry kitchen stuff – tea cups, saucers, china bowls, glass tumblers. Music CDs – instrumental, hindustani, bhajans. Electronic wires, cables. 11 AM to 1 PM
Bharathi Upcycled jewellery made with magazine paper 11 AM to 1 PM
Latha Feeding bottle steriliser, Coffee mug(s), some plastic items, coffee filter, antique brass crafts, toys, baby  tricycle 11 AM to 1 PM
Reena Daniel Used clothes 11 AM to 1 PM
Sarika Clothes, accessories, bags 11 AM to 1 PM
Kusum Rohra Accessories, household goods 2 PM to 6 PM
Manjari Boutique Recycled bottles, scrap cloth purses, and upcycled denim bags 2 PM to 6 PM
Josephine Upcycled grocery bags, totes, yoga mat bags, water dispenser covers. 2 PM to 6 PM
Samaneh Jawad Mini carpets, tiny pots around my house, bedsheets, and other household things 11 AM to 1 PM
Leena Minukempanna Used furniture and toys 2 PM to 6 PM
Devika Ganapathy Kids clothes and toys.Kids toy exchange 2 PM to 6 PM
Mahalakshmi Kids toys, Kids bicylce (2-4 years), decorative items, Sarees, Kids jeans (boys 2-5 years), Jackets (boys 2-4 years and women), Home decor items 2 PM to 6 PM
Aparna George Upcycled glass bottles and jars with paint, wool and crochet work 2 PM to 6 PM
Artsy Craftsy Mukta Hair and fashion accessories, upcycled glass bottles, bags, wall hangings, tissue boxes, trays Whole day
Anokhi Planet Handmade and upcycled Calvin and Hobbes Trays; fun coaster sets – Asterix, Tintin, Superheroes; and some of our old favourites Whole day
Sachin Furniture, household and kitchen items, grinder, old cloths, shoes, books Whole day
Yasmeen Clothes/Accessories/Home decor items Whole day
Swapna Namboodiri Glassy Dreamz has its ‘Go Green’ product range which includes handmade accessories from used plastic bottles ( Earrings, Kerala Mural painted pendant + earring set, Hair accessories, wrist bands etc ) And also handmade home- décor items from trash. Whole day
Rainbow Bunting Upcycled denim products, upcycled baby food tins, upcycled wine bottles Whole day
Marissa Products made from consumer waste mainly re-cycled soda and beer cans and also fabric waste. Whole day
Shylin David Plenty of books and clothes and knick-knacks Whole day
Nigel Martin Old and used DVDs of all regional Whole day
Smriti Mehra Clothes and accessories Whole day
Zehra Rafiq – Ethnocraft Up cycled teak and rosewood products like trays coasters,daddy’s stools blackboard Whole day
Aruna Padmanabhan Range of products made out of newspaper pulp and ceramic mixture. Vases, penstands and candle stands. Candles made with used candle drippings. Whole day
Indu Anthony Household goods, clothes, electronics Whole day
Satthvam Recycled carton carry bags and boxes, recycled scrap cloth products, recycled gift envelopes, thank you notes, gift tags, price tags (specially for the other sellers on 220 flea market!!)Women’s clothes – Sparingly used salwar suit, and other dresses, men’s clothes – Shirts, Sweaters, Kid clothes – onsies, jeans, etc. Whole day
Silver Nut Tree Upcycled jewellery and accessories made from PET Plastic,Punctured Rubber Tubes, washers, etc. Home decor products upcycled from, glass bottles, CDs, PET plastic Whole day
Leviathan Customz Pen stands from cassettes, upcycled tin cans, reused spray cans as decor pieces, jewellery fromjunk, hand painted bottles, framed art pieces scavenged from old magazines and catalogs and other odds and ends… Whole day
Arshi Anjum Used clothes, used accessories, a few decorative glasses, which have never been used Whole day
Audumbar Art Table lamps and also hanging lampshades made with used bottles. Whole day
Anu Gummaraju Gently used clothes, accessories, steel plates/bowls Whole day
Refresh Studios Lamps, lampshades, decor made with papier mache Whole day
Nikhil Hulamani Bottle art, pens made of news paper , catalog papers and book marks made of sheets of old invitation and greeting cards, quilling art on it, diaries- made of the pages of old diaries and quilling art on the cover. Frames made of old card board and wedding cards. Whole day

 FOOD!

Shreeparvati Taravath Jams, pickles, tarts, melting moments. Whole day
Sowmya Reddy vegan food – sandwiches, cup cakes Whole day
Chocorazzi Cupcakes, gourmet desserts, chocolates, truffles Whole day
Gouri Tanmoy Assorted breads, confectionery, sandwiches & a cold beverage Whole day
GoodieFoodies Snacks Veg /non veg cutlets, chicken bun, aloo bun,kollakatta (steamed rice balls with coconut fillings) 2 PM to 6 PM
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Jan 26th, 2013, market roundup

Rococo Gallery played a charming, verdant, host to the 7th 220 flea market. With each market, we grow, we learn.. and this was no different. All our upcycler stars were there and some new friends as well, with their unused things finding their way into new homes.

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Beanie babies, bum bags, lamps, tees, jewellery from plastic bottles, cookware, jerry can planters… and more, added so much colour!

A huge shout out, thank you, to all our sellers. Star volunteers Prrethi Prabhu, Saarus Nirhali, Aiyisha Razeek, and Chinanshu Sharma, for so untiringly managing the entry and registration desk!

Thank you also to those who gave to the 220 fund; Poornima Bhola, Shylin David, Swapna N, Mamma’s Kitchen, Shwetha Mathew, Rabi Rathnakar, My Sunny Balcony, Vaishak, and Nirmala for supporting us with contributions, which will go into getting some PR material done for our next market.

We had so many conversations about taking the market to new venues. And while we work on that… keep recycling!

What’s up! at the July 15th flea market

Range De will be at the market to talk about micro financing. Do come and talk to them.

brings you recycling ideas for everyday life coming in through their Whattay Waste campaign on The Alternative. Look out for a colorful wall collage of poster prints of these ideas!

Come and add to the wall! Share your ideas for recycling, re-use and reduce at the event.

Look out for the green tips corner to take away every day recycling ideas.

What’s up at the April 22nd flea market!

Second to None and Citizen Matters present the 4th Flea Market.

Preethi Prabhu and volunteers will be there all day to talk to volunteers about the concept of lending micro loans to rural entrepreneurs.

Goonj, the NGO, will be there from 11 AM to 2 PM to sell books that they have received in collections to raise funds for the NGO. Support!

Catch Heal the Soil as they share a fast and fun way to keep us healthy by growing our own superfood in the tinniest space possible, bringing the idea called ‘Urban Permaculture’ to Bangalore. On sale will be homemade natural soaps, handmade paper bookmarks, grow your own superfood kits and tees to  raise funds for the ‘Slum Kitchen Garden Project’ in Bangalore.

Between 1 and 3 PM, meet Sushanth and Yatin from WiserLocal, who will talk to you about this initiative which connects people across borders as well within the community to  get together and work on any cause, like infrastructure, loss of green cover, waste management, and more.

Adding more updates here:

Sejal Shah: Jewellery made with paper, cloth, and other scraps: Whole day.

Schedule – Feb 5th flea market!

Just a few more days to go to the flea market and here we are! There have been a couple of cancellations and some new additions to the roster here… So be sure to check this out.

UPDATES!

Pramila will be at the market from 2 to 6 PM with her recycled plastic self-watering pots and decoupage products!

TreesForFree will be there all day to talk about their effort to bring the trees back to Bangalore. Please show up, talk to them and support them! 

We will have Vani Murthy at the market from 11 AM to 2 PM to talk to interested people about composting in their neighbourhoods and making use of waste. (http://ecomurthy.wordpress.com/)

Collection boxes for clothes, and books to be donated to schools will be available. If you have empty diaries, notebooks and such which can be used by children as notebooks, please donate.

Book exchange! One table will be dedicated to exchanging books. Bring a book and take a book, in the spirit of the same being done at the literary fest, Lekhana.

ENTRY FEE: Like in the last market, we will have an entry fee of Rs.20 each for visitors, which will go towards covering our few expenses and to Jaaga.

See you all soon!

TIME WHO WHAT
WHOLE DAY Enthucutletswritetoenthucutlets@gmail.com Saree table runners, baggage tags, dustbins, planters, pinup boards, kitchen towel holder, mug holder, black board, organic rice, home made sonth-tamarind chatani, foot amrit, wall art
Taantra organic cakeshttp://taantraa.wordpress.com Exotic Coffee Choco, Earthy Moong Dal, Aromatic Orange Almond, Enlightfully Nutty, Miss Simplicity Choco-la’, Piousness (eggless), Gluten Free
Nature in a Bottle (Hema Mahesh) Gourmet Jams
Sonali Doshi Some house hold things. Footwear. and recycled bags.
A Hundred Handswww.ahundredhands.com Toys, baby clothes, balms, crochet jewellery, shopping bags and much much more.
Sahana Jewellery from beads teamed with satin and metal wire, and also upcycled feather jewelry.
HodgePodgehttp://hodgepodgedes.blogspot.com/ Handmade home decor consisting of recycled glass/plastic bottles,mug planters,kettles,buckets,lamps etc.
Jayashree Pradeep Used household goods
Ashokhttp://www.pvalues.com Organic and natural bath scrub called loofah that exfoliates skin and discourages use of plastic.
Richa Chhapolia Used household items, books, wall hangings, gift items, video games, electronics plus SSK (Spastics Society of Karnataka)’s products
Madhuri Kumarhttp://cookcurrynook.wordpress.com Home-baked goodies
Anokhi Planethttp://www.facebook.com/Anokhi.Planet Upcycled wine bottles – “Message on a Bottle”, Hair accessory holders for children”s clips and hairbands, Button necklaces, Retro Jewellery boxes – remember those days reading Phantom, Tarzan, Superman, Spiderman comics…the world still needs superheroes!
John Fennessy http://hamsahorganicfarmandsustainableliving@facebookVegetables, fruits, peanut butter, pesto, etc… from our organic farm.
Zehra Rafiq Upcycled rosewood and teak wood products
Abhishek Agarwal Recycled items made from car wheels and other car parts. Apart from this other items made from junk.
Badrinath Used household items like clothes, electronic items, cookware etc.
Antara G Bhattacharya * glass jars votives, * products made out of old magazines & newspaper (coasters, boxes etc.), * baby pram, * high chair, * baby carrier
Anu Gummaraju Place mats made from pages of old books (guitar motifs), dinner napkin rings made from used cardboard tubes and scraps of gift wrap, used books, couple of well kept clothes, some crockery, and some upcycled art.
Vinita Jain Selling hand made jewellery which is made by an NGO called Vatsalya. I will also be selling envelopes & hand made greeting cards.
Jyothi Bothra Clothes, accessories and household items
Reena Chengappa Upcycled wine bottles.
Geetha Krishnan Home-made bakes – some sweet & some savory bakes.
Rabi Rathnakar Papier mache’ lamps, vases and lamp shades made out of re-cycled materials.
 Maruthesh  Un-used new saree, well-kept warm clothing,Used household goods, etc
11 AM to 1 PM Shruthy B Some hand painted pots, recycled home ware, some unused old jewellery
Gautam Kotian 2 mirrors (fairly large)
Indu Antony Used clothes(used once or some not even once), glass bowls, some used bags, a steam inhaler, a camera bag
Anjali Varma Kitchen items, clothes, cushions
Dinesh/Rekha 1) Few decoupaged vases(about 5-6), 2) clothes,shoes(1-2yrs girl), 3) Baby carrier, 4) New Unused clothes(for Women)
Shruthi Unused jewellery
2 PM to 6 PM Karaashilphttp://www.facebook.com/Karaashilp Upcycled Denim products, repurposed home decor stuff
Monika Manchandahttp://monikamanchanda.wordpress.com Old books and cupcakes
Modhsudhan SyUta: Recycled Cloth Bags
Deki Toys, household knick knacks, books etc.
Yellow Button store Handcrafted Jewelry inspired by the tradition of waste management.
Megha Moorthy Clothes, stationery
Anumeha – Prishth Handcrafted Gifts Handmade paper products and other gift/stationery items.
Cup-a-cake Cup cakes