Analog “handmade and vintage shop” Soft Opens Today and Grand Opening this Saturday in Brookland

716 Monroe Street NE, Studio 5

From a press release:

“The owners of Analog, a handmade and vintage shop, are pleased to announce the store’s grand opening on Saturday, September 7, 2013 from noon to 7 p.m. Analog, located at the new Monroe Street Market at Brookland Metro, features handmade stationery and paper craft items from Craftgasm alongside vintage clothing and accessories from Beltway Vintage, formerly known as Quarter Life.

Owners Melissa Esposito of Craftgasm and Lisa Rowan of Beltway Vintage are pleased to welcome shoppers who might have visited them at local markets and events throughout the Washington, D.C. region over the past few years. Their studio/shop space at Monroe Street Market provides space for Esposito to make art prints using recycled paper goods and for Rowan to design accessories from reclaimed fabric.

“Alongside our products and work space, we’ll have room to invite visitors into the shop for events and workshops,” Esposito explained. Esposito is planning mail-art and letter-writing workshops, while Rowan envisions vintage-themed socials and fashion history discussions.

Analog’s owners are thrilled to be a part of the Monroe Street Market community. “Each day we meet another artist who will be joining us,” Rowan said, “and each day we’re blown away not just by the talent that’s being collected here, but by the kindness and sense of community we’re feeling right away.”

Visit: Analog
A handmade and vintage shop by Craftgasm and Beltway Vintage
716 Monroe Street NE, Studio 5

Hours: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday: 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday: by appointment or luck

Analog will soft-open on Thursday, September 5 at 12 p.m. The grand opening event takes place on Saturday, September 7.”

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