• J.c. casey  New york
  • An outspoken lover of friendly banter, music and the holy spirit, Irish-born John Casey has been at work handcrafting rubber stamps in NYC since the early 1980s. For years Casey ran his custom stamp workshop on 7th Avenue in the West Village, but in 2003 transported his operation to a little storefront on East 11th Street. The bulk of Casey’s stamp production is done for local entrepreneurs, graphic designers and fashion industry folks… More info
    322 East 11th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10003
  • New york central art supply New york
  • Steve Steinberg presides over his art supply store in the East Village like a king over his domain. The store has been in the family since his grandfather, Benjamin Steinberg, opened it in 1905. It has been in the same location ever since and students from surrounding universities like NYU and Cooper Union flock to its well-stocked shelves. On three stories you can find anything that an artist's heart desires from 3-foot-long Chinese brushes to… More info
    62 Third Ave, Manhattan, New York, NY 10003
  • Pink olive New york
  • Grace Kang opened Pink Olive, an impressive little gift shop near Tompkins Square Park, being inspired by her niece and her own favorite color combination. Having come up through the retail world as a buyer for Barney’s, Bloomingdale’s, and Saks Fifth Avenue, it’s pretty safe to say Kang knows what she’s doing. Her personal love for gift giving suffuses a space stocked with unique and whimsical items for any occasion, including birthdays… More info
    439 East 9th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10009
  • Whiskers holistic pet care New york
  • Whiskers Holistic Pet Care is much more than a quirky pet store. Owners Randi and Phil Klein opened the shop on E. 9th St. in 1988 and have been on a mission to educate pet owners about alternatives to mainstream pet care practices ever since. Whiskers focuses primarily on cats and dogs, but they also provide information about caring for birds and other small creatures. Neither Phil nor Randi are veterinarians, but their consultation is based on… More info
    235 East 9th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10003
  • Landmark vintage bicycles New york
  • Landmark Bicycles' East Village location opened in 2008, after fans of shop owner Chung Pai's film Love on a Bicycle asked him where they could purchase the stylish vintage bikes from the movie. Now Landmark offers both used and new bikes, and Pai expanded east to Brooklyn in 2011, where he opened a larger store on the other side of the Williamsburg Bridge, catering to bike commuters who can ride over as early as 8am with their cycling needs… More info
    43 Ave A (Corner E3rd), Manhattan, New York, NY 10009
  • Still house New york
  • Inspired by a fascination with three-dimensional objects and a background in sculpture, in 2011 Urte Tylaite opened Still House – a cool, calm nexus where nature mingles with contemporary design. A storefront not far from the infamous St. Mark’s Place in the East Village - with its mixed vibe of arts, grit and sophistication - seemed the perfect spot to sell an eclectic product assortment at diverse price points. Inside, a vase from a… More info
    117 East 7th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10009
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