Anew Nature is a St. Louis based furniture restoration and design house. Founded by Robert and Erica Karleskint, Anew Nature partnered with Mission: St. Louis, a local non-profit to teach vocational skills to marginalized inner city men.
Anew Nature offers uniquely designed and manufactured furniture, re-finishing and re-designing services, as well as training classes. Robert works out of the Kinloch building, located a couple buildings north of the Canyon Run Complex.Anew Nature's Website
Purveyors of fine milks, toasts and happiness. Co-owner Colleen Clawson envisions Milque Toast Bar as an inclusive place where everyone can enjoy and afford to eat, where artists and families can come together, and where all can share a good meal.Milque Toast's Website
South Jefferson MCM
South Jefferson Mid Century Modern offers the largest selection of mid-century retro furniture and home wares in the St. Louis region. In addition to their Saturday sales, co-owners Jamal (pictured) and Todd host a mid-century furniture auction on the first Thursday of every month.South Jefferson MCM on Instagram
Amanda and Susan are sisters who make cool shit! They are two sisters who want to kick ass, change the world, and take everyone with them! Raised in central Florida, they now reside in the Gateway to the West and love exploring its charms and best-kept secrets. Their goal is to introduce the world to our décor and accessories that mix simplistic beauty with a sense of moxie that will inspire others. Photo cred: St. Louis MagazineShop Golden Gems
Griffin 3D believes that 3D printing is and should be for everyone. There are two issues that one must keep in mind when using a 3D printer. The first issue to consider is your build volume, making sure that you have the right size printer for your needs. Secondly, let your imagination drive you.Visit Griffin 3D's Shop
Making Shots Photography & St. Louis Photo Studio
Martinez, Troy, Christopher, and Laz are four talented photographers looking to create a new standard of photography. Their studio at 2222 allowed their two companies to combine forces into one power-house of photo talent. Check out their respective pages to learn more: Making Shots and St. Louis Photo Studio.Visit Making Shot's Page
Metal worker Ellie Shepley uses recycled and re-purposed materials to create custom artwork as well as functional pieces for residential, commercial, and municipal clients. Her work has been featured locally and nationally.Check out Ellie's Sunflower Project
Peat is a stenSOUL artist known globally for colorful stencil portraits, large scale murals and his signature EYEZ waking up in-animate objects on the Street.
Peat incorporates his stencils and art in various short time lapse films which help his audience understand the stencil process, and his creative passion to wake up this world.Visit Peat's Website
Meet Lawrence Bryant (psst – everyone calls him LB). LB enjoys bringing the best out of your photographic needs whether it is portrait, concept, fashion, food, family, or concerts. Plus, he is a wedding expert!LB Photography's Website
The complex at 2222 S Jefferson Avenue was builtin 1906. Originally a carriage repair facility, the building was later used as an auto shop. Most recently, it was home to the Canyon Run Motorcycle Complex. Today, the building houses local St. Louis artists and artisans.