Urban Street Bazaar: Dallas, TX.

The Bishop Arts District will always be one of our favorite neighborhoods in Dallas. I have said it many times before and will probably say it countless more as long as Mike resides in Dallas. Last weekend they had an Urban Street Bazaar that hosted local artists and makers. There was everything from vintage mobile stores to handmade scarves and quirky prints.   

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Overall it was a good festival but I was expecting more vendors. The vendors that were there were kind of pricey, although for this neighborhood I wasn't too surprised. However, it is always nice to get out and mingle with local artists and drool over hand crafted pieces. The highlight was scoring a #DallassTexass tank by Wheron Art I've been coveting for a while! Can't wait to show it to you!