With the Supersonic 2023 site opening in just over a month, we’re proud to share with you our Market Place traders!
The Market Place has been a vibrant part of Supersonic Festival for many years now. It’s a space for independent distributors, record labels, poster artists and pedlars of all kinds of curiosities to sell their wares, network and meet audiences & likeminded folks face to face.
This year, the Market Place will be situated once again at our Festival hub, The Mill, taking place on the weekend of 1 – 3 Sept 2023. We’re bringing our global community back together with an ambitious programme of mind bending music, sense shifting art and life altering experiences.
Here’s who you’ll find peddling their wares…
From Birmingham to Tokyo and back! Bunny Bissoux will be selling original zines, prints & goods exploring pop culture and desire through a queer gaze – plus vintage trading card packs, select music mags & ephemera.
Boswellian Artifacts will be returning with an array of of weirdo wares for infernal freaks. Original screen printed t shirts, zines, limited edition books and prints.
Alongside his sold out workshop at Supersonic, Farmer Glitch will be bringing a range of sonic devices, electronics project kits and audio releases from Yeovil’s Eastville Project Space, along with one-off artworks and vintage vinyl.
Anti-profit publisher Dog Section Press will be stocked with anarchist books, pamphlets and zines, as well as their quarterly newspaper DOPE Magazine. They’ll also be selling publications on behalf of Exitstencil Press, including Dial House, a new work by Lucy McLauchlan.
Shelanu: Women’s Craft Collective (supported by Craftspace) – Shelanu, a collective of migrant and refugee women working with Craftspace, will be offering high quality jewellery and objects for sale inspired by the city, cross cultures and shared experiences of migration.
Finally, Another Realm promises a curiosity cabinet of handmade trinkets, art and adornments, from lasercut jewellery to giclée prints, cards, zines, mugs and coasters.