UNDISCOVERED SF Creative Market is a curated collection of emerging artists and merchants that celebrate San Francisco's new cultural district - SoMa Pilipinas! Enjoy local artisans, food vendors, live music/dance performances, and flavor each month.
435 Brannan St #110
San Francisco, CA 94107
Saturday, December 1st, 2018
11am-6pm Early arrival suggested.
It's totally FREE. No Tickets Needed!
100% Pure Soy Vegan Candles from the San Francisco Bay Area.
Colorful sea life paintings and sculptures created by New Orleans and Bay Area artist Annie Walker.
Arkipelago Books has been a pillar to the community for 20 years and exists as the only distributor of speciality books outside of the Philippines.
Handmade jewelry made to accentuate the beauty of brown women. Featuring an educational aspect that includes stories of pre-Spanish colonial folklore and deities.
Handmade energy jewelry made with gold fill and semi-precious gemstones. Attract good vibes and share positivity with our jewelry.
Clothing, accessories and art inspired by the Bay’s local sports teams.
Inspired by Filipino and Filipino-American history, struggle, and experience.
Surf ponchos for the not-so-average adventurer.
Publishing stories for families and communities to understand their past, present and future, so that their immigration story gives them a better understanding of who they are.
Leading authority for the propagation and instruction of the Philippine script.
For the love of letterpress, one card at a time.
Oakland-based designer using an alcohol based ink to burn abstract designs into glass creating unique, one of a kind modern stained glass.
An LGBTQ artist whose work is driven to create a unique visual language. One which might amuse, intrigue, and occasionally confuse. Creator of bright and colorful drawings, hats, and shirts.
A lifestyle brand dedicated to connect one to each other's roots. Ginto Seeds clothing and accessories are tools that encourage individuality, style, creates dialogue and a sense of cultural pride.
We make attractively simple products -- for the kid who never wants to grow up, and the adult who never did!
Weaving together culture and community with handcrafted designs by indigenous and traditional Filipina/o weavers and artisans.
Local, Filipino, and Fresh: Henny & Lumpia by Filipinoish is a Filipino heritage and cultural apparel and streetwear brand.
The Art of Filipino Plant Medicine. Culturally rooted, indigenous medicine contemporized to modern day spiritual self-care products.
Color-it-yourself greeting cards printed on hemp paper.
Apparel, accessories & hardgoods brand serving as a point of connection. Based in San Diego.
Art and attire for the bold and daring individual celebrating the beauty in diversity.
A clothing line based in Oakland, CA that fuses African fabrics with urban American style.
Handmade Filipino indigenous jewelry and dresses, upcycle jewelry, and art.
We make hand poured 100% soy candles scented with essential oils, uniquely framed chalkboards, mirrors and art.
Celebrating travel and Filipino heritage with curated goods and souvenirs from around the world.
Specializing in creating 100% handmade bath and body products free from any harmful ingredients.
Kumare in tagalog means close female friend. Kumare Culture is an independent, Filipina-owned business that promotes unity and support to all Filipinas and women of color by sharing the meaning of kumare through their designs.
Multi-lingual children’s books that celebrate the experiences of children in the Filipino Diaspora
Kids clothing inspired by Taglish phrases, pop culture, and whimsical adventures.
LipSense is unlike any conventional lipstick, stain or color. It's lip color that is waterproof, kiss proof, smudge proof, and lasts up to 18 hours! Doesn't transfer or bleed.
Farm-to-table Filipino Food sourced from Sonoma County.
Binka Bites is made of fun & exotic ingredients, such as coconut and rice flour, inspired by a tropical holiday pastry from the exotic Philippine islands called Bibingka (pronounced as bee-beeng-kah).
Specializing in Filipino Lechon, slow roasted boneless pork belly with crispy skin.
Serving hot sizzling authentic Filipino food and delicacies.
Small batch chocolates made with cacao from the Philippines using Swiss techniques.
Sarap Shop will be serving up a special halo-halo bar this holiday season!
Filipino desserts inspired by the rich, tropical flavors of the homeland.
Handmade Filipino and Latin-inspired desserts like ube tartlets and calamansi cake!
DJ and co-founder of Skratchpad whose mission is to make beats inspired by her favorite producers and to spread the knowledge she gained from studying Hiphop and the art of DJing to the next generation of hungry DJs.
Each with their respective paths in production and performance, indie rock, soul and R&B outfits for the former, sound collage and beat tapes for the latter, Ibilin & Oblivion is an amalgamation of lush soundscapes and hard-hitting beats, with the warmth of meaningfully reflective vocals.
Deejay from Frisco to Obispo and back again.
Mike Dayao is exploring his solo path as a Hawaiian Contemporary Musician, sharing ALOHA and positive island vibes to the masses.
Deliverer of the diverse, DJ Style Free embraces sounds of electro pop, dub-trap, nu-disco, deep house, future bass and melts them as one flavor.
Bay Area producer and DJ serving up dope beats and chill vibes.
Anh Bui is a San Francisco-based visual artist and curator. Born in Hanoi, Vietnam, and traveling to the United States at the age of 10, Anh uses art to confront his trans-cultural experiences, and place these experiences within a wider sociopolitical and cultural context.
Kristiana is a first generation Malaysian-Chinese artist, writer, and educator whose work explores the intersection of ancestry, healing, and mythology.
Mel Vera Cruz is living his life as an artist. Come see his work at Undiscovered. Curated by Kularts.
Born in Japan and raised in the Bay Area, Maya Fuji's art is inspired by both her cultural heritage as well as the local cultures of the SF Bay Area. Her work explores themes of traditional Japanese myths and folklore within the context of modern day society and pop culture.
Rea (pron. RAY-uh) Lynn de Guzman is an interdisciplinary artist working in painting, print media, and sculpture. Her work explores psychological and socio-political themes surrounding liminal identity, cultural assimilation, and the Filipino/a diaspora.
Charlene’s art is inspired by expressive moods and emotions that all tell a story. A self taught artist, Art has always been a therapeutic passion and an expressive outlet to connect, enrich, and inspire.
Mariela Montero is a San Francisco-based artist whose experience as a Filipinx American womxn informs her practice, which is rooted in diaspora studies and post-colonial theory.
Paolo Salazar is an extremely dedicated artist who moved to the East Bay when he was a toddler by way of Baguio city in the Philippines. He can now be found scouring all corners of San Francisco soaking up what the city's people have to offer and spewing it into oil based perceptions of reality.
Samantha Schilf, who paints under the name “Sami See”, is a Bay Area Native and aerosol muralist. As a second generation, bi-racial, Filipinx-American, her work explores elements of her cultural roots and unique experience of reconnecting and re-membering intergenerational wisdom.
Malaya Tuyay is an Oakland based interdisciplinary artist utilizing printmaking, installation, textiles and digital media to navigate the intersections of her queer mixed race Filipinx-American identity.
Maria is a freelance illustrator and exhibiting artist based in Oakland. Currently, Maria is a mama of 2 spirited girls and working with a Filipinx artists collective Epekto Art Projects.