Stall Holders 2020 Uncategorized

stall holder spotlight: Overcommunicate Magazine

Overcommunicate Magazine is a zine for LGBTQIA+ women, non-binary folk, gender diverse people, and friends. 

The zine is packed with cool queer content, including essays about queer issues, personal accounts of people’s queer journeys, poetry and artwork.

Stall Holders 2020 Uncategorized

stall holder spotlight: BlackHeart Illustration

Auckland based Creative/LGBTA supporter / I am Bi
Finding Beauty in Darkness!

I Sketch with Pencil/ Markers/Pens/Ink
I create Illustration Prints , and specialise in T-Shirts as well
I am inspired by and like to Devour in ….
Poetry, Music, Photography, Architecture, Physc, Expression, Dark Beauty,
Raw Emotions, Horror, Goth, Queer, Mental Health, The Unspoken, The Weird , The Untamed.
The Darkness hidden inside Beauty
The Beauty Behind the Darkness
The incredible form of it.

Stall Holders 2020 Uncategorized

stall holder spotlight: Billie

Hi my name’s Billie I identify as queer non binary. I make hand poured soy candles with healing crystals and organic spray free petals. My products are vegan and environmentally friendly. I have some super fun scents coming up soon! Check out my Instagram manu_rama_candles if you want to have a look.

Stall Holders 2020 Uncategorized

stall holder spotlight: Doom Wear

Doom Wear sells genderless clothing and accessories handmade in Aotearoa.


We’re back!

This year’s been a bit of an adventure! I’m kī, and I’ve taken over from Sam for 2020.

The kaupapa hasn’t changed. Ultimately, we’re here to showcase queer art and help make connections, at no cost to stallholders or visitors 🙂

That said, there are a couple of changes. We have a lot more room, including indoor stalls, which means I’m able to accept applications for stalls which’ll be larger than a single trestle table. If you’ve got clothing racks or larger sculptures, no worries! Let me know.

Because we’re partnering with Fresh Finds, which is a monthly market in the same location, there’s a few Fresh Finds regulars who’ll have stalls as well, and they won’t be going through this application process. Of course, everyone’s aware this is a special Pride market, and nobody who’s not okay with that kaupapa’s here.

Let your friends know! Applications close in a couple of weeks, and you can sign up here.