Adornamorphosis Jewelry by Ruby Pinto was such a hit in May, she’ll be back August 17! If you missed Ruby before now is your chance to snag some of the coolest copper jewelry in the city.
As always, Build’s patio pop-ups are during the 61st Street Farmers Market, which blessedly appears just outside the shop’s doors every Saturday.
Ruby Pinto is an artist and organizer based in Chicago. She’s inspired to make art out of repurposed materials, and when she has the chance, she loves to create work that must be touched and even taken apart to be fully enjoyed. A founding member of For the People Artists Collective, Ruby believes that artistic expression and creative collaboration are at the core of liberation. Her jewelry is made mostly of scrap metal, primarily copper, sourced from construction and demolition projects in Chicago and Pittsburgh, PA. She’s also recently integrated ethically-sourced bones into her work, and loves to highlight the intricacies and simplicity of nature’s designs in the jewelry she creates.
Build Coffee is a coffee shop and bookstore in the Experimental Station on the South Side of Chicago. Surrounded by community-driven non-profits and civic journalism projects, Build is designed as a hub of great coffee and radical collaboration.
For a full schedule of events at the shop, including weekly patio vendors, check buildcoffee.org/#events
Interested in tabling on the Build Coffee patio during the 61st Street Farmers Market? Reach out to Bea at firstname.lastname@example.org with info about yourself and your availability.