What our See Ya Summertime Market lacks in size, it makes up for in variety and unique talent. Hand-picking each of our stalls, we aim to provide you with an experience unlike any other market in Sydney. Across our 20 stallholders, you’ll find a range of common themes – Australiana, pastels and typically sweet illustrations juxtaposed with rude words and feminist mantras. Highlights include Salt Country’s koala caps, Zuku’s glass jewellery, Herbert Flores’ fiddle leaf figs and quirky ceramics [above] and Millie Hall’s bordering-on-offensive cards. There are few stalls without a strong sense of humour, begging to help you show off your wit with a brooch, card or tote bag.

Salt Country

Above:Salt Country’s embroidery

The crowd:

We probably wouldn’t recommend bringing your Catholic grandmother, or any children that might take a liking to new rude words, but of course everyone’s welcome at this event. Please bring your dogs too; we like puppies (and they’re heaps less impressionable than children). We also have a very non-offensive and super fun floristry workshop running on Sunday, featuring wild foliage and native florals.

Find a bargain:

Most of our stalls have something you can nab for pocket change, but for $10 or less we’d get a cute cockatoo print from Ellen Macintyre to hang on our walls!

Haus Of Dizzy

Above:Millie Hall’s hats

What’s the fuel?

We’ve got dumplings, great coffee and a bar serving ice cold beers! It’s the perfect farewell to summer. If you need extra incentive to stick around for a drink after you’ve perused to your heart’s content, we’ve also got some fantastic DJs playing across the weekend, including Adi Toohey, Shantan Wantan Ichiban, FlexMami and Mr. Friendly.

Stallholder info:

You can apply on our website, dearpluto.com.au

Millie Hall 1

Above:Millie Hall’s hats


107 Redfern St, Redfern


Our See Ya Summertime market runs over two days on Saturday February 18 and Sunday February 19 from 10am till 5pm. Stay in the loop about future markets by subscribing to the Dear Pluto mailing list on our website.


Dear Pluto’s See Ya Summertime Markettakes place at 107 Projects on bothSaturday February 18 and Sunday February 19.

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