Check out these amazing photos from our Derby photoshoot! Block Party Handmade Boutique is THE place to get everything you need for Derby!
Make sure to stop by the Frankfort Avenue store tomorrow for our all day Derby event including limited edition prints, jewelry, fascinators, bath and body products and crafts for kids!
Join us for our first Fat Friday Trolley Hop celebration at 2916 Frankfort Avenue! We will be presenting brand new work from Horrible Adorables and will be open from 6pm–9:00pm. Join us for refreshments, some vinyl spinning, and good times!
About Horrible Adorables:
(not so) Horrible, (absolutely) Adorable
Horrible Adorables are collections of strange and fantastical creatures. They are created by Jordan Elise Perme and Chris Lees, a wife and husband team based out of Cleveland, Ohio. Horrible Adorables initially started off as the brainchild of Jordan, who began dreaming up beasts while completing her BFA in Fiber and Material Studies. Since then, it has become a collaborative venture of shared ideas.
Block Party Handmade Boutique is proud to be the Louisville gallery for Horrible Adorables and we can’t wait to show off these new creatures to you at our brand new location on Frankfort Ave!
On Friday February 6, during the Republic Bank First Friday Trolley Hop, Block Party will host a Valentine’s Day shopping night from 5-9PM.
Specials that night include:
- new art from Jordan Elise of Horrible Adorables, who creates beautiful faux taxidermy creatures that are perfect for Valentine’s Day
- handmade Valentine’s Day gifts from Block Party artists including calligraphy, paintings, art prints and jewelry
- 10% off all Valentine’s Day themed items
- a typewriter poet who will create a custom poem for customers on the spot
- DJ Shred/Destroy playing music
- beverages and refreshments
About Jordan Elise:
Jordan Elise Perme is the creator of Horrible Adorables; a collection of faux taxidermy mounts featuring strange creatures and wonderful wonders! Jordan dreams up the creatures from the most peculiar part of her imagination and then sculpts each one-of-a-kind Horrible Adorable from foam, wool felt, and eerily realistic glass eyes. In 2009 Jordan graduated with a BFA in Fiber and Material Studies from The Cleveland Institute of Art. With a passion for novelty repeat patterns and silly objects, she also works as a freelance toy and textile designer. Jordan has proudly designed for companies such as Little Tikes, Hasbro and JoAnn Fabrics.