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Anthropologie Is Spreading the Creative Growth Art Center Love

Charles Esseltine bar tray and coasters, a Monica Valentine sequined ornament, and Franna Lusson art. Images courtesy of <a href="http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/index.jsp">Anthropologie</a>
Charles Esseltine bar tray and coasters, a Monica Valentine sequined ornament, and Franna Lusson art. Images courtesy of Anthropologie

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Are you even a little surprised that Anthropologie has found more Bay Area designers to love? Nope? Didn't think so. In addition to ceramics from Yonder Shop's Linda Fahey, the boho-retailer will be adding a trio of designers from Oakland's Creative Growth Art Center to its roster next month. Starting November 3, you'll be able to find a special collection of home décor and tableware based on Charles Esseltine's origami prints, Monica Valentine's intricate beadwork, and Franna Lusson's striking illustrations. The collection is timed for holiday gifting, but no one would fault you for snagging a few pieces for yourself.
· Anthropologie [Official Site]
· Wander Over Yonder to Linda Fahey's Pacifica Shop [Racked]