Stall Holder Spotlight: Rainbow T Towel Love

Rainbow T Towel Love are back again at our Market SATURDAY DECEMBER 17. They’ll be selling their beautiful handmade screen-printed T-Towels, T-Shirts and Bags.




End of Year Market

The Everyone and Everything Market is back again for a end of year market! It’s a chance to support local artists, and buy queer/awesome-centric gifts for the holidays.

The market will be held on December 17th from 12-3pm at Rainbow Youth (end of Abbey St).

If you’re interested in applying for a stall head on over to the Stall Holder’s application page (applications close at the end of the month)


Everything and Everyone is small eclectic market celebrating DIY arts, crafts, comics and self-publishing. Inspired by Auckland’s zinefest and First Thursday events – with a particularly queer flavour.

This is an event for people wanting to buy or sell goods exploring queerness, transness, sexuality, gender, poly, kink, leather, feminism, geekery, and everything in between. In short it is an art and craft market for Everything and Everyone!




Kakelake (it’s German for cockroach) has been distributing local and international zines and small press around Auckland for a few years now, whenever the time, the place and the mood are right. We’ve got a range of zines and books to bring along on Saturday – all some kind of queer and some kind of awesome. Keep an eye out for some free stuff fresh off the photocopier just for Everything and Everyone.



Taine’s amazing bow ties were a last minute addition to our fair last year – he has been making bow ties by hand for two years now. Designs this year include Batman, Star Wars, pineapples, rainbows and pukekos. They are made with meticulous attention to detail, taking around 3 hours each, and will be selling for $25 – $30.



We’re stoked about having Mellow Yellow stall for us this year, just in time for the release of Issue Six of their nominal zine. Mellow Yellow are dedicated to radical social change from a section of the “Asian” tau iwi population in Aotearoa. They work towards  opening up a space in which Asian feminists in Aotearoa can speak and communicate our specific and diverse experiences, to counter the dominant white feminisms and left-wing politics, to challenge colonialism, racism, sexism and all forms of unjust social hierarchy. To engage in decolonisation, to create understanding between all oppressed people, to support each other, to inspire solidarity and organise collectively for a better world.

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