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We are out searching for the best travel trinkets, gifts and useful items for your journeys to be featured within the Moroccan Souk. Stalls and suppliers will be featured here when they are announced. If you wish to have a stall at Atlas, please complete the Exhibit form.

Indi Clothing Co

Our Official Adventure Park Sponsor

When deciding upon the stalls that would feature at Atlas Festival, we had a strict criteria in their company ethos, look and fit with our travelling theme. We are absolutely over the moon to be able to partner with a company after our own heart. We welcome Indi Clothing Co. as our Official Adventure Park sponsor, who will also be retailing their incredible range of outdoor inspired products at Atlas.

Bold and imaginative, they bring you a collection of quality clothing and accessories, inspired by their passion for nature, travel and outdoor adventures.

Designed and handprinted on the Yorkshire coast, their products are sold to all corners of the world, influencing like-minded people to explore, discover and wander. They take a lot of pride in their unique small business approach to production, packaging and customer care - giving their customers a memorable experience.

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El Beav Laser Specialist

El Beav Laser Specialist pride themselves on manufacturing products of distinguished quality. Each piece can be fully customised and tailored to your imagination. They provide a laser engraving service for Wood, Leather, Perspex, Metal, Slate, Ceramics, Glass, Paper, Card and Textiles.

They will be bringing along some of their best-selling pieces for sale at the festival alongside taking orders for customisation such as their delightful travel-inspired pieces which we absolutely adore!

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Unistylez

We wouldn't be a festival without a bit of sparkle and glitter, so we introduce another of our wonderful stallholders to you, Unistylez!

Famous for their glitter makeovers, they bring energy and fun into their wonderfully kitsch pink playground. Perfect for kids as well as those that want that true festival vibe, make sure you pay a visit early so you can sit back and relax amongst the unicorns and doughnuts before you head off in search of adventure!

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Rumah

Jaki from our unique homeware stall Rumah explains her special handcrafted wares:

Rumah is an Indonesian word meaning home. We sell lovely things to make YOUR home beautiful. From Balinese blown glass, Indonesian wood crafts, Russian dolls, Indian gifts, soapstone from Africa, to paintings and prints of our own work. We have interesting things for interesting people, to suit all pockets.

We import most of our products from small family businesses in Bali, Indonesia, who we know personally. Our other products are sourced from reputable fair trade companies. Come and see us, we don't bite!

 

 

CoverUp Surf

Suzanne from ingenious surf towel brand CoverUp Surf tells us about her gorgeous creations:

CoverUp Surf was born in 2009, from a need to try and make those cold winter changes after surfing Yorkshire’s icy waves a little more bearable! Every surfer knows the pain of getting changed in the cold and rain after a long surf so we got to work and started to develop our designs. We began selling in our local surf shop, producing all our products on our old singer sewing machine in our little beach studio on a cold windy cliff top. We now sell to surfers and travellers from around the globe and are proud of our roots as a small hand-made business in the surfing industry.

Over time we have carefully developed, tested and re-designed our product to get to where we are now. Our changing towels are unique and made in small batches of different patterns. Each design includes heavy-duty taped seams, a large cosy hood and wide arm-holes for easy changing.

We endeavor to inspire others to get out there and find their next adventure and hope our CoverUps make those awkward changing moments a little easier along the way!

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In-Bitz

Trading on the festival circuit for over 30 years, and was the first non food trader to attend Glastonbury in the late sixties.
Specializing in Psy. vinyl, quirky musical instruments, "Object d Art" and currently selling a new product from Tin Amps www.tinamps.com. In-Bitz was also voted small festival stall of the year in 2015! 
 
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