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Eva Goicochea’s Guide to Stockholm


By Angie Myung Eva Goicochea is a digital content creator, web designer, and brand strategist based in New York. She’s also the co-founder of Tinker Watches and Maude. Eva has even taught Brand and Marketing
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Wide Open Doors

Los Angeles

By Calvin Berry   Not everyone has always been let in. Over the course of our nation’s history, there have long been thresholds banned for crossing, entrances blocked by hate and doors closed to the
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Komono | Vision + Timing : Pop Up at Poketo


Komono, founded in Belgium by masterminds Raf Maes and Anton Janssens, brings the perfect blend of vision and timing for an exclusive Pop Up shop at Poketo inside The Line Hotel. keep reading

Make Pretend: The Imaginative Collaborations of Pretend Store


By Calvin Berry

The idea for Pretend Store was born out of the specter of a beloved but disused office space–in the wake of a recent relocation, Charleston-based creative agency FuzzCo found they had prime storefront property on their hands and an open question about what to do with it. keep reading

Change Is Good: A Message from the Poketo Team


A note to our customers: Back in 2007, Poketo was being operated out of a small loft in the Arts District, a part of Downtown Los Angeles that at the time had few amenities and
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Mother’s Day Gift Ideas from Moms We Love


Written by Calvin Berry. Edited by Maya Sonico. This is the time of year when we try our best to express, through cards, bouquets, breakfasts-in-bed, and, of course, gifts, one of the hardest things to
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#ArtSpeaks: Art Is the Highest Form of Hope


By Calvin Berry At the heart of Poketo’s foundational philosophy is the belief that art is not just the subject of passive observation; rather, it should be an integrated part of your day to day
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Artist Talk: Meghan Shimek


By Calvin Berry This weekend, Poketo had the privilege of hosting prolific fiber artist Meghan Shimek, giving her the chance to connect with the Los Angeles creative community. After teaching two outstanding workshops on Saturday
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In Conversation: Carrie Lau of O-M Ceramic


By Calvin Berry While her ceramics studio may be based in Highland Park, artist and O-M Creative co-founder Carrie Lau draws her influences from all around the world. From Mexico to Prague, Berlin to Kyoto,
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