Maine-based National Art Supply Store to Provide Easy Access to Arts and Crafts Materials From Manhattan
For Immediate Release: 10/29/2013
For More Information: Larry Adlerstein or Steve Kenney, 1-800-876-8076
Artist and Craftsman Supply, the employee owned national company founded in Portland, Maine in 1985, has been thrilled by the warm welcome received at its new store in Harlem and Williamsburg, Brooklyn store. Hoping to expand on its success, Artist and Craftsman Supply, will be opening a brand new store in Long Island City.
Located on Queens Blvd, this major access point to Manhattan should please artists and crafters alike. Finally there will be a place to buy all of your elusive artist materials, especially craft supplies.
Here is just an offering of what you will find:
Custom framing will also be coming soon to the Long Island City store.
Boston North (NoBo)
Brooklyn, New York
Charleston, South Carolina
Harlem, New York
Kansas City, Missouri
Los Angeles, California
San Diego, California
San Francisco, California
|Headquarters: 540 Deering Ave, Portland, Maine 04103 • (207) 828-2555 • Fax (207) 772-0001 • www.artistcraftsman.com|
Tuesday, Oct 29, 2013
Thursday, Jan 23, 2014
Original Breyer's leaf billboard
|The Breyer billboard today
(photo credit: T.Rinaldi)
Last November we were looking for another new location to bring Artist & Craftsman's signature charm to New York City, and we found the perfect place in Long Island City. Located at 34-09 Queens Blvd, this 89 year old building is the former location of a Breyer's Ice Cream factory.
For several weeks A&C worker bees have been adding our own stylistic flourish to this delicious 10,000 sq.ft. space, sprinkling A&C magic on everything from the walls to the floors and even the shelving. We even scooped up some space on the giant billboard atop the building, which some may recognize as the shape of Breyer's iconic leaf logo.
Soon we'll start moving in products and training our new staff. We can't wait to start serving up some sweet arts & crafts treats from our new home in Long Island City