In early 2012 to her surprise, she was accepted into the well-known SoWa Open Market in the South End, which features shops for local crafters and artists through the Boston area. Lovesville got a strong response through out the first season at SoWa, which compelled her to start expanding to other markets in other parts of the city. After receiving a lot of feedback from customers over the holidays last year, Jessica decided to expand her offerings to a broader array of products. Lovesville now makes all sorts of bad ass things-coasters, totes, messenger bags, even baby clothes for your wee ones. One of my favorite designs is the Robot Keytarist tote and the Robot Coasters in vibrant electric colors.…you can pick from hip and geeky items, or even commission a custom piece…After trying (unsuccessfully) to reach a deal with a domain squatter for the URL Lovesville.com, Jessica launched her very own website/store at LovesvilleUsa.com. On the website you can pick from hip and geeky items, or even commission a custom piece for you or a loved one. The success of her work so far has enabled Jessica to leave her old job and focus full-time on Lovesville, where she plans to expand into even more offerings.
Take a moment to peruse Lovesville’s website and you’ll immediately be drawn in…If you’ve been to the SoWa Open Market or at Assembly Row, you may already be familiar with Lovesville. But if not, take a moment to peruse Lovesville’s website and you’ll immediately be drawn in by the creative and dare I say it, cute artwork. Started in 2012 by local artist Jessica Sun Lee, Lovesville sprang from very humble beginnings. Originally called Love on the Blocks, Jessica created one of a kind handmade screen-printed wall art on birch for friends.