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This kitschy shop stocks handmade gifts, vintage collectibles and local artwork. Previously a vendor at the Dekalb Market, owner Albert Chau fills the space with quirky items such as Sweet and Sour Goodies felt gnomes ($28), Tea for Two matryoshka teapots ($48) and vintage Dinobots Transformers ($45). With a gallery vibe in the front of the store and a cozy couch in the back, Chaun hopes to cultivate a collective of artists with in-store shows, film panels and seminars.