Goodies! Pop-Up Shops!
We have selected some of our favorite shops and information booths for you. These pop-up shops are all run by local entrepreneurs, queer folks who dedicate heart and soul to their offerings. You can try some of their products, or order some of your favorite books, toys, cards etc and pick them up at the festival – saving you shipping costs!
Wild Weirdo Creations
Wild Weirdo Creations is a queer independently run studio based in Amsterdam, handcrafting a wide range of unique floggers, whips, and fetish wear proudly made from recycled materials!
Katrien van der Hagen (she/her) is a goldsmith with a small studio in Utrecht who makes jewellery from recycled silver and gold. She loves telling stories through jewellery, whether it is your story or a story that she believes is important to tell, like the story of the clitoris.
She will be attending the Intimacy Festival with her Clitorious collection. You can not only buy jewellery in the shape of a 3D model of the clitoris but also posters, postcards and other fun stuff with illustrations and information about the clitoris. The clitoris is the only body part strictly meant for pleasure and it’s time to celebrate this beautiful organ.
Vegan cakes by Baru & Jessie
- Bliss Balls
- Coconut Bounty Cake
- Spiced Carrot Cake
- Indian Lentil Soup
You will find us at the bar of Odessa!
Sally & Thirza
Martijn de Jong (he/him): Colorful, frivolous, loving, passionate, light-hearted. I’m walking the path of ease and fun, spending my time and energy to co-create on matters of social connection, with food as a main serving component. One of my favourite spaces is the kitchen; to cut and blend, to taste and dance with all the ingredients the earth is providing us. On this occasion, the Intimacy Festival, I’ll be flanked by the incredible Joyce Vanes (she/her) whose talents on creating and loving are exquisite. We go on an Indian tour: curries, delicately balanced, creamy and rich with homemade chutneys and some savoury spicy and crunchy snacks with salsa are on the menu. Homemade Kombucha with a twist of ginger completes it.
Martijn’s website > (under construction)