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Oct
2017
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On the corner of Broadway and 35th Street, the latest edition of DISPLAY:California’s permanent pop-up shop re-opened its doors in Oak Park on Friday. Curated by Unseen Heroes, DISPLAY is an exhibition of the event marketing agency’s commitment to community collaboration with designers, makers, and artists.

By featuring products made by Sacramento creatives, and beyond, DISPLAY’s venture into creating economic development for creatives has grown into a community staple since 2014. Its ripple effects may not be felt by every person who visits the store, but there is an effect nonetheless, often found in the connection waiting to be made between the designer’s story and the own consumer’s. Beyond Sacramento, it becomes “a California thing.”

For Unseen Heroes’ co-founder, Roshaun Davis, it becomes a personal responsibility to see the local impact translate globally.

“Our whole goal and our mission moving forward is to put California-made products in homes around the world,” said Davis. “So, anything that you…

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