COVID-19 Update

As of 9/19/2020: Minneapolis curbside pick-up is available Wednesdays & Thursdays (12-3pm) and Saturdays (10am-3pm) (see below).
The Minneapolis studio/store remains closed due to COVID19.


Limited Curbside Pickup For Our Twin Cities Customers:

Local customers: We’ve heard that some of you would like to have a curbside pickup option for your orders in order to save on shipping costs and receive your art a little faster. We can now offer a limited curbside pickup option.

Times:  Wednesday & Thursday 12-3pm and Saturdays 10am-3pm

This curbside pickup is ONLY for orders that you have placed online and chosen “Local Pickup” (or otherwise made arrangements with our staff).  We are not able to process payments in person at this time, but can accept checks.

Please wait until you receive an email or phone call that your order is ready to be picked up before coming. If you have not received a confirmation it is ready, we will probably not be able to pack it for you while you wait.

To use the curbside pick up option at 3260 Minnehaha Ave S. in Minneapolis, call us when you arrive at 612-455-2242, Extension 1. Tell us your name, Order Number, and (if you’re driving) your vehicle.  We’ll hand you your items with a smile on underneath our mask.


 4/17/20:

Our physical location in Minneapolis remains closed and all of us have been taking precautions to keep our store and inventory clean, and ourselves and our community safer, by limiting contact and doing social distancing to “flatten the curve.”

We thank you for your patience and support as we abide by the state of Minnesota’s current restrictions in order to keep our community safer.

For questions about orders, payment, to reach Ricardo, or for any other reason, emailing is likely to get a quicker response than calling. See our contact information here.

If you’re interested in supporting us now and getting art later – we’ve recently launched the option to purchase E-Gift Cards – you can get one here.

We want to keep spreading art for hope, healing and hellraising during this crisis – and will continue to do so online and by mail. But for now, putting people over profits means scaling back our physical operations, and joining our community to #StayAtHome whenever possible.

In solidarity and social distancing,
The RLM Arts Crew (Elaine, Jaime, Jeff, Ricardo, Rowan & Sheila)