I was tempted to buy the scissor cushion and special wallpaper with cast of magnetic charaters and wipe clean speech bubbles! Apparently Hilary Swank has bought several rolls of paper!
A favourite & I treated myself! A printing block (First photo) is made using flower and plant cuttings, which are then hand printed on to fabric to produce beautiful, ethereal images.
|Debbi Little: Recycled silk parachute skirts!|
Specialises in the construction of finest quality hand-crafted and custom-built gypsy jazz guitars.
"Three dimensional sketch" ceramics - but they look deceptively like paper. Just exquisite!
|Anja Lubach: "Skull & Roses" cermaics|
|Aleska (Emma Hamshare)|
I loved the process involved in creating Emmas beautiful garments by creating intricate laser cut lace and digital textiles. I treated myself to one of these lace bottle covers stiffened by a resin.
|Louisa Taylor (Currently doing a residency at the V&A) |
Delicate ceramics - I especially liked the tiny spoons!
Maria Livings & Marie Rodgers; Home wares featuring unusual illustrative prints.
|Matt Nicholls - "The storytellers chair".|
I loved this! Made from driftwood found in the Thames, every piece told a tale!
|Charlotte Sale: "Spritz glass". These were beautiful - looked like splashes of water!|
Cassandra Sabo: Light combining fibre-optic
|Mary Kilvert: Talented illustrator with a homeware range.|
Lorna Syson: Three-dimentional and printed textile designer
Lizzie Allen; Hand screen printed wallpaper in
vivid colours with a 1950’s feel.|
“The Cockpit Art Studios Open Days; a wonderful way to source beautiful and original pieces and support local designers.”