Anatol Just is an Austrian Artist, Designer-Maker and Photographer currently living in London. His main aim is to create objects that can boast creative complexity, while providing an impression of practical simplicity.
FORWARD&BONE design and make contemporary products in the heart of London. Utilising digital manufacturing techniques and the finest, locally sourced materials, they produce elegant and functional laser-cut leather accessories, hand-finished in their London studio.
Karina Delirio’s work in resin, with properties similar to crystal, focuses on the importance light plays in the beauty of objects, refracting to create different planes and ever changing perspectives.
Kate Marsden (A.K.A. Mrs M) is a textile designer and fibre artist. Mrs M fabric designs feature brutalist architecture rendered in acrylic paint and pen and ink which are then digitally manipulated and turned into repeat patterns.
Rhiannon Palmer is a sculptor, jeweller and concrete lover. In Rhiannon’s small London based studio, she creates unique, hand cast concrete jewellery with the aim to show others just how tactile, playful and beautiful concrete can be.
Sam Sweet began working with glass at Buckinghamshire University whilst studying 3 Dimensional Design; this lead to an apprentice style position at Victoria Glass where she extended her technical skills and the business of running a studio glass workshop
Trynka is a small line of jewellery designed and handmade by self-taught silversmith and goldsmith, Victoria Lloyd, in her studio in Kent. Geometry is the theme central to all of Victoria’s work, her designs are inspired by forms and patterns found in nature, reduced down to stylised shapes.
Vicky Day makes linocut prints as Woah there Pickle by the Brighton seaside. She has a real passion for printmaking and hand carves her designs, inspired by anything from nostalgia and quirky everyday items to humorous sayings.
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