Browse and buy unique pieces from 120 makers and designers. Once again, we've teamed up with MADE, (of the Brighton Art Fair and MADE London) to bring you the very best in quality and design. You can also explore the dedicated printmakers show for exclusive prints and artworks.
Alison's aim is to make a work of art to wear. Cashmere, silk and Donegal wool threads are juxtaposed through stitch choice to create layers of texture and jewel colours to sing together.
Alison describes herself as a designer of ‘2D for 3D’. The relationship of nature to the built environment is a key theme in her practice. Alison works large and small scale, the work she will be showing at West Dean is small and mostly ceramics!
An Alleweireldt is a Belgian designer, established London for 15 years. She is a graduate of the Royal College of Art and gets inspired by materials, their limitations and possibilities facinate her endlessly. An has been awarded the Armourers and Braziers prize for innovative work. She sells online and in the New Design Museum. Her work can also be seen in at prestigious fairs like Goldsmiths’ Fair, Collect at the Saatchi Gallery & Made London.
Andrew makes hand carved wooden bowls and spoons. He started whittling spoons and bowls simply for relaxation, switch off “me” time, looking for a creative escape in an increasingly digital world. Design is driven by the materials and tools he uses. Andrew draws inspiration from a talented community of green woodworkers but spoons, bowls and kuksas must be primarily functional.
Unique hand cut mosaic jewellery and interior pieces, created with iridescent glass, vintage ceramics and Italian millefiori. Angela's mosaics are inspired by nature, folk art and style movements, creating decorative and attractive pieces to wear and for the home. Mosaics make an effective and durable solution, through picking, cutting, laying and combining materials. The art form reacts with its environment with light reflection giving an extra fascination.