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.
Each piece of work is made by the designer in Rye. Linzi has developed a knitting technique that creates a very light and warm fabric. This new collection takes its inspiration from the mid-century artists that lived around the South Downs.
I work mainly in silver and like contrasting textures and metals so I use 18 carat gold and 22 carat gold plate as well as a variety of textured and plain pieces of silver to achieve the effect I want. I also use precious and semi precious gemstones.
Felicity's sculptures are created in their own unique way with the clay that incorporates other materials into the clay body to support and aid the making process, whilst giving the sculptures their own identity.
Dominated by the use and perception of colour, Lorraine uses traditional print-making techniques on aluminium, to produce unique raw material. Her interest in the history of textiles influences surface designs and textures. Lorraine’s use of form is usually traceable to flora and fauna. Currently her studies are of cacti and succulents, their statuesque shapes, fantastic flowers and deceptive surfaces lure her into layering metals and stones to capture something of their individuality.
Inspired by colour, Lynne produces original one-off pieces of elemental contemporary jewellery, handmade using titanium and dyed anodised aluminium, often in combination with precious metals. She was awarded a PhD by Central Saint Martins in 2010 for a combined art and science project investigating titanium colouring for jewellery and has continued to experiment with titanium using machine and laser engraving.