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.
Brett Payne is a contemporary Silversmith, specialising in the design and making of Candlesticks and Table Silver. All his pieces are individually hot forged, by hand, in Sterling Silver. They are designed for modern living - visually stunning and disarmingly practical. Simplicity is key, leading to a refreshingly direct way of making that takes this tradition to a new level; developing this rare skill to explore new applications.
C F McEwan is the accessories label by textile artist Clare McEwan. Drawn from Clare’s creative projects, she presents a collection of luxury printed 100% silk scarves. Ideas are captured through Clare’s drawings, prints, 3d sculptural forms and macro photography. Launched at the end of 2012, these printed scarves have been described as "Wearable works of art. Inspired by the play-off between light, shadow, texture and surface.”
Having apprenticed in South Africa , Candice is now surrounded by the beautiful Ashdown Forest, drawing inspiration from the landscape around her. Working in porcelain, and deeply inspired by stark winter skies and crisp, bright frosty mornings, her work is clear and strong in form, yet very delicate and light. Candice is currently throwing lampshades and eating and drinking vessels. She lives and works from her home studio in East Sussex, running adult classes and school groups, teaching throwing and handbuilding. She also plans to hold weekend retreat classes in the summer.
A multi disciplinary artist. Caroline works with acrylic paint on board, also directly onto fired porcelain and textiles, creating muted, emotional paintings and playfully dark, surreal mixed media sculptures, incorporating embroidery, paper, silver and found objects. Focusing on ideas of memory, fragility and transience, strongly influenced by nature, both living and decaying. Recently some of her paintings have been printed onto fabric, stitched into and made into cushions and upholstery.
Catherine's work is bold and fun. She uses silver, gold and enamel to create her pieces. Over the past 15 years Catherine has developed her own clean style. Her work starts as an idea and she progresses that thought through all the fabricating processes using traditional methods.