Next month, The London Artisan will spring to life once more at the Old Truman Brewery in London. A marketplace curated to showcase the best of the UK’s contemporary makers and designers, this is an event not to be missed. The market is the result of a collaboration between Designers/Makers and The Old Truman Brewery, and offers a diverse range of beautifully crafted products made by independent artisans who will be onsite to talk shop. Applications are still open, but we’ve chosen a few makers who have caught our eye so far… Screen Shot 2017-02-06 at 15.59.47 Nichola Taylorson makes graphic, hand-block printed cushions inspired by Indian craftmanship. After spending time in Jaipur developing her practice, she blends hand block print techniques with mud print and embroidery to create cushion designs that are bold, graphic and beautifully personal. s885024860843791402_p103_i5_w2184 Kelci London will also be taking part this March, showcasing their range of homeware and illustrations. Just about a year old, Kelci draws inspiration from different cities fusing architecture, history and colour into sweet illustrative designs. From cards to teatowels, wrapping paper and ceramics, their range is as lovely as it gets. Screen Shot 2017-02-06 at 15.46.02 Illustrator and designer Rachel Mynott will also be setting up shop with her luxury silk scarves. Each reflecting the dozens of pathways and secret gardens of London’s parks, Mynott hand paints each design, giving each of her products that personal touch, painted in a whole rainbow of colours. Buildings-in-London-Greeting-Card Along with the market, Artisan London will be hosting a series of Artisan Talks that explore the wealth of British craft and creativity with demonstrations, workshops, talks and activities offering business advice and inspiration. Including textiles and homeware, illustration and print, ceramics and jewellery to name a few, this event is a definite highlight on our March calendar. To take part, visit

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