This year Remodelista are bringing their renowned market to London! Join them on the 15th November at the New Craftsmen Gallery for a whole host of handmade goods for the home. Entry is free, but RSVP to be in with the chance of winning either a signed copy of the Remodelista book or a set of two Billy bowls with five illustrated recipes from The New Craftsmen. Look out for new products from Geoffrey Fisher, creator of Trook, and homeware from the brand new Native and Co. Remodelista Market Saturday, November 15, 10 am to 6 pm. The New Craftsmen, 34 North Row, Mayfair, London, W1K 6DG.
Beat the competition this year. Get ahead of the game with a spot of stress-free early Christmas shopping with Selvedge... slippers and scarves, blankets and bears – we've even got a handmade fairy for the top of your tree! Last orders dates for Christmas 2014: Australasia: 3 December USA: 9 December Europe: 11 December United Kingdom: 19 December
As winter draws in it's time to wrap up and stay cosy... We've got a selection of blankets, scarves and slippers to keep you warm this winter. And while you're there, why not snuggle down with the latest issue of Selvedge.
I Don't Know, The Weave of Textile Language is currently on show at the Tate Modern. Tate have commissioned brand new work from postminimalist American sculptor and poet Richard Tuttle – an artist decried as a “charlatan” and a “bore” by art critics before being firmly embraced by the establishment. The grand scale sculpture, presented at the Turbine Hall until 6th of April 2015, is Tuttle’s largest piece of work to date. Suspended in sculptural forms from the high ceilings of Turbine Hall, three lengths of fabric in bold colors sway above visitors - the fluidity and colour of the cloth...
We enjoyed learning about Sarah Cooper and Nina Gorfer's project The Weather Diaries working with the 3rd Nordic Fashion Bienniale, you can read more about their two year project in issue 61 of Selvedge... And we thought you might enjoy this video about the project: See an exhibition of the photographs at The National Museum of Photography, The Royal Library, Søren Kierkegaards, Plads 1, 1221 Copenhagen, Denmark 1 November - 11 February 2015 T:+45 33 47 43 08 www.kb.dk