Makerhood at Urban Art

Next weekend is Urban Art, Brixton’s popular annual open-air art fair, held on leafy Josephine Avenue. For the second year, Makerhood will have a pitch, featuring four very different Makerhood artists. Mike Fell is a Brixton-based painter and print maker who also makes unusual pieces out of old cassette tapes and found boards.http://brixton.makerhood.com/mike-fell

Ray Stanbrook is known for his locally inspired screen prints, featuring recognisable landmarks around Herne Hill and Brixton. You may have seen his menu in the Ritzy Café! http://brixton.makerhood.com/ray-stanbrook
Sweet View sells limited edition prints  of different London boroughs, including of course Lambeth, based on sketches of everyday life. http://brixton.makerhood.com/sweet-view
We’ll also have some plaster plaques by Sharon Kaye. We don’t have any photos of these at the moment – will tweet and post when we get some!

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