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.

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!
Sweet View sells limited edition prints  of different London boroughs, including of course Lambeth, based on sketches of everyday life.
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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