Let’s bound into the new year with an introduction to some of the newest makers on Makerhood. We now have more than 60 stalls, so make it your resolution in 2012 to buy local and support the local economy and creativity. Happy new year to you all!
Beards and Bicycles celebrates the combination of practicality, beauty and enjoyment found in…bicycles!
Oishii~ital vegan delights is run by Yokunaru, who makes vegan, organic, fair trade food free of wheat, gluten and additives.
Imogen Paton is a Camberwell-based portrait artist who also makes necklaces, cushions, throws and baby mats.
Silka of Rubiccubestudio uses recycled materials in her pieces, including paintings, drawings, sculptures and jewellery.
Local Eyes is a photographer selling limited edition photos of “the less obvious and more interesting things around us”. See if you recognise any of the local scenes.
We’re a bit behind on the blog due to holidays and the like, so a belated welcome to new makers who have set up stalls on Makerhood in the past couple of weeks.
Timothy Sutton Tim is a professional portrait painter who paints incredibly realistic portraits of both humans and dogs. He also organises the annual Urban Art Fair in Josephine Avenue, Brixton.
Rosie Makes Rosie Mo likes, well, making things. She takes photos of things that catch her eye, and her black and white prints are done by hand in a darkroom.
Rachel’s food Rachel Manley runs a popular food blog as well as a brunch and supper club. Check out her delicious macaroons!
Gitas Portal For contemporary African-inspired ladies’ and children’s fashion, look no further. Fabulous ethnic prints and hand tie-dye and batik fabrics are turned into ready-to-wear and bespoke items, and proceeds are reinvested in the local economy.
Feast with Bron Bron is a professional cook and food lover who makes fresh biscuits and cakes, old-fashioned sweets and savoury muffins to order. Yum!