Patton Designs & Workshops

Catherine Patton sells vintage clothing, accessories & homeware. Following a period working in various museums, she has a particular style that draws on and interprets classic historical influences. She is also trained in jewellery making and is a skilled seamstress producing beautifully styled jewellery, bags, lampshades and upcycled items made from vintage materials. Her materials are environmentally friendly and finished objects entail a high level of craft. She has been running a vintage stall at the Herne Hill Sunday market and making bespoke pieces for some time. CRAFT WORKSHOPS Catherine runs craft workshops using upcycled and vintage materials. These include […]

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109 Ceramics

After thirteen years of working with clay Fawzia Sajedi-Shaker is beginning to understand its nature and to speak its language. As a ceramicist she is constantly looking for new and interesting ways of using the clay. When making something she always takes into consideration the shape the form and if the piece is pleasing to the eye. She has exhibited at Morley College and held open studios. Her beautiful pieces are inspired by Japanese art and organic forms and each one has her own special insignia. They make wonderful gifts and can be displayed as artworks as well as provide […]

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Slim of London

Designer Nick Slim runs two businesses under one trading name: Slim of London. He has many years experience as a graphic designer, working for clients producing logos, graphic art and designing publicity and marketing material. He has also developed his own range of designer merchandise including T-shirts, sweatshirts, tote bags, mugs and stationery. His influences are wide-ranging from street art, fairy-tales, religious icons and pop art to suggestive imagery from London’s twilight world of adult play. He is bold with his prints and invites buyers to make an artistic statement even when using and wearing the seemingly mundane. A wide […]

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