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How has your artistic style evolved over the years?
I’m more at ease painting and sculpting than I used to be. I don’t feel as aggressive as I used to, which I think shows in my work, which is softer … Read more →
What inspired you to specialise in embroidered fabrics?
I became obsessed with my sketchbooks at school, and loved creating mini mood boards on a page—it meant I could mix paint with my coloured threads and drawings. But it was finding … Read more →
You come from a culturally eclectic background, with influences from Catalan, Spain and Peru, but where in the world are you currently based?
I’m currently based between London and Barcelona.
Your work is based around the urban world interacting with… Read more →
- Gold floral patterned, mouth-blown classic champagne flute, £29.99 for six, by Shabby Store.
Available from www.shabbystore.co.uk
- Contemporary heavy-based Moya champagne flute, £23 for two, by LSA International.
Available from www.hurnandhurn.com
- Handmade Murano champagne coupe with black drip detail, £21.99 for
- Beacon I, £1,500, by Amanda J Simmons. Available from www.vesselgallery.com
- ‘Read’ Book, £75, by Graham & Green. Available from www.grahamandgreen.co.uk
- Idra Violeta Murano Glass Water Tumbler, £35, by Nason Morretti. Available from www.conranshop.co.uk
The clocks have gone back, the nights are longer and we are already suffering from the winter blues. Although strongly associated with summer, flowers should not be underestimated as a powerful way to keep interiors fresh over the winter. Judith… Read more →
Walk into any well designed room and if the last thing you notice is the rug beneath your feet, one designer will be very happy. Seemingly an odd statement, but according to award winning rug designer, Luke Irwin, this is… Read more →
Russell tells us everything, from what makes a good photograph, to why we should be tearing down our Keep Calm and Carry on posters.
Whether it was your latest celebrity crush, rock band obsession or your favourite movie scene, everyone … Read more →
When friends snapped up her quirky cards, she knew that her artwork could be more than just a hobby.
Samantha started her ‘one man band’ creative outlet in 2009 after realising that being Mr Maker with her children wasn’t quite … Read more →
As a little girl, she would visit her granny at work in the haberdashery section at Bakers department store.
Longstanding Notting Hill resident, Alex’s working life centred around the music industry and radio production but she has always loved handicrafts. … Read more →