Creative Christmas Market: Meet the Makers part 3

As we count down to our Creative Christmas Market (30th Nov. 1st & 2nd Dec) we will be inviting you to meet the artists and makers taking part in our 2018 market - welcome to part three!

Use & Enjoy

Katy & Matt

Katy & Matt

Use & Enjoy make clothes that double as artworks. Run by two friends, an artist (Matthew Miller) and a clothing designer (Katy Dixon).

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They make hand collaged sweatshirts and t-shirts using recycled fabric from fabric hangers and ends of rolls. Matthew cuts motifs from fabric to create artworks for the jumpers and Katy assembles them on.

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The fabrics they choose to use are colourful, textural & tactile materials, making the clothing fun and enjoyable to wear. Each piece is handmade and slightly different, so each garment is unique. A truly wearable artwork - a great gift this Christmas !

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Jenny Hayton

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Jenny Hayton is an SE1 Performance and Costume Designer Maker working in site specific, devised, dance theatre and large-scale public participation events.

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Recent commissions include Costume Designer Art On The Underground: We Happened To Travel; performances on the Victoria Line tube. Her work has toured the UK and Internationally, with her current production touring to New York in 2019.  

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Jenny launched her Limited Edition silk-screen printed textile sustainable scarves at Vintage Festival with Wayne Hemingway. As Artist for The Queens Diamond Jubilee, Battersea Park, her souvenir hand printed scarves created for the event, are in National Collections of The Museum of London Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Archive and Liberty Archives. 

 Each collectable and Limited Edition sustainable scarf is hand printed and unique. (Pre) love we love 

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Anna Peake Art

Anna Peake Art

From wall murals to jewellery, Anna creates representations of places using contours of the land to produce a 3D topographical works of art. 


Anna’s working methodology employs the traditional processes of lost wax casting colliding it with the modern digital technologies of laser cutting to create innovative and unique work that transcends the boundaries of 21st century traditional craft making her part of the digitally handmade movement.


Most recently Anna has applied her methodical way of working to create a collection inspired by the contours of Farnham nestled in the rolling Surrey Hills where Anna currently resides. 


Rachel Littlewood

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Rachel Littlewood is a London based designer & risographer. Her work is mainly print based and she has over 4 years experience working in risograph printing presses. She creates notebooks and zines which she distributes online and at fairs. Rachel also enjoy working on exhibitions, producing installations, and running workshops.


Hand Painted Greetings Cards - A6 greetings cards with a variety of hand painted patterns.

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Hand Painted Coptic Stitch Notebooks. Each notebook has a unique hand painted cover and 96 pages (approx.) of assorted papers to keep all your notes and to-do lists in.


This riso print is inspired by IT8 charts which are traditionally used by offset litho printers to calibrate their machines. Pushing the boundaries of riso printing, this print is A2 in size (folded down the middle), and uses Aqua Blue, Fluro Pink, Yellow and Black inks to create a faux CMYK effect.