I visited the Designers Makers Market at the Old Spitalfields Market on Saturday, and met some fantastic designers. This is one of my favourite markets, as there is a real mix of designers and there are always different products to explore.
Here are some of my favourite designers that I met at the market with their new collections.
I loved the fun layered geo prints and vibrant colour palettes on the screen printed products by Jessie G.
Rosa & Clara Designs showcased some fabulous conversational prints using a fun colour palette on a wide range of products.
I really loved the fun play on words mixed with the detailed quirky illustrations by Mister Peebles.
Anna Wiscombe showcased beautiful contemporary wooden products. I especially loved the wall birds in the bright pastel colours.
3 On The Shelf were very eye-catching with their quirky illustrations printed on a wide range of products.
Coconutgrass showcased a wide range of fun and exciting prints in vibrant colours, that were both quirky and informative.
I loved how Hanna Melin added a bit of humor to her colourful illustrations.
The vibrant prints by Punto Belle were beautiful, I especially loved the added detail of the contrast coloured zips on the bags.
I really loved the unique detailed illustrations by Denise O’Sullivan Ceramics.
The diversity of the monochrome paintings and quirky colourful screen prints of dogs by Lauren Van Helmond was fantastic.
I absolutely loved the quirky animal illustrations by Eightbear, these prints are fun for all ages.
I made my way down to the Etsy pop-up event at West Elm yesterday, and met some fantastic designers. The event was a great way to showcase a variety of Etsy designer-makers, as you don’t often get to meet the designers behind the amazing products through online shopping. It was at a wonderful location, and all the designers were given their own areas within the store to sell their products alongside the West Elm homewares.
Here are some of the talented designers that I met during my visit, showcasing their fabulous products.
One of my favourite designers was Lulu & Luca. She had a fantastic product range, with beautiful prints and colours.
I loved the fun and colourful geo prints by Patternalism.
Neon London was very eye-catching, I especially loved the neon candles.
Anna Baskakova showcased her gorgeous ceramic products, with a fantastic combination of prints and colours.
I loved the diverse range of handmade accessories by Chocolate Creative, showing a fresh colour palette and beautiful photographic prints.
Mengsel showcased gorgeous quirky prints for a wide range of products, using fun colour palettes.
I loved the variety of detailed illustrations that were painted beautifully by Rebecca Kiff.
Fantastic news… I have made the shortlist again in the latest Tigerprint competition ‘The Colour of Love.’
Check out the Tigerprint website to see my entry amongst the other fabulous designs.
These stairs are a great inspiration for colour, texture, and pattern. The hot pink against the bright turquoise and pastel mint green creates a beautiful fresh colour palette alongside the grey and white tones.