Friday, 9 December 2011

Check out my new "shop" section!

Very exciting times, you can now purchase direct from my website by clicking the "shop" section on the top left hand corner of my site. You can navigate away from the homepage and still view all the stock and checkout with online payment or cards. I will be changing the stock season-to-season!

Tuesday, 22 November 2011

I am now stocked in London..
I am now stocked in this fab shop in Brick Lane, London. Go check out their amazing choice of stock, all so quirky and original!!

Thursday, 10 November 2011

New Products available on the website soon...

 Cast bone knuckle duster ring.
 Spinning sixpence lapel pin.
 Cast sixpence cufflinks.
 Photo etched map disc pendant.
 Photo etched map disc stud earrings.
 Photo etched map disc cufflinks with cast bone button hole covers.           
 Photo etched map disc bracelet with cast bone t-bone clasp
 Photo etched map disc ring.
 Photo etched map cork pot container.
Photo etched map albert bracelet locket.

Thursday, 20 October 2011

Photo shoot with Vanessa Haines Photography
Some beautiful shots from a shoot with Vanessa Haines, I love the texture of the film and the softness of the light. I'm so happy with these photos, this is just a taster of the full shoot which will be available to view on my website. 

Saturday, 20 August 2011

Nika Toroptsova

Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Alexander McQueen you live on...

Swoon like woven-hair spotted last year for Alexander McQueen...

Friday, 25 February 2011

Secret spaces and places..
Cheeky little article about lesser heard-of galleries and spaces in London..I will definately be visiting this one....
Time Out writes- Viktor Wynd is a "Curiosity shop on the art circuit and determinedly off any beaten track. Peek through the windows and you’ll see a world in which velvet-cloaked Victorians, or perhaps The Mighty Boosh, might reside. Entering the shop, which is also the spiritual home of the esoterically minded Last Tuesday Society, reveals a wunderkammer of shells, skulls, taxidermy specimens and assorted oddities. Art gets a designated space in the first-floor gallery but, unsurprisingly, shows tend towards the eerily surreal."

Thursday, 24 February 2011

Festival wallpaper

I love this 1950's style wallpaper from Mini Moderns. I have a feeling there is going to be a surge in 50's style reproduction goods produced this year as it is the anniversary of the Festival of Britain. This is a lovely little company who print in the UK using waterbased inks and using paper from sustained forests.
Check out the rug too...