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Author Archives: Maya
Tweet The Vegan Tart delightfully challenged my preconceptions – I didn’t imagine that vegan cakes and savouries would tempt me, or that their ‘Head Tart’, Dumisani Nyathi, would turn up sporting a beard, but after talking to him I’ll be pigging … Continue reading
TweetBrixton-based textile designer Robyn tells us how her great-grandmother’s notebook inspired her brand, and of the links between creativity and mental health. Tell us a bit about Archie Mac London, what do you make or do? Textile design. It’s all … Continue reading
TweetKaylene Alder is a Brixton-based illustrator. Here she tells us how she came to create the banner for the Makerhood West Norwood website, and how you could share an aspect of Brixton with other local people and win one of … Continue reading
TweetThis week we are delighted to welcome our first guest blogger! Maya, a long time Brixtonite and a creative soul, shares her wonderful tips on tie-dyeing. We loved reading it, and will be making guest blogging a regular feature. If … Continue reading