Tag Archives: Drawing

Making Uncovered: Elena Blanco

Tweet Elena Blanco of Dreamy Me will be running an illustration workshop at Making Uncovered on 13 September for “artistically shy” adults. So if you’ve always wanted to have a go at drawing but been too nervous, this workshop will help you … Continue reading

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Meet the makers: Pam Williams

TweetKnown for her ever-cheerful presence at Brixton Makers’ Market, and her slightly surreal cartoon strip Eric the Fish in Brixton Bugle, Pam Williams tells us about her nomadic life and all-night stints of drawing at Smithfield meat market.   Your work features … Continue reading

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Makerhood workshops at Crafty Fox Spring Market

TweetJoin in the fun and learn a few skills at the Makerhood drop-in workshops at the Crafty Fox Spring Market! The workshops are organised by Makerhood volunteer crafters and are completely free. Saturday 24 March, 12.30-3pm, Dogstar Brixton, 2nd floor – free. Knitting … Continue reading

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Meet the makers: Elena Blanco

TweetElena Blanco of Dreamy Me Brixton waxes lyrical about her love of drawing and tells us why Brixton reminds her of Barcelona 1. Can you tell us a bit about your Spanish background? I’m originally from Santander, but I moved … Continue reading

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Interview with local artist, Pam Williams

TweetPam is an inspiration to us at Makerhood. She’s a terrific artist and has been a great source of friendship, support and advice as we have developed our ideas over the past year. So, who better than to kick off an … Continue reading

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Our beautiful banner image by Alice Angus

Tweet The Makerhood blog banner comes from this drawing of Brixton Village by Alice You might have noticed the banner on the Makerhood blog. The illustration that always sits at the top of the page whether you’re reading about improvised … Continue reading

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