AboutMakerhood is a showcase for makers in Lambeth. Our aim is to create connections – between different local makers, between makers and local businesses, and between makers and the local community. We believe this is good for us as individuals and for our communities, our economy and our environment.
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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
TweetAfter a bit of a gap, we’re resuming our interviews with Makerhoodies. In this first one, Rachel tells us why she switched from set and costume design to printing with Prickle Press – and where to get great-value flowers in … Continue reading
TweetNext weekend is Urban Art, Brixton’s popular annual open-air art fair, held on leafy Josephine Avenue. For the second year, Makerhood will have a pitch, featuring four very different Makerhood artists. Mike Fell is a Brixton-based painter and print maker … Continue reading
TweetTextile artist Gillian Arnold makes beautiful textile prints of ferns and other plants on satin. She tells us about making 20-metre table runners for her wedding and why pregnancy has unleashed her creative powers 1. Your pieces attracted quite a … Continue reading