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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
Tweet Cheeky Suds makes vegan-friendly, unusual and fun bath and body cosmetics, and was started by Chloe Morais from Brixton. At Making Uncovered on 20 April Chloe will be showing how to make body products and teaching a workshop. What do … Continue reading
TweetPam Williams is a Brixton artist who has worked in the UK and internationally, from Europe to the US to Hong Kong painting, drawing and teaching art. Pam will teach a drop-in drawing workshop at Making Uncovered on 20 April … Continue reading
Tweet Rachel Stanners of PricklePress explains her craft and her workshop at Making Uncovered on 20 April. Tell us about letter-pressing – what do you like about it and what brought you to doing it? Letterpress dates back to the fifteenth … Continue reading
Tweet Brixton’s very own willow-weaver Sarah Lovett talks about her craft and her show at Making Uncovered on 20 April. Tell us about your venture I am interested in permaculture and sustainability. Four years ago I planted 600 willows in … Continue reading
TweetLast Saturday we ran our first workshop on how to take better product shots. Eye-catching images are obviously very important when selling online, because potential buyers are unable to pick up and handle your work before buying, so it’s important … Continue reading
TweetNo matter how beautiful the items you make, if your website photos are poorly lit, too far away or not in focus, you’re not going to sell much online. If people can’t handle your pieces before buying, you need great … Continue reading