Day two and loving it!
My first London market and it was oh so lovely! Being an illustrator from my bedroom means that for the most of the time all my work is here, there and everywhere. It's a rare occasion where I get to see it out on display, all together and at it's best. Hurrah for markets! Thanks to the Manchester Artists Book Fair I do get to see my books all out at least once a year, and it's always quite an event. This year I've had the pleasure of doing a few more crafts markets than in previous years and I'm happy to of taken this step.
This years Christmas cards made their debut - and went down well!
Renegade Craft Fair is really big in the States and slowly becoming more known here in London too thanks to this lovely London venue off Brick Lane (the Old Truman Brewery!).
It's always useful to have a re-shuffle! This was day one!
NEW Lucky Dip Bags featuring upcycled and recycled things as well as illustrations!
The lovely Pygmy Cloud!
This is by far the biggest market I've done and the level of work was so high it was hard to know where to look! I shared a booth space with Pygmy Cloud and we lucked out with a corner space to show off our wares.
There were a lot of fellow makers that I knew from previous fairs, online shopping and social media so it was really nice to have everyone under one roof to be able to say hello! Also, being in London, it made the perfect excuse for family and friends to visit me at work for once.