home: event [ M. Y. O ]

home: event [ M. Y. O ]

M. Y. O [ Make Your Own ] is a creative space for adults to take part in workshops, work on your own craft or just hang out and relax.

With studios in Borough and Peckham, M. Y. O offers you the chance to learn some new creative skills, in a great environment with no pressure.

Creative classes include, ceramic painting, decoupage, pottery, calligraphy and illustration. It’s a great place to take a group of friends for an afternoon, and you can bring your own booze!!

Head to myo.place for classes and bookings.

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home: event [ Modern Couples ]

home: event [ Modern Couples ]

A new exhibition launched this month at The Barbican, London is Modern Couples – Art, Intimacy and the Avant Garde.

It explores the working relationships of couples in art and design. Those that were long lasting and others that were just fleeting. This exhibition explores how love and emotion is transfered from the personal to the working relationship.

Including Dora Maar & Pablo Picasso; Salvador Dalí & Federico García Lorca; Camille Claudel & Auguste Rodin; Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera; Emilie Flöge & Gustav Klimt – plus many more.

Oct 10th – Jan 27th

Tickets available from barbican.org.uk [ £16 ]

home: found this [ city prints ]

home: found this [ city prints ]

If you love travelling cities and need a reminder, these city illustration prints might just be the thing. Modern, minimal and beautifully drawn.

YourType have three available – London, Paris or Amsterdam.

Available in sizes 30x40cm, 50x70cm or 70×100 with prices starting at £25

home: featured [ Aerende ]

home: featured [ Aerende ]

Beautiful, ethical and with a story behind each piece of homeware, Aerende is a wonderful curated range of products, made in the UK, by talented creatives that face social challenges.

They say;

Aerende (a-ren-day) An Old English word meaning care or message

Aerende is a lovingly sourced collection of handmade items for your home. All of our products are created in the UK by people facing social challenges. Produced in low-volume batches and designed to improve with age, each purchase from our range of ethical homewares directly supports and provides opportunities for our talented makers.

Our range will enhance your home, yes, but it also treads lightly on the world beyond your door. Hence our strapline of life-improving homewares. By uniting heritage skills with environmentally sustainable materials and ethical business practices, each limited-edition item exemplifies our commitment to beauty, utility and integrity. Welcome to our world.

home: event [ glass etching ]

home: event [ glass etching ]

This Autumn is the perfect time to try a new craft or start a new hobbie, and the easiest way is to try out a one-off workshop.

There are so many great London based workshops available to try and one of our favourite hosts are London Craft Club. Our pick is their Acid Etching workshop.

Learn the techniques of etching into glass and creating you town designs. You will get to practice on mirrored tiles and glass tea light holders.

Head to londoncraftclub.co.uk to book a place on various available dates. [ £49 ]

home: featured [ A New Tribe ]

home: featured [ A New Tribe ]

We love finding new brands and today we share A New Tribe – an exciting curated collection of textiles and objects all sourced from independant makers.

A lot of the items are handmade or produced in small batches making them very individual and appealing.

Choose from painted ceramics, woven rugs, cushions and stationary.

Head to anewtribe.co.uk or visit their store.

92a Chatsworth Road, London, E5 0LS