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SCENE:MADE LONDON by Mich Yasue of www.myfuroshiki.com


Coming to One Marylebone from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th October, MADE LONDON is an exciting new event showcasing contemporary craft and design.


Featuring 140 of the most original makers from the UK and beyond, it draws together a stunning range of crafts – from ethereal porcelain to imposing furniture, figurative metal sculptures to colourful hand-knitted toys, gorgeous glass wear to hand- woven textiles, handmade shoes to handmade headwear – with an eye for the best of contemporary design.


Whether it’s fabulous jewellery made in everything from traditional metals to rubber and paper, eye catching pieces for your home, the luxury of gorgeous handmade clothing and accessories or that perfect gift,


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MADE LONDON presents a wealth of inspirational talent for you to explore. The event also provides a wonderful opportunity to talk to and buy directly from the artists and makers themselves, learning more about their artwork, techniques and interests and building an appreciation of the skill and sheer hard work underpinning their creations.


MADE LONDON came into being when artist and printmaker Sarah Young and administrator Jon Tutton were approached to fill the gap left by the cancellation of this year’s Origin show. Consulting widely, they found overwhelming support coming not only from makers but also arts organisations and other fair organisers. Whilst MADE LONDON is not intended to replace Origin,


that gap in the calendar has helped attract many outstanding exhibitors.


These include Yu-Ping Lin whose fantastical 3D textile jewellery is inspired by origami, paper cutting and the fancy of interaction. Created from hand painted / printed fabric and mixed media, her stylish, wearable works encompass the beauty of architecture and the joy of kaleidoscope. Furniture maker Jake Phipps’ striking pieces include the large, sculptural Stella mirror and console, inspired by the reflective qualities of precision cut diamonds. Suet Yi Yip’s


delicate


ceramics create a miniature world of charm and simplicity. Alongside the beautiful and thought provoking works of many individual designers, those from various studios are also featured including Brass Monkeys,


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