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Pulse preview Fine Art on Silk


Damian Clarke Creatives (Pulse Stand A43) introduces hand-made luxury scarves for women and men, using prints derived from Damian’s abstract paintings. Plain silk (pictured), or combined with lambswool, cashmere and Harris Tweed. Also one-off handmade satin ties and bowties. The silk designs create stunning combinations of colour and pattern, from subtle changes in tone to complimentary colours. These are feel-good classics to last a life-time Visit: www.damianclarkecreatives.co.uk t: 0777 312 888 5


Modern handmade pewter ware Created by Hannah


Hannah Stevens (Pulse Stand K21) designs and illustrates a fun range of products inspired by Dinosaurs, Space Travel and Beardy Men. Working from her studio within an old factory in Nottingham, Hannah doodles and illustrates a growing range of products including quirky greetings cards, canvas tote bags and even Huggable Beard Cushions. Visit: www.createdbyhannah.com t: 07807276288


Lancaster and Gibbings (Pulse Stand K45) produces a modern range of cast pewter ware handmade in its Devon workshop. Jim Lancaster is dedicated to designing and producing original products of the finest quality. New for 2015, Jim has created two classical, yet simple, photo frames. Bantham; taking inspiration from the beautiful South Hams coastline, simple beading allowing the pewter to sparkle as it catches the light, and Ashridge, with its gentle curves, a modern take on a timeless frame design classic. Visit: www.Lancasterandgibbings.co.uk t: 01803 868181


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