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16 Feb

Heal’s Discover: The Modern Craft market – My design picks out and about

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Graeme-Hawes-Heals-Modern-craft-market-Little-Big-Bell I was recently invited to the launch party of Heal’s discover: The Modern Craft Market. It was a wonderful event packed full of home grown talent, crafts and creatives.

The market which will run till February 16th, consist of a curated group of independent designers, Royal College of Art graduates and handpicked artisans from the Crafts Councils and Contemporary Applied Arts.

Here are my picks: The contrasting coloured rimmed bowls above by Graeme Hawes.

Meret-Probst-Heals-Modern-craft-market-photo-by-Little-Big-Bell These faceted glasses by Meret Probst that sparkled like Amber gems.

Gillies-Jones-Heals-London-photo-by-Little-Big-Bell These milky glass bowls by Gillies Jones are simply charming in hues of light minty blues.

Kirsty-Adams-ceramics-photo-by-Little-Big-Bell These beautiful and delicate ceramics by Kirsty Adams remind me of the Mediterranean, perfect for a Summer table setting.

Stuart-Carey-porcelain-stoneware-at-Heals-photo-by-Little-Big-Bell Loving the porcelain stoneware bowls by Stuart Carey. The green and yellow bowls, when stacked, would look so sweet together.

Soderlund-Davidson-Heal's-modern-craft-photo-by-Little-Big-Bell Soderlund Davidson’s mix and match candlestick holders are so much fun. You can select your layers and colours for a personalised creation.

Ikuko-Iwamoto-Heal's-London-photo-by-Geraldine-of-Little-Big-Bell Love the sculptural element of Ikuko Iwamoto’s vase and cups, along with their textural dots.

Kyra-Cane-Heal's-photo-by-Little-Big-Bell The bold black strokes wrapped around Kyra Cane’s porcelain bowls has that ombre effect that is so on trend at the moment.

Morag-Macpherson-cushions-photo-by-Little-Big-Bell

I wouldn’t mind one of these colourful pillows by Morag MacPherson. Inspired by vintage fabrics, they have been digitally printed on.

Kangan-Arora-cushion-Heals-London-photo-by-Geraldine-of-Little-Big-Bell

This Kangan Arora cushion in my favourite colour Teal, is on the wish list.

Kezia-Regan-Heals-Modern-craft-market-photo-by-Geraldine-Little-Big-Bell

Kezia Regan’s cushion caught my eye for its fresh Spring green painterly effect.

Hope you’ve enjoyed my picks. If you are in London tomorrow, do pop in to Heal’s to explore.

Have a lovely weekend all. x

  1. Hi Geraldine, thanks for your post on the combined talent shown at the Modern Craft Market. You do a great job and have a good eye. I loved Soderlund Davidson’s canlesticks and especially the idea that you can create your own unique look from choosing your own combination of clolours and designs! I like! Kyra Cane’s porcelain bowls had a Japanese essence to them that I liked. Perhaps it was that rustic black and neutral palette. I thought the glass bowls by Gillies Jones were very elegant, with beautiful colours. And Graeme Hawes’ beautiful glass bowls with cheerful colour combinations remind me of Swedish art glass.
    I could see your attraction to the teal fabric designs!
    I enjoyed your post, thank you!
    Cheers,
    Deb Carter – Melbourne, Aust

    1. littlebigbell Post author

      Thank you Deborah! What a lovely Summary from your point of view as always. Have a great Sunday! x

    1. littlebigbell Post author

      Thanks Lynn! Love your mix and match idea. It’s the last day of the craft market today, so I’ll definitely run down there for a few more purchases. Have a good week! xx

  2. Oh, my, I would have ruined myself with all the ceramic pieces! Can you buy that day or is it thought for retailers? I like the Japanese design a lot, Geraldine! xo

    1. littlebigbell Post author

      Hi Gudy, yes it was available to buy on that day. I can see why you like the Japanese design. By the way, love your ceramics too. xx

  3. Thanks for the roundup Geraldine, I love all the porcelain and ceramics in this mix especially Kyra Cane’s porcelain bowls – they are just beautiful. Have a great week lovely. xD

  4. Lovely to see what I missed Geraldine!! I was really keen to go-what a shame it wasn’t a week later when the school hols were on-the kids would have loved the craft sessions! Have a great weekend! xx

    1. littlebigbell Post author

      They’ll run the craft market next year Caroline. Maybe we can go together then with our daughters. xx

  5. Lovely post – thank you for sharing your finds!
    I particularly like the ceramics you’ve show – especially by Kirsty Adam – they also remind me of summertime in Europe x

    1. littlebigbell Post author

      You’re most welcome Michelle! I can’t wait for Summer. Kirsty Adam’s ceramics are lovely. xx

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