24 May 2013
Wow - that went fast! So we're just setting up for our final open house weekend - it's been a great few weeks so far and we're really looking forward to seeing some more lovely people here at number 42! To get you warmed up, here are a few more teasers of what we've got on show...
If you haven't got down yet, this will be your last chance to have your fortune told by Mark Pavey's amazing machine - place your palm on the machine and turn the crank to receive a print imparting wisdom and fortune. The prints themselves are rather handsome, too!
Delicious Industries' prints have been making us smile every time we walk through the door:
And their notepads are great too:
Claire Scully's work has been going down a storm, too. There's such amazing detail in each of the prints - after being spoiled living with them for a few weeks, we're now struggling to decide which one to buy for ourselves!
We've had quite a few people cooing over this lovely print by Petting Zoo Prints and Collectables:
You'll have seen the amazing Perspex skulls by Curly Mark in a few other posts - but take a look at his beautiful screenprinted feather skull - the gold ink is really something!
And carrying on what's turned out to be a bit of a theme, James Sawyer's icons and shrines have brought some glamour and glitter to the kitchen
Snorkus's soft toys and feline prints are proving to be favourites once again - these owls and pussycats are looking for a new home:
Mr Wingate's Big Ben clock is looking rather handsome at the top of the stairs
I'm running out of superlatives, but Natalie Martin's atmospheric pencil drawings are really special:
The helloDODO prints have been super-popular this year - you can see why!
Alice's prints are always a joy to have on display:
And we've had some lovely people in the garden, too!
Look forward to seeing you for the last weekend!!