MiAL at Canopy Market

Canopy Market

Friday 28th – Saturday 29th October

West Handyside Canopy, Granary Square, Kings Cross, London, N1C 4BH

Opening Times: Friday 10-6, Saturday 10-4

Canopy Market is the new home for independent sellers and makers. Bringing you fine fresh produce, as well as unique designs, serious sounds, and lots of delicious hot food. Enjoy craft beer from the stalls, take part in amazing creative workshops, and sit back and relax (or get up and dance…) to the music. With guest traders, there’s something new to discover every day.

As part of Canopy Market Made in Arts London brings you an incredible range of art and design by the students and graduates of University of the Arts London. Jewellery, art, ceramics – this is the place to bag a bargain from a future design star.

We’ll also be hosting a series of artist workshops during the market, giving you the chance to get creative and make something yourself.

Artist and Designer Stalls

At the market nine MiAL artists will have individual stalls selling a fantastic range of their art and design, including exclusive new pieces only available at the market. This will be a great opportunity to not only find unique and exciting pieces by London’s emerging talents, but also a chance to chat to the artists and designers behind the work and find out more about what you’re buying!

The artists hosting stalls at Canopy Market are:

catalina-vela%c2%a6usquez-g-iguaque-flores-side-webCatalina Velásquez – MA Communication Design, Central Saint Martins 2017

Catalina’s work is heavily inspired by botany and nature. Recently commissioned to design a collection of bags for KUPA, the patterns featured on these designs are inspired by the natural ecosystems in Colombia and aim to recognise the natural richness of the country.

 

 

Chloe Hope KingBA Fashion Contour, chloe-hope-king-esoteric-london-cosmic-warrior-artemisia-website-image
London College of Fashion 2012

Chloe’s brand creates collections that allow their customers to make a statement and stand out. All pieces are handmade in her London studio, constructed from carefully selected fabrics and high quality materials. Chloe has been awarded UAL Seed Fund, 2014 and O2 Think Bigger, 2014.

 

 

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Emily Carter – BA Fashion Textiles, London College of Fashion 2014

Emily specialises in luxury silk scarves and pocket squares. Her collections incorporate themes from natural history, scientific illustration, flora & fauna and English Heritage to create surreal and unique illustrations and prints. Emily has been awarded the Creative Enterprise LCF Award, 2014 and LCF Excellence Showtime Impact Award, 2014.

 

 

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Fredrik Andersson – BA Illustration, Camberwell College of Arts 2016

Frederik’s work promotes queer and LGBTQ matters. His pieces are autobiographical with inspiration coming from his own experiences. He works to find the humour in life, including in the sad moments. Fredrik’s work was selected as part of 2016 Creative Review/JCDecaux Gradwatch leading to his work showing on screens across London.

 

 

 

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Isabella Pagnotta – BA Surface Design, London College of Communication 2015

Isabella is a surface designer and printmaker whose work is inspired by pattern, colour and textures in her surroundings, in and around London and on her travels.  Isabella won the Whittard of Chelsea design a tea caddy competition, 2015 and was selected as an exhibitor for New Designers, 2015.

 

 

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Lili Price – BA Graphic Design Communication, Chelsea College of Art 2018

With inspiration coming from everything from personal projects to university led design briefs, Lili has developed her illustrations so that they can be applied to any product and suit any personality. Lili’s work has been featured on multiple style blogs and magazines, she is also currently working on publishing her first book.

 

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Pixie TBA Design for Art Direction, London College of Communications 2018

Described as a wearable testament that one is never alone on their journey, Pixie T’s brand, Of Trying Times is inspired by the difficulty faced by young people coming of age. Pixie was selected as an exhibitor for Exhibited at Julie’s The Best of You, Singaplural Recognition Showcase, 2016.

 

 

Saffie Ppluck_saffie_pluckddesigns_reflectivehat_bobble_flatlay-1luck – BA Product Design, Central Saint Martins 2014

Saffie’s brand, Pluck’d Designs, fuses fashion with function. Her range aims to bridge the gap in the cycling and urban apparel markets, by offering reflective knitwear garments that excel in both areas. Saffie’s work has been featured on multiple design blogs and she was shortlisted for Etsy Awards going on to win Gold in the Fashion and Accessories category 2016.

 

 

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Summer Oxley – BA Fine Art: Painting, Wimbledon College of Arts 2015

The aesthetics’ of Summer’s work comes from the merging of her biggest loves in life: kitsch mass produced ornaments, sickly cute stationary and generally anything over the top. The unique sense of fun in Summer’s work comes from an understanding that not everything has to be serious all of the time. Summer was selected to exhibit at Affordable Art Fairs, Ones to watch exhibition, 2015.

 

MiAL Stall

Alongside the individual artist stalls, Made in Arts London will also be showcasing a range of prints, design, homeware, accessories and stationary by a collection of MiAL artists and designers including:

Aphra O’Connor, Dan Gombos, Daniela Monasterios Tan, Esther Ellard, Hansika Jethnani, Helen Lieu, Isabelle Laight, Laura Aldous, Laura Rooney, Michael Rudman, Nafsika Petrogka, Obinna Uzoukwu, Rowenna Mason, Rosie Brewer, The City Works, Sabrina Shah Hakim, Yoyo Yeung and Zuzanna Odolczyk.

Artist Workshops

On top of all this we’ll also be holding four artist workshops! Keep reading for further details on each workshop, tickets can be booked here!

Friday 28th October: 1-2pm

Postcard Embroidery with Daniela Monasterios Tancanopy-market-2

Made in Arts London artist Daniela Monasterios Tan uses embroidery within her work as a way of collecting memories and characters from her travels. In this workshop Daniela will introduce you to basic embroidery stiches, which you’ll then be able to embroider onto vintage postcards or your own travel photographs.

Suitable for all levels from complete beginner upwards (ages 10+). All materials are provided.

This workshop is free to attend, booking is advised.

Friday 28th October: 4-6pm

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Come to a jewellery making class hosted by Esoteric London jewellery designer Chloe Hope King and learn all the skills and techniques to make your own piece of statement jewellery. Get crafty with all sorts of materials from sparkly glitter and mirrored acrylic to rustic wood and leather. After the workshop, it’s yours to keep or give as a perfect one-of-a-kind gift for someone special!

Suitable for all levels from complete beginner upwards (ages 16+). All materials are provided.

This workshop costs £30 per person, booking is essential.

Saturday 29th October: 11-2pm

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Pixie T’s workshop will teach participants the basics of polymer clay, working hard blocks of clay into soft malleable clay to create polymer clay beads. You’ll also learn techniques for creating textures and colours during the session. The workshop will direct participants to create wearable items through the combination of cotton cords and polymer clay beads made and baked during the session. Participants will also learn knotting techniques for their necklace so that they can bring home their very own finished accessory at the end of the workshop.

Suitable for all levels from complete beginner upwards (ages 10+). All materials are provided.

This workshop costs £15 per person, booking is essential.

Saturday 29th October: 3-4pm

Japanese Washi Tape Creations with Esther Ellardimag1324-1

Made in Arts London artist Esther Ellard introduces you to the patterning possibilities of Japanese Washi tape. Washi tape is a thin paper tape that comes in a multitude of different colours and patterns, and when layered, overlapping or intersecting creates new hues and unexpected designs. You could create super straight grids, repeated patterns, or go abstract and freeform!

Suitable for all ages. All materials are provided.

This workshop is free to attend, booking is advised.

 

For more information on any of the artists, designers or workshops involved in Canopy Market, please email rosa@madeinartslondon.com

 

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