Learning how to professionally work with leather in London at Prescott and Mackay. I have used leather in bag construction before but was never quite satisfied at the results…no more excuses now!
London is an amazing city, I’ve been so busy I hardly have time to post anything!… But it’s time to share some inspiration……these pics are from the Victoria & Albert Museum, one of my favourite places and bursting with inspiration!
On the Bus to Athens Airport
Driving along the coast to Athens airport, my journey begins!
Leather and Handbag Hardware in Athens
Leather and handbag hardware sourced in Athens
Have been busy working on new designs, combining…
My Aegean Travelogue
I spend a lot of time traveling to and from Milos, my island home, mostly on ferryboats. The…
Am currently printing “LOVE CATS” inspired by our adopted bad-ass cat. The print is to be made into cuddly soft toys.
A few years ago my hubby and kids found two tiny newborn kittens that had been thrown into a flowerbed at the back of our house. I…
Many moons ago as a student, I had fun learning about, and experimenting with, tile pattern for my thesis. Using a newgadget called a computer and a plotter kind-of-thing the size of a small table (this was during the pre-computer age) I manipulated…
In the aftermath of the devastating collapse of a garment factory on the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh, here is the photograher’s quote in this article, “Every time I look back to this photo, I feel uncomfortable — it haunts me. It’s as if they are saying to me, we are not a number — not only cheap labor and cheap lives. We are human beings like you. Our life is precious like yours, and our dreams are precious too.”
Like it or not - everytime we buy cheap clothes made by cheap labor we indirectly support inhumane and even deadly working conditions! If this disaster had happened in USA or England or Germany the outcry would be huge! Here tho?
See on lightbox.time.com