Meet Laura Brown from Elby Brown Jewellery, who lives off grid in Cornwall, making exquisite pieces that combine imagination, storytelling, precious metals and fine craftsmanship from her studio among the birch trees.
InterviewsMeet the Maker
Skantlyn means ‘pattern’ in Cornish, and it’s a fitting name for Liz May’s creative business designing bright, colourful illustrations for mugs, bookmarks, homeware and greetings cards, based 10 minutes from the sea in Cornwall.
Living in Cornwall, Emma at The Cornish Coaster Company has an endless supply of inspiration on her doorstep. The influence of its beautiful beaches, quaint fishing villages, curious seagulls and seaside colours can all be found on her fabric coasters. But there is more to her making than cute and quirky designs.
Kate Clark from Gilbert and Stone lives in a small village in Cornwall, where she splits her time between cycling down to Pentewan beach and making ceramics from the shepherd’s hut in her garden. We caught up with Kate and found out more about her background, where her ideas come from and how it all began with a pair of tartan flares…