LITTLE PAPA is proud to announce the 2019 line up this year! Please see our artists below.
The essence of LittlePapa is not only about the craftsmanship and attention to detail that I pride myself upon, but also about the oodles of love that I put into each and every one of the ideas that I make real.
Cassia Beck is inspired by mid century advertising and old book covers. Her collages are made from hand cut paper and vintage magazine cuttings
My aim is to make super fun and happy jewellery, little pieces of affordable luxury, jewellery that is full of character and made to keep and treasure.
I work in precious materials such as gold, silver, diamonds and gems, as well as wood and acrylics. Everything is handmade here in the south of England.
Pinki Jones is a Brighton based print designer and illustrator. Her current work includes bold geometric patterns with gold leaf detailing alongside statement, handcrafted leather glitter necklaces and earrings.
My work is driven by the thrifty ideals of times past, that together with a good helping of childhood nostalgia I attempt to take unwanted and unloved ancient fragments of fabric, sun-bleached and tatty, things repaired time and again in to little boxes full of treasure
I love fabric and I love sewing. Colourful quilting fabric and bold prints are my favourite to work with. I also like to only make items that have a practical use, so they are stylish yet functional. Everything is made by me, in my home with lots of love. Perfect for gifts or to keep for yourself - people will always ask you where you got it.
Florence and Tallulah
Brighton based designer and artist, Robin specialises in decoupage, bespoke headwear and adornment. Inspired by bright colours and the idea that more is more, if it isn’t nailed down-she will gold leaf it!
Tiny Treat Boutique
My jewellery is made out of polymer clay which hardens in the oven. I started making it when my neighbour asked me for some little cakes for her daughter’s dolls. I like to copy the texture and colour of food as accurately as possible and sometimes this involves building the clay up in layers, curing each one before adding another layer. As well as selling ready-made jewellery I also run clay workshops in Brighton and I make kits for children to make their own (called Letterbox Kits, which are available to buy here). Some of my necklaces have been worn recently in a music video for Blonde Electra from X factor and they have also been part of a subscription box called Lucky Dip Club for which I had to make 1200 miniature bottles of milk.
Kristin Lundgren Designs
Fabulous Italian leather purses and shopping bags
Katherine Morton Ceramics
Katherine Morton is an illustrator who works in clay to make fun contemporary bowls. Made to look like 3D illustrations, they are fun and humorous and made to bring a smile.They are a perfect gift or talking piece, ideal for dips, jam, nuts, oils, salt, trinkets and all things delicious.
Made by Jarl
Hanover based illustration creates Hanover lampshades
Hello, I'm a freelance Graphic Designer, living in Hove, on the South coast of England.
As well as designing for Children's TV, film & license property calendars, stationery & books I also love spending my free time printmaking. I love all forms of printmaking, but especially lino print, which is what I now love to do.
I love colour, pattern, children's book illustrations & vintage toys, which can probably be seen in my prints!