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FIRST ROUND OF WORKSHOPS FOR 2018

I had my first set of 2018 workshops take place last month and it was a ball of fun. I still can't believe it's taken me over a year to get round to getting it finally organised but hey, better late than never!

The workshops take place over the weekends at our lovely and bright co-working studio space in East London - boy am I grateful to finally have the perfect studio space to host it in. Makes such a difference when you can run them in the comforts of your own space with all the materials etc to hand.  So, I guess all that hard graft and DIY back in winter 2016/2017 totally paid off!

That said, the second one was held at an external venue! I decided it made sense to do the odd one intermitently at a different place as it can be always useful from a marketing point of view.

This one was held at Mercato Metropoliano in Elephant & Castle - a once disused paper factory, it is now home to a large food market with an array of artisan street food (If you're a foodie it's definitely a MUST-DO place!) My workshop coincided with Crafty Fox Market to create an incredibly brilliant market vibe and i had the best time with my participants, including my very first young lettering artist in the making! You can find some more photos of that day here

If you're interested in signing up to my 'lettering & sign-making' workshops, i have a few dates up on my SHOP tab. I'm offering two workshops; and 'Entry level' and an 'Advanced level' where the main difference is that int he latter you'll be designing you're very own hand-lettered typographic design and then painting. So if you're either looking for a bit of creative/social fun or want to learn/improve your lettering skill set then it's definitely worth having a look! Spaces to my workshops are capped at 8-10people simply for everyone to get my full attention. The studio is pretty centrally located and really well connected too! 

I'll be adding further dates for April and May, so do keep your eyes peeled!

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