London friends! And anyone else interested, I'll be at the Embankment Summer Market this weekend (held in Victoria Embankment Gardens.) Come and say hi! Last year I accidentally coordinated with my stall... It's an ace design/food/music festival organised by City Showcase all for free!
You don't have to take my word for it - Time Out and The Evening Standard have lovely things to say, amongst plenty of other press:
"This three-day sales spectacular brings together some of the brightest and most talented artists, artisans and fashion designers around."
"The distinctly glamorous Embankment Summer Market is a unique, must-go event in a wonderfully scenic location on the Northbank of the Thames between Embankment Station and the Royal Courts of Justice and Somerset House."
Come and say hi this weekend :)
Dropping it like it's hot...
Delivering big scary orders to big scary distribution centres (Achica etc) in a car creates a lot of confusion when they're more used to seeing big scary men in big scary lorries... I'm hoping this vinyl I've put on the car might help them accept me! Get your high-vis out!
I'm probably the only one who finds this vaguely exciting, but Kate Moby is now a registered trade mark! Lawyered.
Another work in progress pet portrait sneak peek... Say hello to Barney! It's not finished. For Ella.
If you're a member of luxury lifestyle store ACHICA, you might just see a familiar face on there at the mo! They're running a promo of my products starting today until Monday. They also describe me as "the highly collectable artist." Snigger!
Stop the press for the press!
At the Ideal Home Show last year, Good Homes Magazine gave me a cardboard bauble to show how much they loved my cushions. Looks like they still do, as I've turned up in print for the very first time! Yay! Pick up your own in the shop.
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