We’re hosting our firs ever Brighton Pop-Up Shop this month, starting on the 30th May and ending the 8th June at 114 Church Street in Brighton.
Not only will we be filling both floors with our most loved products, we’ll be introducing some new ones AND sharing the space with a few other UK based homeware brands. In the true spirit of Evermade we decided that collaborating with local artists would not only enhance the space visually but is also the perfect introduction to Brighton’s close knit community. It’s what we’re all about.
At the shop we’ll be showing off some of Brilliant Neon’s bespoke lighting, hand thrown ceramics from Potter’s Thumb and crafter’s of quirky terrariums Miniature & Moss. These brands will be shown alongside all of our prints, stationery and gifts to bring you a unique shopping experience.
If the thought of shopping with us in person isn’t exciting enough, then we’re thrilled to announce that we’re also throwing a bit of a party! On Thursday 1st June we’re kickstarting the weekend early with a wine and snack fuelled event featuring talks from illustrator Jenni Sparks and interior stylist Sarah Akwisombe. Doors open at 7.30pm with talks starting at 8pm.
Jenni has been working with us from the get go, creating stunningly intricate and tongue in cheek maps of the worlds most-loved cities. Her hand drawn artwork has been displayed far and wide, notably printed across the flooring at Gatwick Airport’s arrivals lounge.
As well as drawing these playful designs, Jenni has worked with us to create tote bags, clothing and many other products that you will find on our online store and now in our Brighton shop. Think colour, quick wit and bags of confidence!
Sarah is an interior stylist, Instagram aficionado and all round bad ass blogger. Her ‘No Bull Blog School’ course says it all. Sarah has styled her way through big name brands such as Estée Lauder, Habitat, Muji and more.
Whether you’re an aspiring blogger, upcoming stylist or just want some interior advice, Sarah Akwisombe is your girl. We can’t wait to hear her tips for styling art in the home.
Excited? So are we. You can find even more information on the Evermade Facebook: