You can find them in every nook and cranny: in the the iconic Bussey Building, the arches beneath Peckham Rye train station, on unassuming industrial estates, in their own homes, and even in disused estate car parks.

From ceramics and sculpture to painting, printing and photography; from mead and neon to design-icon trays, let us take you on a journey to discover what is “Made In Peckham”.

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Visit studios across Peckham all weekend:

Friday 9th September 2016 18:00-21:00
Saturday 10th September 2016 11:00-18:00
Sunday 11th September 2016 11:00-18:00

Some artists are also offering workshops or taster sessions across the weekend.

Don’t forget to share your discoveries with us! @PeckhamFestival

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2016 Artists

  • All
  • Architectural design
  • Ceramics
  • Craft
  • Drawing/illustration
  • Fashion & textiles
  • Framing
  • Homewares & interiors
  • Jewellery/silversmithing
  • Mixed media
  • Other
  • Painting
  • Photography
  • Printmaking
  • Sculpture

Benjamin Johansen

Benjamin Johansen's artwork blurs the boundary between pointillism and abstract.
From past Festival

Blenheim Forge

Blenheim Forge produce hand forged kitchen knives from their workshop in Peckham.
From past Festival

Brilliant Neon & Little Bird Gin

Fab affordable neon with Little Bird Gin cocktail bar.
From past Festival

Caroline Wright

Caroline is showing a suite of small abstract paintings which concentrate on colour relationships within a geometric frame.
From past Festival

Casey Mollett

Casey is a textile designer and maker living and working in London whose screen printed works on fabric.
From past Festival

Celia Goth

Celia is a photographer, printer, 3D worker, and uses all sorts of other materials and media in creative work.
From past Festival

CR2 Studios

CR2 Studios now hosts a creative community or photographers, film makers and performance artists.
From past Festival

Daniel Crawshaw

Daniel Crawshaw produces photorealist landscape paintings depicting remote mountain environments.
From past Festival

Debbie Randall

Simple yet stylish wheel thrown in stoneware and porcelain.

Dido Hallett

Elegantly awkward figurative paintings executed with much indecision before the end is realised.
From past Festival

Dirk Larsen (Studio Dirk)

People will be able to see a mixture of work that was stolen from Dirk some 23 years ago, that…
From past Festival

Eleanor Wemyss

Eleanor Wemyss uses a range of mediums to collaborate with different industries.
From past Festival

Emma Evans (South London Saddles)

Emma is a leather artesian and specialist, designs practical accessories and products, from custom bike saddles to bags.
From past Festival

Emma Fenelon

Storytelling and mark-making are key to what drives Emma Fenelon's work.
From past Festival

Eunice de Pascali

Eunice, a Camberwell graduate, specialises in porcelain, making both representative and functional pieces.

Gail Bryson

Gail Bryson is a print and textile designer.
From past Festival

Georgie McAusland

An illustrator and printmaker based in London.
From past Festival

Gosnells

The traditional base of mead, is just honey and water – but Gosnells use traditional ingredients and methods to create…
From past Festival

Hannah Bays

Recent work deals with the notion of 'Desire', combining a graphic 'world of signs' with an expressive painterly style.
From past Festival

Ivo Carew architecture

In his practice, Ivo Carew aims to achieve a simple and sensuous architecture.
From past Festival

Jacob Alexander Bespoke Cabinet Makers

Jacob Alexander are bespoke manufacturers specialising in kitchens, cabinet making, fitted and freestanding furniture.
From past Festival

Jane Muir

Jane's cermics are mainly based on the human figure.

JDP Ceramics

James's work encompasses his experience in the field of fashion design.
From past Festival

Jo Dennis

Jo Dennis is a multi disciplinary artist making imagery, objects and installations.
From past Festival

John Hinds

An established framing studio, John Hinds framing has over 18 years of experience.
From past Festival

Jonathan Haydock

Working in video, photography and print-based media.
From past Festival

Joshua Parker

Joshua Parker works within a mixture of mediums focusing on ideas around utopian ideas.
From past Festival

Julia R. Gallego

Julia R. Gallego’s personal mythology draws from Japanese erotic prints and medieval iconography.
From past Festival

Katrina Adams

Katrina Adams is a self-taught artist known for her vividly abstract two and three-dimensional artworks which feature geometric shapes and…
From past Festival

Kennedy Woods Architecture

Kennedy Woods Architecture is an interdisciplinary creative design studio specialising in spatial projects across a range of scales.

Kirsten Jack & Philip Stewart

Kirsten's prints and photographs explore the blurred lines between nature and the city.
From past Festival

Kristy Noble

Kristy Noble is a Photographer specialising in Interiors and Still Life.
From past Festival

London Stone Carving

A small multi-award winning team of highly skilled, experienced and qualified craftsmen.
From past Festival

Lou Smith

Lou's current work comprises jewellery and small-scale sculpture in silver and bronze inspired by natural forms.
From past Festival

Margarita Lorenzo (Chocolate Creative)

Chocolate Creative is a boutique brand that offers unique handmade homewares and accessories focused on sustainable products made in the…
From past Festival

Mark Pearson

A contemporary figurative painter; the key elements in his pictures are light, space and movement.

Mark Petty

Specialising in hand-pulled screen prints exploring the techniques, gold-leafing process and gold gilding.
From past Festival

Matteo Bianchi Studio

Matteo Bianchi Studio is an international Interior Design Studio and a new addition to Peckham.
From past Festival

Nicholas Cobb

Varied artwork with a focus on environmental degradation and rewilding.
From past Festival

Nina Baxter

Nina Baxter is a London based artist whose work explores themes of escapism, the beauty of nature and communication in…
From past Festival

Pangea Arts

Pangea Arts are a street art duo, their work is inspired by ancient mark-making and forms of calligraphy from across…
From past Festival

Poulsom Middlehurst

Poulsom Middlehurst is a creative design studio based in Peckham, founded by architects Amy Poulsom and Jane Middlehurst.
From past Festival

Simon Short

Colour photography, using medium format film and printed myself in darkrooms in Brixton.
From past Festival

Sonsoles

Sonsoles Print Studio is a fully equipped Open Access screen print studio situated in a friendly warehouse 5 min away…
From past Festival

Soul’D

These series of screen prints shout out: We are HERE. We are IN PECKHAM.
From past Festival

Tamara Goutas & Ben Wegert

Experiments with the concept of natural transformation
From past Festival

The Hoochie Trunk

The hoochie trunk, use recycling fabrics to make new clothes with a vintage vibe.
From past Festival

The Pattern Guild

A Peckham based design studio creating screen printed products with bold geometric patterns.
From past Festival

Weavers|Nest

The Weavers❘Nest is a Textiles Lab housing a George Wood Dobby Loom.
From past Festival

Willem Samuel

Samuel's work is an eclectic mix of pop and traditional art.
From past Festival
  • All
  • Architectural design
  • Ceramics
  • Craft
  • Drawing/illustration
  • Fashion & textiles
  • Framing
  • Graphic design
  • Homewares & interiors
  • Jewellery/silversmithing
  • Mixed media
  • Other
  • Painting
  • Photography
  • Printmaking
  • Sculpture

Benjamin Johansen

Benjamin Johansen's artwork blurs the boundary between pointillism and abstract.
From past Festival

Blenheim Forge

Blenheim Forge produce hand forged kitchen knives from their workshop in Peckham.
From past Festival

Boyarde

Boyarde is a Pop Artist specialising in painting unusual canvases, from handbags to bums to shoes.
From past Festival

Brilliant Neon & Little Bird Gin

Fab affordable neon with Little Bird Gin cocktail bar.
From past Festival

Bryony Rumble

Bryony works widely as a props and costume props maker, props supervisor and puppet fabricator for theatre, opera, film and…
From past Festival

Caroline Wright

Caroline is showing a suite of small abstract paintings which concentrate on colour relationships within a geometric frame.
From past Festival

Casey Mollett

Casey is a textile designer and maker living and working in London whose screen printed works on fabric.
From past Festival

Celia Goth

Celia is a photographer, printer, 3D worker, and uses all sorts of other materials and media in creative work.
From past Festival

Christopher Clack

Deals the inter-relationships of atheism and religion.
From past Festival

CR2 Studios

CR2 Studios now hosts a creative community or photographers, film makers and performance artists.
From past Festival

Creativity Club (Dan Harder)

Dan is a graphic designer who works with a number of local organisations, including The Peckham Peculiar and Dulwich Diverter.
From past Festival

Daniel Crawshaw

Daniel Crawshaw produces photorealist landscape paintings depicting remote mountain environments.
From past Festival

Debbie Randall

Simple yet stylish wheel thrown in stoneware and porcelain.

Dido Hallett

Elegantly awkward figurative paintings executed with much indecision before the end is realised.
From past Festival

Dirk Larsen (Studio Dirk)

People will be able to see a mixture of work that was stolen from Dirk some 23 years ago, that…
From past Festival

Eleanor Wemyss

Eleanor Wemyss uses a range of mediums to collaborate with different industries.
From past Festival

Emma Evans (South London Saddles)

Emma is a leather artesian and specialist, designs practical accessories and products, from custom bike saddles to bags.
From past Festival

Emma Fenelon

Storytelling and mark-making are key to what drives Emma Fenelon's work.
From past Festival

Eunice de Pascali

Eunice, a Camberwell graduate, specialises in porcelain, making both representative and functional pieces.

Gail Bryson

Gail Bryson is a print and textile designer.
From past Festival

Georgie McAusland

An illustrator and printmaker based in London.
From past Festival

Gosnells

The traditional base of mead, is just honey and water – but Gosnells use traditional ingredients and methods to create…
From past Festival

Hannah Bays

Recent work deals with the notion of 'Desire', combining a graphic 'world of signs' with an expressive painterly style.
From past Festival

Hannah Toehill

Freelance Illustrator interested in the human form and exploring the everyday through printmaking.
From past Festival

Ivo Carew architecture

In his practice, Ivo Carew aims to achieve a simple and sensuous architecture.
From past Festival

Jacob Alexander Bespoke Cabinet Makers

Jacob Alexander are bespoke manufacturers specialising in kitchens, cabinet making, fitted and freestanding furniture.
From past Festival

Jane Muir

Jane's cermics are mainly based on the human figure.

JDP Ceramics

James's work encompasses his experience in the field of fashion design.
From past Festival

Jo Dennis

Jo Dennis is a multi disciplinary artist making imagery, objects and installations.
From past Festival

John Hinds

An established framing studio, John Hinds framing has over 18 years of experience.
From past Festival

Jonathan Haydock

Working in video, photography and print-based media.
From past Festival

Joshua Parker

Joshua Parker works within a mixture of mediums focusing on ideas around utopian ideas.
From past Festival

Julia R. Gallego

Julia R. Gallego’s personal mythology draws from Japanese erotic prints and medieval iconography.
From past Festival

Katrina Adams

Katrina Adams is a self-taught artist known for her vividly abstract two and three-dimensional artworks which feature geometric shapes and…
From past Festival

Kaymet

Visit the Kaymet factory near the Old Kent Road, where their classic anodised aluminium trays and trolleys are made.
From past Festival

Kennedy Woods Architecture

Kennedy Woods Architecture is an interdisciplinary creative design studio specialising in spatial projects across a range of scales.

Kirsten Jack & Philip Stewart

Kirsten's prints and photographs explore the blurred lines between nature and the city.
From past Festival

Kristy Noble

Kristy Noble is a Photographer specialising in Interiors and Still Life.
From past Festival

Laura Hemming-Lowe

Using performance, film and photography I document my reaction to my conflict with existence, commodity and gender.
From past Festival

Livesey Exchange / OKR Studios

Sixty vacant garages on the Ledbury Estate to be converted into spaces for workshops and cultural activities where people can…
From past Festival

London Stone Carving

A small multi-award winning team of highly skilled, experienced and qualified craftsmen.
From past Festival

Lou Smith

Lou's current work comprises jewellery and small-scale sculpture in silver and bronze inspired by natural forms.
From past Festival

Margarita Lorenzo (Chocolate Creative)

Chocolate Creative is a boutique brand that offers unique handmade homewares and accessories focused on sustainable products made in the…
From past Festival

Mark Pearson

A contemporary figurative painter; the key elements in his pictures are light, space and movement.

Mark Petty

Specialising in hand-pulled screen prints exploring the techniques, gold-leafing process and gold gilding.
From past Festival

Melanie Carvalho

Melanie Carvalho works mainly with painting, film and collage.
From past Festival

Nicholas Cobb

Varied artwork with a focus on environmental degradation and rewilding.
From past Festival

Nina Baxter

Nina Baxter is a London based artist whose work explores themes of escapism, the beauty of nature and communication in…
From past Festival

Pangea Arts

Pangea Arts are a street art duo, their work is inspired by ancient mark-making and forms of calligraphy from across…
From past Festival

Poulsom Middlehurst

Poulsom Middlehurst is a creative design studio based in Peckham, founded by architects Amy Poulsom and Jane Middlehurst.
From past Festival

Rebecca Ackroyd

Ackroyd’s work toys with the discipline of sculpture, as processes are dissected to their bare bones in a diverse language…
From past Festival

Ros Badger & Kate Owen (Beggars’ Velvet)

Beggars’ Velvet create a collection of modern homewares which playfully engage with the onerous tasks of everyday life.
From past Festival

Shivinder

"Neurotectonics" New digital artworks for print by Shiv Grewal.
From past Festival

Simon Short

Colour photography, using medium format film and printed myself in darkrooms in Brixton.
From past Festival

Sonsoles

Sonsoles Print Studio is a fully equipped Open Access screen print studio situated in a friendly warehouse 5 min away…
From past Festival

Soul’D

These series of screen prints shout out: We are HERE. We are IN PECKHAM.
From past Festival

Tamara Goutas & Ben Wegert

Experiments with the concept of natural transformation
From past Festival

The Hoochie Trunk

The hoochie trunk, use recycling fabrics to make new clothes with a vintage vibe.
From past Festival

The Pattern Guild

A Peckham based design studio creating screen printed products with bold geometric patterns.
From past Festival

Weavers|Nest

The Weavers❘Nest is a Textiles Lab housing a George Wood Dobby Loom.
From past Festival

Willem Samuel

Samuel's work is an eclectic mix of pop and traditional art.
From past Festival
  • All
  • Architectural design
  • Ceramics
  • Craft
  • Drawing/illustration
  • Fashion & textiles
  • Framing
  • Graphic design
  • Homewares & interiors
  • Jewellery/silversmithing
  • Mixed media
  • Other
  • Painting
  • Photography
  • Printmaking
  • Sculpture

Benjamin Johansen

Benjamin Johansen's artwork blurs the boundary between pointillism and abstract.
From past Festival

Blenheim Forge

Blenheim Forge produce hand forged kitchen knives from their workshop in Peckham.
From past Festival

Brilliant Neon & Little Bird Gin

Fab affordable neon with Little Bird Gin cocktail bar.
From past Festival

Bryony Rumble

Bryony works widely as a props and costume props maker, props supervisor and puppet fabricator for theatre, opera, film and…
From past Festival

Caroline Wright

Caroline is showing a suite of small abstract paintings which concentrate on colour relationships within a geometric frame.
From past Festival

Casey Mollett

Casey is a textile designer and maker living and working in London whose screen printed works on fabric.
From past Festival

Celia Goth

Celia is a photographer, printer, 3D worker, and uses all sorts of other materials and media in creative work.
From past Festival

Christopher Clack

Deals the inter-relationships of atheism and religion.
From past Festival

CR2 Studios

CR2 Studios now hosts a creative community or photographers, film makers and performance artists.
From past Festival

Creativity Club (Dan Harder)

Dan is a graphic designer who works with a number of local organisations, including The Peckham Peculiar and Dulwich Diverter.
From past Festival

Daniel Crawshaw

Daniel Crawshaw produces photorealist landscape paintings depicting remote mountain environments.
From past Festival

Debbie Randall

Simple yet stylish wheel thrown in stoneware and porcelain.

Dido Hallett

Elegantly awkward figurative paintings executed with much indecision before the end is realised.
From past Festival

Eleanor Wemyss

Eleanor Wemyss uses a range of mediums to collaborate with different industries.
From past Festival

Emma Evans (South London Saddles)

Emma is a leather artesian and specialist, designs practical accessories and products, from custom bike saddles to bags.
From past Festival

Emma Fenelon

Storytelling and mark-making are key to what drives Emma Fenelon's work.
From past Festival

Eunice de Pascali

Eunice, a Camberwell graduate, specialises in porcelain, making both representative and functional pieces.

Gail Bryson

Gail Bryson is a print and textile designer.
From past Festival

Georgie McAusland

An illustrator and printmaker based in London.
From past Festival

Hannah Toehill

Freelance Illustrator interested in the human form and exploring the everyday through printmaking.
From past Festival

Jacob Alexander Bespoke Cabinet Makers

Jacob Alexander are bespoke manufacturers specialising in kitchens, cabinet making, fitted and freestanding furniture.
From past Festival

Jane Muir

Jane's cermics are mainly based on the human figure.

JDP Ceramics

James's work encompasses his experience in the field of fashion design.
From past Festival

Jo Dennis

Jo Dennis is a multi disciplinary artist making imagery, objects and installations.
From past Festival

John Hinds

An established framing studio, John Hinds framing has over 18 years of experience.
From past Festival

Jonathan Haydock

Working in video, photography and print-based media.
From past Festival

Joshua Parker

Joshua Parker works within a mixture of mediums focusing on ideas around utopian ideas.
From past Festival

Julia R. Gallego

Julia R. Gallego’s personal mythology draws from Japanese erotic prints and medieval iconography.
From past Festival

Katrina Adams

Katrina Adams is a self-taught artist known for her vividly abstract two and three-dimensional artworks which feature geometric shapes and…
From past Festival

Kaymet

Visit the Kaymet factory near the Old Kent Road, where their classic anodised aluminium trays and trolleys are made.
From past Festival

Kennedy Woods Architecture

Kennedy Woods Architecture is an interdisciplinary creative design studio specialising in spatial projects across a range of scales.

Kristy Noble

Kristy Noble is a Photographer specialising in Interiors and Still Life.
From past Festival

Laura Hemming-Lowe

Using performance, film and photography I document my reaction to my conflict with existence, commodity and gender.
From past Festival

London Stone Carving

A small multi-award winning team of highly skilled, experienced and qualified craftsmen.
From past Festival

Lou Smith

Lou's current work comprises jewellery and small-scale sculpture in silver and bronze inspired by natural forms.
From past Festival

Margarita Lorenzo (Chocolate Creative)

Chocolate Creative is a boutique brand that offers unique handmade homewares and accessories focused on sustainable products made in the…
From past Festival

Mark Pearson

A contemporary figurative painter; the key elements in his pictures are light, space and movement.

Mark Petty

Specialising in hand-pulled screen prints exploring the techniques, gold-leafing process and gold gilding.
From past Festival

Melanie Carvalho

Melanie Carvalho works mainly with painting, film and collage.
From past Festival

Nicholas Cobb

Varied artwork with a focus on environmental degradation and rewilding.
From past Festival

Nina Baxter

Nina Baxter is a London based artist whose work explores themes of escapism, the beauty of nature and communication in…
From past Festival

Pangea Arts

Pangea Arts are a street art duo, their work is inspired by ancient mark-making and forms of calligraphy from across…
From past Festival

Ros Badger & Kate Owen (Beggars’ Velvet)

Beggars’ Velvet create a collection of modern homewares which playfully engage with the onerous tasks of everyday life.
From past Festival

Shivinder

"Neurotectonics" New digital artworks for print by Shiv Grewal.
From past Festival

Simon Short

Colour photography, using medium format film and printed myself in darkrooms in Brixton.
From past Festival

Sonsoles

Sonsoles Print Studio is a fully equipped Open Access screen print studio situated in a friendly warehouse 5 min away…
From past Festival

Soul’D

These series of screen prints shout out: We are HERE. We are IN PECKHAM.
From past Festival

The Hoochie Trunk

The hoochie trunk, use recycling fabrics to make new clothes with a vintage vibe.
From past Festival

The Pattern Guild

A Peckham based design studio creating screen printed products with bold geometric patterns.
From past Festival

Weavers|Nest

The Weavers❘Nest is a Textiles Lab housing a George Wood Dobby Loom.
From past Festival

Willem Samuel

Samuel's work is an eclectic mix of pop and traditional art.
From past Festival