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O3 Gallery Shop

Kim Raymont

Printed alphabet coasters £2.50 Something Wonderful Design by Kim Raymont, is a one-stop dining room table-based shop for handprinted artwork. Using lovely old-fashioned printmaking methods- linoprint, screenprinting and letterpress, she makes a wide range of prints in the form of posters, bunting and more. Her work is inspired by vintage advertising, railway posters and old junk, and unified by a love for typography and colour: modern design using traditional techniques. Her prints have been featured in a beautiful book by design publishers Gestalten, as well as shipped to happy customers all over the world.


by Anabelle Lou

Opening times: Tue-Fri 12-5pm; Sat & Sun 11am -4pm;
Closed Monday

Anabelle Lou
Anabelle Lou uses vintage, found and floral fabrics to make one-of-a-kind beads. These are then used in their designs to create unique and fabulously wearable items of jewellery. Let out your completely feminine side in these floral beauties! .

‘Paper Tales’ Biodegradable Jewellery

by Crumple

Opening times: Tue-Fri 12-5pm; Sat & Sun 11am -4pm;
Closed Monday

On March 6th, to coincide with Fair Trade Fortnight and in support of the UN Decade of Bio-diversity, Crumple launched their summer collection of eco jewellery. Mimicking the simplicity and finesse of origami, each pair is carefully hand crafted in the UK out of beautiful eco materials including non-toxic, non-solvent acid free glues and responsibly sourced paper and card. The hooks are sterling silver so nearly everyone can wear the earrings. Once the earrings have been loved the wearer is given the option to recycle or compost them. If recycling facilities aren’t available everything can be posted back to Crumple.

The collection has been inspired by the spectacular 1960s disposable paper dress sensation and the temporal beauty of land-art. Crumple design duo, eco fashion consultant Elizabeth Laskar and artist Jezella Pigott combine fashion and art to produce earrings that are eye catching, carry a positive story and designed to have minimal impact on the environment. Crumple’s first collection is called ‘Paper Tales’ as each style tells a story about our environment.

There are currently nine designs in the collection which highlight an array of environmental challenges. From Polar Bears, water conservation, to nurturing environments for bees to visit gardens and meadows, the Paper Tales collection celebrates stories about our diverse environment and invites the wearer to get creative in helping to make a difference. For each pair of earrings sold, Crumple put 20pence into a fund for conservation projects around the world. The ‘Sun Spot” earrings, inspired by the Egyptian sun god Aten, celebrates solar energy – funds raised from this style go directly to the Barefoot College Solar Engineers project, initiated and run by the celebrated social entrepreneur Bunker Roy.

Leather Cuffs

By Embellished Truth

Embellished Truth is an accessories label which focuses on environmental sensibilities. Each handbag and leather cuff is made using the finest eco-friendly leather which has been vegetable tanned in Europe. The tanning process is free from chrome and other heavy metals and uses vegetable substances which are harvested in a sustainable way. The end result is beautifully soft, breathable and biodegradable leather.

Inspired by Indian culture, prints and embellishments, each piece is individually created with care in London and embossed by hand with an original paisley design. The natural characteristics of the leather ensure that time and use will create a unique appearance to each bag or cuff, adding to its natural beauty .