Meet the artists, creatives and makers behind our design-led gifts and product ranges available in the Barbican Shop, reflecting our artistic programme and the dynamic architecture of the Barbican.
Meet our Maker
Woodturner Elise McLauchlan is the latest craftsperson to be featured as part of our Barbican Makers initiative, which gives up and coming makers the opportunity to showcase and sell their work in the Barbican Shop. Her exclusive hand-turned walnut collection is inspired by the bold, geometric shapes of the Barbican.
Calling designers, artists and innovators...
Our Barbican Makers initiative gives up-and-coming creatives the chance to showcase and sell their work in the Barbican Shop.
Interested in being our next maker? Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org with a short bio, an image of your work and a link to your website.
Previous Barbican Makers
London-based jewellery designer Jennifer Campbell is the latest maker to be showcased in the Barbican Shop as part of our Makers initiative.
We catch up with Jennifer to find out more about her work and her Barbican range.
Brighton-based ceramicist and designer Emma Johnson is the latest maker to be showcased in the Barbican Shop as part of our Makers initiative.
We catch up with Emma to find out more about her work and her Barbican range.
Celebrating colour and texture in beautiful, handmade products, we meet our latest Maker, textile designer Laurie Maun.
Combining architecture with geology, our new Barbican Maker, Kate Trouw, discusses the inspirations behind her striking ceramic jewellery.
Anna Beam's joyously intuitive approach to pattern and colour are evident across her work - we met Anna to find out more about her work, her studio and her Barbican range.