East London is the creative hub of one of the world's most dynamic cities and is seeing a resurgence of craftspeople breathing life back into traditional practices. This reflects a global interest in a return to handmade products created with individual passion. This book takes an intimate look at the people behind the craft, their studios and their practices to see what it takes to be a maker in a world of increasing mass production. With over 300 pages of colour photography and interviews this book features ceramicists, bike builders, sign painters, globe makers, weavers, furniture designers, spoon carvers, shoe makers and many more makers.
27.3 x 3.4 x 21.2 cm