Thursday, 28 October 2010

Trash Market at The Counter Culture Project from 7th November untill 19th December)

Hello everyone
I have some wonderful and exciting news.

Trash Market has been asked to take part in the Counter Culture Project in London Bridge  (
Counter Culture run events under London Bridge Station and have been collaborating with a carefully selected handful promoters to bring an unrivalled mixture of club nights, live shows, comedy, plays, cinema, and art installations, and now Trash Market has been asked to join the fun on a Sunday.

 Trash Market will be held every Sunday starting from the 7th November 2010 until the 19th December 2010 from 1pm-7pm.Trash Market will be held in the large main room of the building next to a smaller room which will be run by collective of artists and creative’s based all over London called CULTIVATION who organize short films, performance art and chilled music.

The cost of a stall will be £30.00 per Sunday Market payable on the day. As usual tables and chairs will be provided, but if you need rails of a table cloth please bring you own. There are also several power points for lights or laptops but you will need to bring your own extension cables or more ideally for table lighting, candles.

If you have already had a stall at Trash Market at The phoenix,  and are intreasted in taking part and having a stall at Trash Market at The Counter Culture Project please could you email me the dates that you are available. If you have yet to have a stall with Trash Market but would like to take part please could you send me three images of what you intend to sell along with prices to

Love Davinia.xx

Tuesday, 5 October 2010

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On Saturday the 2nd October Trash Market made her second appearance, and it seems slowly but surely the news about a wonderful market in a East Dulwhich pub is spreading as more people arrived than the week before to sample the beautiful art work and jewelry sold by the lovely Trash Market Stall holders.

The Wonderful stall holders and I got a bit creative during the evening of Trash Market, so we decided to design some original art works which were paced around the Camberwell and East Dulwhich area promoting Trash Market to the south east local and student community.  The concept was simple white back ground so no distraction could be taken   from the ground breaking typography which directed  you to follow the arrow and take part in a crafty treasure trail leading you to the most wonderful place filled with the most glorious  goodies to be found in all of London.

I am also happy to report that the arrangement  of the  bunting was not an issue at all in fact it was just a five minute job unlike the week

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