I was having a chat about interiors at choir last night - wait, let me revise that sentence, it doesn't sound middle class enough - and the subject of Mini Moderns (a Domestic Sluttery fave) came up. I've got to know my Camberwell neighbourhood fairly well over the last 18 months, so the fact that there was a FANTASTIC company nestled here that I'd missed entirely was brilliant.
But while you might know all about the magical world of the MM, my personal favourite lurks a little further down the road in Peckham. Garudio Studiage is a hilarious art collective with their tongue firmly in cheek who design everything from cheese sarnie necklaces to dartboards, screen prints and tea towels, mostly with a London slant. I love them. Their Lucky Skip came to the Camberwell Urban Farmer's Market (I know) a while ago and I got a Judy annual and a brooch. Score!
cat nap pillowcases are too cute. I can't even begin to imagine how affronted Ambridge would be if I brought these home. They're £20 the pair.
You Are Here brooch (£12) comes with a little magnet which you can move around to show where you are. I mean, hopefully you'll know where you are, but still.
pop star chart tea towel is a thing of beauty, right up there with Modern Toss's Periodic Tablecloth of Swearing. Seriously, click and open the full thing and spend five minutes in hopeless giggles. It's £10.
Peckham necklace is perfect for the Peckham-liver, or lover, in your life. (It is pretty much already the new Dalston, according to Vice. And if you haven't read that article, do, it's hilarious). It comes on an 18 carat plated gold chain for added class and comes with its tongue firmly jammed into its cheek. "Made in London's Tropical South Eastern Hemisphere" indeed - it's £22.
Wildlife of London one costs £8 and comes in red or blue.
this t-shirt is brilliant. Especially good for when your north London friends are busy expressing horror at having to "come south" (ie, go to the South Bank for brunch.) It's £18.
book - and this is my favourite of her prints. A lovely Afghan Hound for Knightsbridge, at £60. You can also get a full Dogs of London map print for £125 (A1) or £250 (A0 size).