Sunday, 23 August 2015

A Fine Specimen of a Location

This weekend I felt honoured to be selling at Bart's Bazaar in Grade II listed Bart's Pathology Museum. The museum is only open during events and I'd never been before. You can't take photos of the specimens as they are from humans and let's face it we need to have some respect - so can't show you what you missed but on every level it was just brain badgering. You'd be hard pushed to find someone that would have to suffer with some of the aliments because of medical science and just what can be done - so the museum really does feel like another world.

The niechness of the market meant that for some sellers it was their first time - this was one heck of a way of loosing your flogging virginity I can tell you.

Ok first things first - CHOCOLATE, seriously!! this is chocolate!!!!!

not chocolate - but this bat cushion I made is (wait for it) glow in the dark! (yes I know, its not amazingly sculpt chocolate but...)

There be me table

OK ONE MORE TIME - IT'S CHOCOLATE!!!

LOOK! LOOK UP!




My neighbour Emily Manning - Terminator Bambi! He'll be back (I hope)

Toby showing even his book choice was in keeping (he's Skullduggery mad)

This is another Tina who I plucked to pose with Lydia - both tattooed ladies! (thank you Tina)

Well done to Carla and all those that organised this event, markets are a pain at the best of times but one in this setting ... I can't bear thinking! Big well done to those that came and queued, some up to 2 hours because only a certain number could be allowed in it was a case of 2 out 2 in but to all those that waited in that heat... yes well done ... again - that chocolate in the heat!!?  I shall shut up.

I know some of you wanted to buy breakables from me and were off out in the evening and so couldn't - or to those that couldn't make it feel free to get in touch for mail order