Quirky British gifts and homewares brand HAM is popping up for 4 days at Boxpark this July to celebrate it's 2nd birthday. I remember meeting Jo at her first ever pop-up at Kingly Court back in 2011 - this site was also very new - and it's been great to see the brand's progress since then.
"This July, British homeware and paper goods brand HAM turns two! To celebrate HAM will be popping up at Boxpark, launching its very latest design ʻFlying Rabbitʼ and showcasing its first collection of carefully crafted notebooks.
From Wednesday 10th July to Sunday 14th July, HAM will open its birthday store at Unit 8, Boxpark, East London. The full range will be on sale, including its sought after screen prints, now available for the first time in a larger size. Along with HAM’s latest design, Flying Rabbit, Jo will also be launching the brandʼs first set of British made lined notebooks featuring HAMʼs popular Rabbit designs.
Over the past two years HAM has gained a following for its bold silhouettes capturingunexpected moments from the contented lives of a Pig, a Rabbit and a Horse.
HAM's minimal aesthetic seeks to add a serious edge to its playful subject matter. Nostalgia and a fascination with the banal are key themes that continue to inform Joʼs growing range of animal motifs, which can be found on premium cotton tea towels (£9), hand pulled screen prints (standard £28 and large £42), lined notebooks (£5.50), fine bone china mugs (£11) and litho printed greeting cards (£2.75)."
When - 10th - 14th July
(Wed to Sat:12pm – 8pm, Sunday:10am – 6pm)
Where - HAM, Unit 8, Boxpark, Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6GY
Link - HAM
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