Issue one was a resounding success, full of beautiful illustrations and wonderful writing, flying off of shelves and through the post left, right and centre. So it’s with great pleasure that I can tell you all that issue two of Lionheart magazine is available to buy right now. Huzzah!
I was lucky enough to meet creator Helen Martin on Twitter a year or so ago, and contributed to issue one with some book reviews, an illustration and a couple of photographs. This time I submitted a craft piece – how to make your nicest tea towels into embellished cushions – complete with step by step instructions and a few pictures. Ta da:
Also featured is the wonderful Shipshape Studio, Cherry Healey, the Homemade Mama, film and book reviews and the continuing diary of Fritha Strickland’s pregnancy. Packed full of readable, interesting and quirky pieces, this is the best £5 you’ll spend on a magazine this month. Visit the Lionheart website to grab your copy now.
|Wonder-food people The Ethicurean (NOTE TO OWNERS: I demand you open a Portsmouth restaurant.)|
|Concept store Found, located in Bath|
|A mini tour of the fabulous home of Lou Archell, AKA Little Green Shed * drools over the furnishings and grinds teeth in envy*|
|Emily and Adam of Shipshape Studio|
|Front and back (pictured below) cover jackets illustrated by Georgia Coote|