London’s largest free-to-attend illustration fair returns to buzzing King’s Cross on Saturday 16 December.
The winter edition of the biannual House of Illustration Fair will feature over 150 independent stallholders who travel from far and wide to set up shop. It’s the perfect one-stop-shop for unique seasonal gifts, Christmas cards and stocking fillers.
There’ll be a huge range of illustrated products on offer – from calendars to clothing, stationery to ceramics, greetings cards to glassware – available straight from the makers themselves. Visitors can expect environmentally-friendly, plastic-free goodies and feel a warm glow knowing that 100% of the purchase price goes directly to the stallholder.
The indoor location means you won’t freeze whilst browsing, and there are plenty of places to refuel in nearby Granary Square and Coal Drops Yard. For those after handmade, one-of-a-kind pieces and enjoyable shopping experience at this busy time of year – as well as a break from tinny Christmas hits on loop – the House of Illustration Fair is the place to be.
We’re also offering 2 for 1 entry to all our exhibitions on the day of the Fair so make sure you stop by after you’ve stocked up to see the five-star Designed in Cuba: Cold War Graphics, W. E. B. Du Bois: Charting Black Lives and Quentin Blake: From the Studio.