News & Updates
Commissions and bespoke work November 09 2011
Please feel free to contact me with regards to specific colours for the cushions and scarves. These can be printed on a commission basis. I also print commemorative scarves using vintage scarves and family photographs. You can send in an old picture and scarf and have it transformed!
Vorticism exhibition at Tate Britain July 07 2011
Tamasyn's work has been chosen by Tate to reflect the Vorticists work as part of the current exhibition. You can see her scarves, cushions and notebooks in the shop at the end of the show.
New Scarves for The Southbank July 07 2011
I am delighted to be taking part in the collaboration between Cockpit Arts and the Southbank Centre. Our work will be in the Terrace shop between July and September, and I have designed these new cotton neckerchiefs especially.
New Scarves, Exclusively designed for TOAST March 21 2011
We are proud to present our new range of scarves available at Toast now! Our broken stripe design appears on a beautiful lightweight cotton, and a blue bamboo jersey. Both are 112cm By 112cm, and the perfect scarf for the sunny days, but nippy evenings we are now having.
Tamasyn Gambell speaks at TOAST Islington February 22 2011
Join us on Thursday the 24th of February (from 18:00 – 20:00) in the newly refurbished Toast's store in Islington. Discover our new Spring/Summer 11 collection and experience the opportunity of updating your wardrobe.
Metallic printed scarves now on sale in TOAST September 10 2010
TOAST Campaign Spring 2010 April 06 2010
Tamasyn Gambell's scarves featured in the latest catalogue.
Getting TOASTY as the sun comes out! March 23 2010
Our new Spring/Summer range of recycled scarves is now in store at TOAST. The collection was photographed in Mexico for the latest catalogue with tangy oranges, cobalt blues and smoky grey, for a bright sophistication.
Check out TOAST’s beautiful new shop in Cheltenham, with a tearoom that sells tea and toast and locally sourced produce.
Crafts Magazine: Jan 2010 January 01 2010
"Cockpit Arts, the London-based incubator for designer-makers, has launched a new award to help an established maker grow their business while developing creatively. The winner will be awarded a studio space in one of Cockpit's buildings at Holborn or Deptford, professional development, and a range of promotional opportunities. The Award is open to those in business for at least three years, with a proven track record. The judges - including designer Bill Amberg - are after an ambitious individual demonstrating entrepreneurial spirit. The award plugs a hole in the sector, says Cockpit executive Vanessa Swann: 'There are many opportunities currently for emerging designer-makers but little help for those trying to accelerate their business."