Well, yes I know we’re not in London now Dr Ropata. But if we were, we would be trotting off to see this for sure. The Power of Making, at the awesome V & A Museum, is a celebration of the artisan and handmade – through a curated collection of 100 objects. Right, right up my street. And even though my appetite can’t be sated but actually attending the exhibition, I did enjoy whetting my appetite nonetheless on this introductory trailer.

Quite a different kettle of fish, but it did make me even more determined to get tickets to Handmade 2012. I didn’t get there this year, but only heard good things about it. Check it out here if you haven’t already.

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