Make Me 03 launches in Manchester next month, with original work by local designers and an exhibition of playable installations at the Northern Quarter Gallery. The Make Me shop at The Triangle, Manchester will feature between ten and 20 limited-edition items from each designer, selected to achieve diversity and offer a variety of pricing levels from £10 to £100. Products include Electric Wig’s Hot Mug (pictured). The sale runs from 15-23 November and the exhibition 15-30 November.
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