Is creative energy overwhelming you? Let it vent in the London markets. If you are inspired by the Tate Modern gallery, this is great, because in London you will find many places in which you can be inspired by beautiful products, saturate your creative spirit and even buy something for yourself or for a gift.
Turning Earth Autumn Market. Go to Hoxton's railway arches - there sculptors sell wonderful ceramic products. Admission is free, every Sunday, Arches, 362 Whiston Road, E2, e2.turningearth.uk
Sunday Upmarket. On Sunday, Brick Lane is very crowded and noisy. More than 140 masters sell everything in the world, from jewelry and clothes to home sushi - in case you want to have a snack. Admission is free, every Sunday, Old Truman Brewery, E1, sundayupmarket.co.uk
Handmade at Kew. This international exhibition of creativity lasts four days. At this time 200 independent designers present their products from ceramics, metal, glass, paper and textiles. Among them you will find beautiful sculptures, decorations and much more. Tickets` cost starts from £16, October 12th-15th, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, kew.org
Made London. More than 120 woodcarvers, blacksmiths and ceramists will present their works at the annual exhibition of arts and design, which takes place in a stunningly beautiful building, formerly serving as a church. Ticket costs £10, October 19th-22th, One Marylebone, 1 Marylebone Road, NW1, madelondon-marylebone.co.uk
Crafty Fox Market. Not a bad opportunity for Christmas shopping - with mulled wine, DJs, product shows and master-classes in the street food market Elephant and Castle. Admission is free, November 18th, Merscato Metropolitano, SE1, craftyfoxmarket.co.uk