Tom Pigeon is a creative studio, founded in 2014, that makes simple crafted objects for people to enjoy.
Based in an old net loft in the tiny Scottish village of Cellardyke, they create work that is inspired by their surroundings - the geometry and angles of the local fishing harbour, the colours of ice-cream in the local chippy and the type found on fishing boats and travelling fairs.
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