We connect designers and makers to the goods and services they need.

Just Got Made is a community platform and agency that specialises in representing original craftspeople and makers.

In a nutshell, we curate a network of the most talented, interesting and downright memorable makers and artists in the British Isles and connect them with commercial brands to make magical things happen. 

Our little black book includes established names and new faces from all areas of making; leatherworkers, laser cutters, knitters, knife makers, nail techs, willow weavers, glass blowers, mushroom sculptures, embroiderers and potters to name a few.

In 2014 our founder, designer Helen Kemp started Just Got Made as a simple website and a monthly networking event at Somerset House. Over the years, Just Got Made grew to a 350+ maker strong collective and has reached thousands through exciting live experiences and partnership events.

This included a popup at Selfridges, a three-day festival at Somerset House and field trips to the factory floors of London’s hidden manufacturers.

Our team is research-led, and sensitive to creative trends worldwide and we use this informed approach to benefit our clients and makers. Our aim is to be highly effective partners for our clients and makers, who together create cutting-edge, beautiful objects and campaigns that celebrate the art of making, around the world. 

We would love to hear your next big idea.

Please drop an enquiry to helen @justgotmade.com

Read more about our services on our work with us page.

Logos of past clients that Just Got Made has worked with including Not on the High Street, The School of Life, &Other Stories, New London Architecture, University of the Arts London

Six values

We believe in connecting all people working in craft, fashion, materials and making by creating lively trade events that bring people together and support small businesses. We believe in Just Got Made being a business that

champions small business

supports responsible, sustainable, small-batch making practices

makes trade events informal, fun and creative

puts craftsmanship first

makes everybody welcome at the table

thinks people, planet, profit always