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As a social enterprise all our profits are reinvested in the work we do with artists, participants and audiences. Please browse our shop below.

In order to keep costs down we use the paypal donation function for our shop. Please enter the amount needed (i.e. £8 for a publication or £16 for 2), you can add instructions on the following screen such as order details and your postal address. Please contact us if you have any issues.


Wellbeing Messages by Sabba Khan

Sabba Khan and Balsall Heath women created these beautiful wellbeing messages.

The 6 artworks promote physical and mental wellbeing in the home whilst our community recovers from the effects of the global pandemic.

We want you to know that there are other people isolating and feeling alone. The artworks are designed to sit in different areas of your home as daily reminders to look after your mental health.


6x designs printed on matte A5 paper. The back has a postcard design with lines for your messages.



Recipes For Resistance Publication

A part of the Recipes For Resistance exhibition. The publication produced by Raju Rage, which is a crucial element of the show, spans poetry, testimonies, articles, cross generational conversations, interviews, illustrations, photography and recipes. It includes contributions from Raisa Kabir, Sabba Khan, Queer Masala, Nandini Moitra, Zarina Muhammad, Raju Rage, YSK Prerana, Vijeta Kumar, Edible Archives and WAH! Womxn Artists of Colour.

The exhibition and publication centre on South Asian voices, from South Asia and the diaspora, in an attempt to connect them better and platform issues of ethnicity, religion, caste and gender. The British South Asian identity and its relation to food has often been flattened down and simplified, as can be witnesses with the British ‘curry’. There are much needed conversations to be had, in order to unpack these important issues.

The exhibition also relates and connects to the legacies of the South Asian culture and community in Birmingham (as well as other parts of the UK) of which there is a considerable heritage. The exhibition and publication carve ‘conversations’ between South Asian creative producers who are engaging with culinary themes but are exploring them differently.


1x A4 size publication, Risoprint, 40 pages, limited 150 editions

£8 for UK customers

£10 for International customers