Zara Wood a.k.a Woody

Shopping not seating

Little Bike Look Out - Shopping not sitting

Spotted saddle-free, perhaps a security measure, but still looking cool with the recycled supermarket basket.      Little Bike Look Out - what's that?  Woody loves vintage little bikes, in fact she rides a cream Raleigh Compact from 1986. So when she spots a little bike, she takes a photo. Expect to see lots of snap shots of these miniaturized steel wonders. Your little bike? So lucky! Feel free to tweet this post.... SEE MORE arrow-right

kingpin filing

Little Bike Look Out - Kingpin Filing

Ahhh dreams of a magical filing system where you place your files in a tray on the back of a little bike.  You cycle super fast and the paperwork flies out - firstly in to a large cloud of paper and then each sheet shoots in to its proper well. Sorted.  Little Bike Look Out - what's that?  Woody loves vintage little bikes, in fact she rides a cream Raleigh Compact from 1986. So when she spots a little bike, she takes a photo. Expect to... SEE MORE arrow-right

brown shopper

Little Bike Look Out - Coffee Shopper

This is the Raleigh Shopper colour we remember most from growing up- true 70s style.  Dynamo rear light still intact, along with the white rimmed tyres and Sturmey Archer gears.  Looking to tackle some of Brighton's hills on 3 gears? Best to top up on a espresso or two.  Here's our favourite local coffee haunts: Small Batch, Mr Wolf, Flying Saucer.  Little Bike Look Out - what's that?  Woody loves vintage little bikes, in fact she rides a cream Raleigh Compact... SEE MORE arrow-right

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Little Bike Look Out - Blue, bell, basket.

Beautiful in blue - this great little Dawes bike with a vintage wicket basket hand fashoned in to a front bicycle basket.  Very colour co-ordinatored with it's blue bungee cords on the back and a metallic blue bell. Spotted in Brighton. Little Bike Look Out - what's that?  Woody loves vintage little bikes, in fact she rides a cream Raleigh Compact from 1986. So when she spots a little bike, she takes a photo. Expect to see lots of snap shots of... SEE MORE arrow-right

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Little Bike Look Out - Hercules in Brighton

Loving the colour of this vintage bike.  What a great name and neat font.  Topped with a recycled basket. Little Bike Look Out - what's that?  Woody loves vintage little bikes, in fact she rides a cream Raleigh Compact from 1986. So when she spots a little bike, she takes a photo. Expect to see lots of snap shots of these miniaturized steel wonders. Your little bike? So lucky! Feel free to tweet this post.... SEE MORE arrow-right

Utility bronze

Little Bike Look Out - Utility Bronze

Back to the bronze-age in Brighton.  Check out those original bike lights and dazzling reflectors.  Its A-Board companion also happens to belong to Utility, one of Woody's favourite Brighton stores.  Little Bike Look Out - what's that?  Woody loves vintage little bikes, in fact she rides a cream Raleigh Compact from 1986. So when she spots a little bike, she takes a photo. Expect to see lots of snap shots of these miniaturized steel wonders. Your... SEE MORE arrow-right

Little bike look out Twenty Brighton

Little Bike Look Out - Twenty Twenty

A Raleigh 'Twenty' vintage bicycle, due to it's 20inch wheels.  It was first introduced in 1968 and the design was still in production until the early 80s. A great example showing its original lamp and carrying case.  Spotted in Brighton.  Little Bike Look Out - what's that?  Woody loves vintage little bikes, in fact she rides a cream Raleigh Compact from 1986. So when she spots a little bike, she takes a photo. Expect to see lots of snap shots of... SEE MORE arrow-right

woody little bike look out Puch London

Little Bike Look Out - Puch Bike in London

Puch alert in Soho.  How gorgeous is this little compact bike? Notice how high the seat looks - level with the handlebars because the bike is so dinky.  We reckon that most elements are all original: front lamp, pedals, mud guards.  Perfect for nipping around the West End.  Little Bike Look Out - what's that?  Woody loves vintage little bikes, in fact she rides a cream Raleigh Compact from 1986. So when she spots a little bike, she takes... SEE MORE arrow-right

Studio

The Studio

creative direction + illustration
online event design + curation

Get in touch about a new project: creative@zarawood.com 

Woody's Studio collaborates on a diverse mix of creative projects, from super graphics that adorn hospital walls to creating sell-out fashion collections.  The studio also curates and delivers online events for the education and arts sectors.

Woody, also known as Zara Wood, creates, curates and educates.
She is the co-founder of The Enquiry Desk, the PechaKucha producer for Brighton, UK and a senior lecturer in illustration for communication at Ravensbourne University in London.  

 

Shop

The Woody Shop

www.thewoodyshop.com
An online shop dedicated to fashion, homeware and stationery designed by Woody.

Got a question about one of our products or about buying online?
email: shop@thewoodyshop.com

Our stationery range is made in the UK. Our other products are printed here too.

You can find info on how things are made, where they are made and all delivery costs on each product page.

Rest assured that the highest standards of hygiene, in accordance with government guidance, are being carried out when your online orders are packed. 

Please check our Twitter feed @thisiswoody for the latest news on shipping days 

Workshops

Open Days

Sometimes our Brighton studio
opens as a shop #woodyshopopen

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Woody, Workshop 3, 1st Floor Balcony, Brighton Open Market, BN1 4JU, UK

* In accordance with government guidelines our studio will not be open as a shop and our click + collect service is currently unavailable *