Smoking squirrels, circus banners, miniature fairgrounds - The Museum of Everything in London's Primrose Hill shows art that people have made for themselves rather than for fame or money.
According to a BBC film report today, the museum claims to be a window on the creativity of people who did not go to art school. The current exhibition has had to be extended as it appears this display of the odd and fascinating output from Britain's sheds and workshops has captured the imagination.
I throughly enjoyed seeing the extraordinary banners and posters on the walls and former exhibits from Potter's Museum of Curiosity. I hope you do, too.
Click HERE to see the report.