Sisters Julia & Joanne Ritson have had some of their artworks printed onto limited edition silk scarves. You can see more of Julia’s work here, and Joanne’s here.
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Focusing on the works of Australia’s top ceramic artists, Potier sell the work of handcrafted ceramics through their Melbourne based store as well as online. Product images were art directed and styled by Grace Camobreco of Taylor & Grace, photography by Trudy Schuringa.
Me Oh My! is the portfolio of Melbourne based Melinda Francis.
Out of Hobart, Beth Emily has some nice work, which you can even buy over on etsy. You can also visit her blog.
Freshly launched, Makedo is the construction system which utilises everyday used items together with their reusable kit pieces to create unique designs.
Handmade bags and purses made from printed cotton from Fugu Fashion. Prints incluse paisley, 60′s 70′s mod fabric, black & white prints, japanese prints and bright florals .
Lucy over at the design Files has an interview up with Abigail Crompton of Melbourne’s Third Drawer Down.
Louise Olsen, Stephen Ormandy and Liane Rossler met while studying drawing and painting at a Sydney art school in 1983. They formed the company Dinosaur Designs in 1985 and began selling handprinted fabrics and painted jewellery at Paddington Markets. Dinosaur Designs now stands as one of the most visible and successful design-based businesses in Australia, […]
The 3rd edition of Crafty Magazine entitled “Around the Campfire” has been printed and is now available on Etsy. Featuring Camilla Engman, Andrea Innocent, Neil Boyack and Shawn Mitchell.
Inspired by the Australian landscape Susan’s collection of seed pod’s, leaves and twigs all provide a constant reference for her work.
Melbourne based Art Director Emilie Smith’s site Sketch of a Season is updated daily with photo shoots. Lovely stuff. If you like the Decor8/Design Files style you should like this.