Category Archive for: Design

Eleisha Nylund, QLD

In a world full of mass production, Nylund stands out. With a focus on using traditional leather crafting techniques, designer Eleisha Nylund handmakes beautiful pieces that are timeless, durable and functional. We had a chat to Eleisha about her journey and inspirations, and got a sneaky hint at an exciting new collaboration to be launched…

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Loke Fong Koh, VIC

Loke is the brains behind Three1Design, an innovative brand famously known for their classy cable solutions; that is, keeping all those pesky tech cables organised and tangle free, whilst still looking good! Bowerbird had a chat to Loke about his journey, inspirations and popular Magnetic Cable Organiser range. 1. For those who don’t know, how…

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Kitty Came Home & Dana Kinter

A Creative Collaboration Kitty Came Home and Dana Kinter are Bowerbird icons; one is known for their unique, hand-crafted range of accessories, and the other her signature prints. Now, after years in the making, the pair have joined forces in a wonderful creative collaboration to be launched at Bowerbird in November. Dana’s exclusive artwork will…

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Georgia Walker, SA

Georgia Walker’s ‘Cha Cha’ earrings are the perfect summer accessory! Hand-made in her Adelaide studio, Bowerbird had a chat to Georgia about how her journey started, her inspirations, and exciting new ‘Cha Cha’ range. 1. For those who don’t know, how would you describe your work? My Cha Cha earring range is bold, bright and…

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Fiona Kain, NSW

What do you get when you mix art and cars? Artomobile. A quirky, unique mix of hand-painted pieces inspired by Sydney artist, Fiona Kain’s love of vintage cars. Bowerbird caught up with Fiona to find out more. For those who don’t know, how would you describe your work? Artomobile is described as hand painted cars…

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Upswitch, VIC

Meet the Maker  –  Michael Hanley, Upswitch  Michael Hanley creates unique handmade lamps, using upcycled materials. From science equipment, cameras, salvaged copper/brass, timber and anything in between, Upswitch reinvents old treasures into functional art pieces that inspire and illuminate. How would you describe your work? Upswitch creates handmade one-of-a-kind lamps and homewares using upcycled materials. This…

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Kookery, WA

Meet the Maker – Amy Palmer-Millen,  Kookery  Perth-based Kookery creates bold modern vintage imagery, combined with kitchen truths to make kitchenware with a quirky twist. Practical, beautiful and fun, the range includes tea towels, aprons, bread bags and shopping totes. Kitchenware with an eco heart.  For those who don’t know, how would you describe your work? We create…

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Claire Ishino, SA

Claire Ishino Claire has spent eight years in Japan teaching English and selling jewellery and has studied English, History, Jewellery Design, Gemmology and Graphic Design. Now back in Adelaide, Claire creates colourful gouache paintings inspired by botanical forms that feature graphic florals. From these original artworks Claire creates limited edition prints and a range of greeting…

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Lambie Design Co, QLD

Annabelle Lambie – Lambie Design Co. For those who don’t know, how would you describe your work? Being graphic design, most people have a preconception that its going to be geometric jagged but my work is quite the opposite. Is delicate and intricate. Being based on the beauty of nature, I try to make my work…

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Andrew Gregg, SA

MEET THE MAKER… Adelaide based industrial designer Andrew Gregg has a fondness for creating furniture and lighting, and working in partnership with other Australian makers, manufacturers and artisans to realise new, exciting and innovative outcomes. Tell us about your background. How did you get started in industrial, furniture and lighting design? Before settling on design,…

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