Category Archive for: Homewares

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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Curator Company, NSW

Huw Jones’ Photocurator and Curator Clip interchangeable picture frames have been described as ‘revolutionary’. Simple, clean and modern, they come in a range of sizes suitable for photos and artworks, fix to the wall without any nails, screws or other fixings, and are easily removed without leaving marks or residue. Genius! Tell us about your…

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Zillpa, QLD

Clare Collyer is a Brisbane based designer maker, whose ‘bit of fun, playing around with rope’ has led to the development of a stunning range of homeware items, using an old technique for using up fabric scraps by wrapping them around pieces of rope and stitching them together. You say Zillpa was born out of…

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Birds Nests for Hair, SA

A mess-making, plant-loving artist from Adelaide, Jessica hunts and gathers green living things and lovingly paints unique potty homes for them to live in, using a combination of her own designs mixed with credos, quotes and affirmations.   What is Birds Nests for Hair and how did it get started? Birds Nests For Hair is…

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