Category Archive for: Stallholders

Shannon O’Neill, SA

Shannon O’Neill creates bright, colourful abstracts, sometimes featuring female characters or animals as well as one-of-a-kind statement jewellery by cutting up and sealing original artworks in resin. Find out more about her here.   For those who don’t know, how would you describe your work? Bright, colourful abstracts, that sometimes feature female characters or animals. I also create one-of-a-kind statement jewellery from…

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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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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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Jen Weeks + Donna Tripodi, SA

Jen Weeks and Donna Tripodi met over their well-worn paintbrushes at art school and instantly connected through a love of design and fabrics, and the frustration of not being able to find the right clothes! The pair founded Frock Me Out in 2013, and are still going strong in their home town of Adelaide. Tell us…

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Mat Pember, VIC

Mat Pember is the founder of Melbourne’s Little Veggie Patch Co (LVPC), a job that sees him establishing edible gardens across Australia, through a gamut of innovative products and ideas.   LVPC began in 2008, as a service based company, installing raised garden beds and larger edible gardens in people’s homes. What was your background…

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The Little Mountain Lightbox Co, NSW

Reclaimed timber and beautiful vintage drawers are the building blocks for The Little Mountain Lightbox Co’s gorgeous handcrafted lightboxes. We talk to photographer Mandy Lamont about days spent shooting near her home in the stunning Snowy Mountains NSW, and what she loves about working with photo images. How long have you been playing with cameras…

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Shuh. VIC

Introducing Melbourne based Malaysian born illustrator and designer Shuh Lee and her super colourful illustrations, prints, jewellery, scarves and bedding. Tell us about growing up in Kuala Lumpur. How old were you when you moved to Australia and how do your memories of Malaysian life influence your work? Growing up in KL, I was exposed…

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Convict Bags, WA

Georgina Lewis and Karen Adie started helping each other out on small design and branding projects before realising that their similar design aesthetic and mutual love of handbags was all that was needed for them to start something new. The two Perth based friends and neighbours founded Convict Bags in 2013, producing handcrafted leather bags…

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NaMOI, SA

Adelaide based Kalila Stewart-Davis started NaMOI at the tender age of 22, when she was still a student at Sydney’s Raffles College of Design & Commerce. Four years on her label has grown to incorporate luxe resort wear inspired clothing, jewellery and home décor, all proudly made in South Australia from natural textiles. Tell us…

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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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