Mixtape Gallery opening

Another gallery for William St - should be good!


Made on the Left

Photo : courtesy of Craftapalooza
It was a great Made on the Left market this weekend. Unfortunately I missed the Saturday as I was in our shop. My favourite find was an apple pin cushion by Craftapalooza. I also discovered via her blog we share a passion for Liberty fabrics, particularly Tana lawn. I love these apples, the patterns are gorgeous and they are so well made. I will definitely be keeping these in mind for Christmas presents!


Our products make you happy!

We are very close to finishing our online shop. I just thought I'd take a few photos of our 15month old wearing some of our designs. Thinking it would be easy, I happily starting taking photos. After a few minutes there were tears, she'd bumped into a wall causing a nice red mark, and was refusing to let go of her old T-shirt which she was conveniently holding right in front of her beautiful top. The only time we got a smile was when she had something in front of the design. In the end I had to decide to try another day but look out for her on the new website when we launch in the next 2 weeks!!

New long sleeve tops for winter

Available in 3-6 months, 6-12 months and 12-18 months.


Made on the Left

Support independent local designers! The great Made on the Left market is on this Saturday and Sunday 25th & 26th of July at the Hyde Park Hotel, 331 Bulwer St from 10am - 4pm. Be sure to go both days as there are different designers on each day.

Some other local designers that have really great work are...


Winter Fashion

Green Thing Presents Body-Shaped Insulation from Green Thing on Vimeo.



An interesting mix of music and design happening this Thursday on Angove st at the Four5nine bar at the Rosemount....

Creepy on Angove st

Creative designers Juicebox have given their office a "Creepy" facelift at No.24 Angove St... looks amazing!


Overgrowth 2 Artwork

Right : Creepy
Left corner : Kara Peacock
Right : Beastman

Left/bottom row : "the colony" by Sean Morris (painted small wooden blocks)
Left/top : James Hancock
TV featuring the black swan of WA (anon)
Middle : Paper prints by me, White noise, Tv & Billion Dollar view
Middle right : Andrew Gordon
Right : Pencil drawings by Elizabeth Hammond

Centre top 2 rows - artwork by London artist and illustrator Sophie Henson www.sophiehenson.com
...more details to follow!

Overgrowth 2 Artwork - a new perspective

Ever felt tired in an exhibition? Take a leaf out of our daughter Sophie's book and have a lay down - you get a great new perspective of the artwork!

Switching off the exhibits...