Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Min Woo Bang

Another favourite from the Wynne prize this year, Min Woo Bang and his beautiful misty acrylic landscape paintings.

Monday, 28 June 2010

cut out maps

Here's a little something I stumbled onto today, beautiful Paris and London maps based on an original paper cut design. For sale through Famillie Summerbelle. I might have to pick up one of these, gorgeous!

Sunday, 27 June 2010


Another pretty packaging find this month I wanted to share. I just love these cute cubes from Nude. Simple, minimalist design for a lovely range.

Friday, 25 June 2010

No I haven't seen your lipstick...

... and I don't appreciate your insinuation that I am some how involved in its disappearance. Happy weekend everyone!

Monday, 21 June 2010

Ann Gordon

Another exhibition I really liked this month, Ann Gordon at the Frances Keevil Gallery in Double Bay. I particularly liked the mixed media and encaustic on marble and the little bits of sewing added to the work. Pic via Frances Keevil Gallery.

Friday, 18 June 2010

Wynne prize


I know this post is very belated, but a few weeks ago I caught the last day of one of my favourite exhibitions, the Wynne prize. The stand out work to me was this beautiful acrylic painting (top) called Shore Leave by Neil Frazer. Great texture, the water really seemed to move. More of Neil's beautiful work also shown above.
Pics via artwhatson

Tuesday, 15 June 2010

New kids tshirts!!

new kids tshirts!

I'm so pleased redbubble have finally added childrens clothes to their tshirts! So that means you can now get all your favourite creative monsoon designs - for kids! yeay! Available at our redbubble store.

Thursday, 10 June 2010

$150 blog giveaway

June 2010 giveaway prize
Head on over to the i do it yourself blog this month and enter to win this gorgeous freshwater pearl necklace worth over $100. PLUS you win a wedding stationery voucher worth $50 to spend in the i do it yourself shop! yeay!

Wednesday, 9 June 2010

love a good ad

I caught a new advert on the TV this morning poking fun at that cute toilet paper selling labrador. So funny! You can watch it on youtube here

Monday, 7 June 2010

fun with crayons


Who said crayons were for kids? Christian Faur brings a whole new approach to the medium by grouping hundreds of coloured crayons together to form a pixelated image. Amazing. I hope he gets a good deal from Crayola.

Wednesday, 2 June 2010

kitchen progress

Finally getting a little closer to our new kitchen. Ive had the computer drawing through today, which, naturally, Ive coloured in. Well Im not having cream walls! :)