Design

LIPOA – Little Piece of Africa

LIPOA – Little Piece of Africa

Mixing the inspirations of her surrounds, the bold culture, textures and vibrant colours, Kristy Fair strives to create unique, striking pieces blending traditional African wear with […]

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Clive Roddy – Wooden Landscape Rings

Clive Roddy - Wooden Landscape Rings

In his spare time you will find Designer Maker Clive Roddy tinkering in his Bath, UK workshop happily creating quirky and desirable products like these […]

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Growing Designs

Growing Designs

Translating the Latin for ‘happy place’ into the label name ‘Laeta Loca Designs’ (Laeta Loca is pronounced Lay-ta-low-ka) the intent of designer Meg Geer is […]

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By Natural Design

By Natural Design

Shona Tawhiao / Ngai Te Rangi is a designer, artist and weaver of traditional Maori techniques creating unique garments and accessories made from harakeke (native flax). […]

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Back to the Woods

Back to the Woods

Backwoods Original is the business of A.C. Barton who has craftsmanship in his blood – the great grandson of a blacksmith, grandson of a carpenter […]

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eARTh to ARTISANIA

eARTh travelled to the Woodford World Folk Festival and what we found was the subterranean world of Artisania, a place housing an array of diverse […]

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Recycled Mats feature Indigenous Designs

Recycled Mats feature Indigenous Designs

Save the planet and your floor with recycled, durable floor mats. Machine woven from recycled polypropylene to create a lightweight finish, the benefit of woven […]

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Mimi Designs make their mark

Mimi  Designs  make their mark

  Bare hands unravel cloth, fabric borne from the earth after resting underground with clay, leaves, and ochre. – Mia Brennan, Fashion Designer Mia Brennan, […]

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Wang Wen-Chih

Wang Wen-Chih

Wang Wen-Chih was born in 1959 in the mountains of Chiayi Country in Taiwan where he lives today. A fine arts graduate and postgraduate in […]

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First Word

First Word

Whatungarongaro te tangata, toitū te whenua As man disappears from sight, the land remains This statement in Te Reo Maori (the language of Maori) demonstrates […]

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