The role of our homes is evolving at an exceptional rate. Dining tables have become classrooms. Bedroom nooks have become offices. Living rooms have become gyms. Suddenly, everyone is at home at the same time.
The home is our sanctuary – our safe place – and we express ourselves through the items we place in it, our surroundings constantly evolving. This project takes a closer look at the subtle beauty of household objects – the overlooked domestic heroes that we use everyday and couldn’t live without.
Growing up on a peninsula in south Sydney, I was kissed on the east by the sea and hugged by a river on the west. I developed a deep connection with the ocean and all it represents. Water to me is pure relaxation, it is energy, it is power, it is freedom, it is fun, […]
The inspiration behind this project of mine? Design, manufacturing techniques, sculptural art, found art – and humour. And my objective, to document as many of London’s disregarded chairs as possible. I’m interested in the individual design elements – the manufacturing techniques of each chair – but, really, it’s the journey of the chair that’s most […]
Flat whites are overrated, as is flat white art. My housemate and I have a strong belief that black Americanos, aka BAMs, are the superior form of coffee from both a taste and appearance perspective.
Our designs are inspired by the urban landscapes that surround us. I’ve been building palettes based on the streets and buildings that make up the city – shop fronts, street art, architecture, homes – to document how these planned and unplanned colours work together. I call it ‘Palette organic’.
Nail art has always been a passion of mine – there’s something so special about being able to carry this teeny-tiny piece of artwork around all day, right at your fingertips. For this project, I’ll take inspiration from different design trends to try to come up with some fancy manicures.
The circle of life: it plays a huge part in everyone’s favourite Disney film (don’t even deny it). And we all go through it. But still, I can’t help but feel sad when I see leaves fall from trees. ‘Did they fall or were they pushed?’, the Mark Sloan (of Diagnosis: Murder, not Grey’s Anatomy, […]
I wouldn’t be a writer if I didn’t have a certain obsession with words – so words about literature are even more of a gift. Writing essays at university about bawdy medieval French poetry was made infinitely more bearable by the discovery of these fancy terms that did a lot of the work for me. […]