FAC Design Store
Able and Game
6 card pack $18 | tea towel $24 | tote $27 | mug $16
Melbourne-based boutique brand Able and Game bring you hand illustrated designs of weird and wonderful offbeat characters on cards , tea towels and totes that stand out. Erring on the side of quirky and cute rather than the standard clichéd and predictable.
Enamel Pins $20, Key Rings $30 | Prince, Frieda Kahlo, David Bowie, Rainbows currently in stock
Georgia Perry is an Australian graphic artist and product designer with her studio in Melbourne. Born from a love pop-culture and collecting souvenirs, her products are designed to bring art and fun into everyday moments. Colour and chaos, optimism and humour – are the hallmarks of the Georgia Perry aesthetic.
Adorning lapels and saying ‘no’ to boring car keys the world over, she now has a following in more than 15 countries, with her collections found in specialty shops, department stores and leading online boutiques.
*Pins + Bowie Key Ring - 14 carat gold plating
Waringarri Aboriginal Arts
Engraved boab seeds from $30
Waringarri Aboriginal Arts was established in the early 1980s by senior artists of the east Kimberley region as a place of art and culture. It is the first indigenous owned art centre established in the Kimberley region and one of the oldest continuously operating art centres in Australia supporting economic independence for artists and their community. Situated in Kununurra, in the heart of Miriwoong country, Waringarri artists share the importance of country and culture, while exploring a celebration of colour, composition and individualism. The art centre is wholly indigenous owned and all proceeds from sales are returned to the community.
Greeting Cards $6
Prints sm $12 lg $15
Prints and cards featuring hand drawn and coloured designs inspired by the modern botanical illustrations of Australian artist Celia Rosser and influenced by Japanese illustration and traditional Japanese tattooing styles
Hilary Cresp | Endless
Glam tea towels to use or frame from the art exhibition Endless by local illustrator Hilary Cresp that explores the conflict of role, time and necessity in daily domestic life.
Baluk Arts | On the Edge of Creation
The new children’s picture book 'On The Edge of Creation' is a story about Aboriginal Creation, particularly of Port Phillip Bay, and explains the difference between the rainbow serpent as the creator for northern Indigenous people and Bundjil and Waang, the creators for southern Indigenous people. The book was produced by Aboriginal artists of Baluk Arts in consultation with Boonwurrung Elders Carolyn Briggs and Faye Stewart-Muir. This beautiful book aims to promote local Victorian Aboriginal artwork, stories and people.
Vessels by Emma Davies
Emma Davies is a Melbourne-based artist and her innovative and creative installations are exhibited throughout Australia and overseas. Emma removes materials from common functionality such as packaging and transforms what is intrinsically ugly into something beautiful in a selection of small scale netted vessels.
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