Set you pre-hibernation eyes on the new Midnight Musings collection from ALAS. As always can be expected from this Australian brand; the fabric is a beautiful quality organic cotton in their latest in house designs.
I’m VERY excited to say that its not long now until we can reveal our special ALAS x Studio Home TEAM.WORK collaboration! Whoohoo!
PS …that nightie below is soon to be setting up camp in my bed.
Imagery supplied by and used with permission of ALAS
Monmouth Glass Studio is rapidly becoming a modern icon of glass craft within our NZ shores and its VERY exciting to share with you the launch of online store! Yes! I hope those are squeals of joy from you all outside of Auckland!
Isaac Katzoff and Stephen Bradbourne are the talented hands and eyes behind many a custom project and their growing range of recognisable lighting and tableware. Both artists are regular exhibitors of personal work and highly regarded in the glass blowing world!
I’d recommend you have a good browse through the gallery on their site to explore the many projects they have been part of and ALSO nip over to peruse the lighting available online here as you my friend, have the chance to win your favourite design!!
Explore the Monmouth Glass Studio collection of lights available online here and in the comments below please let us know your favourite!
FOR ADDITIONAL ENTRIES:
Locate the competition post on the Studio Home Facebook page and/or Instagram and leave your choice there. Don’t forget to jump on to join the Monmouth Glass Studio channels as well!
Sorry this competition only open to New Zealand residents
Winner drawn at random on Fruday 29th April
Thank you so much for all your entries! There were many across all platforms!
The very lucky winner drawn at random is
All imagery supplied and posted with permission of Monmouth Glass Studio
Photography by Greta van der Star
Seems fitting to be sharing this beautiful, moody body of work by Flynn Morris – Clarke while I sit here typing in his home town!
“A Preference for Specific Virtues” has just opened at Gallery De Novo ( view it all here if you aren’t local) with Flynn explaining “My paintings speculate the dark intersection we have with the image-obsessed post structuralist society. Taking advantage of media images to heighten drama, my painting looks to re-think the tactile experience, the intimacy of the painted touch and the mechanics of the photographic reproduction. A compromised rendering, predetermined within the hyper reality of sensation. Existing within the image as it lies on the painted surface. My paintings re-edit the photographic image, rendering, masking and dissolving its context. ”
Hoping to get a chance to nip in and check it all out in person!
Imagery supplied by and used with permission of Gallery De Novo