The kiwi designers behind Made of Tomorrow live and breath the minimalist, sleek and clean aesthetic that is so obviously the basis of their collections. Never limited to designing within a particular genre, they have swooped off to refine and define their own tastes when it comes to furniture – starting with the very cool new FOLD range.
Available in two sizes and three colours, these strong and perfectly finished shelves are subtle but special pieces that could slip into all sorts of living/working spaces.
Take a browse at them here now as well as their full collection of products online here.
Imagery supplied by and used with permission of Made of Tomorrow
Rachel Carley is an Auckland based ceramicist producing a collection of dining ware that will have everyones grandmother screeching in nostalgia!
Recently she has added to her range with the new Confetti Bowls and Grid Vessels, which sport some great retro texture and pattern to compliment the smoother, gently scalloped plates.
I’m also loving the additions to her colour palette with the rich rusty orange!
Head over here for a browse.
Imagery supplied and used with permission of Rachel Carley
Photography by Delena Nathuran
And to continue the run of super cool fashion coming outside of the main centres, I wanted to update you on whats fresh from Queenstown based New Lands.
Helmed by designer Natalie Newlands (who is also the owner of cult local boutique; Angel Divine) New Lands always offers the option to subtly (or not so subtly) stray from the norm with cool, modern interpretations of everyday clothing.
This collection has some amazing pattern and fabric as well. Have some FUN!
Explore all here and you can browse to buy online here.
Imagery supplied and used with permission of New Lands
Photography by Emily Hlavac Green
I first came across the work of Chelsea Gustafsson about 2.5 years ago via my instagram travels. She was creating small works of art, often really quirky in their subject matter and combining her crazy talent at photo realist painting with embroidery.
To me it was SO fresh and modern and beautiful!
I’m pleased to share with you her latest work which is just as fascinating as all previous!
Along with two other artists, Chelsea is sharing her “Yeah Nah” collection at Geelongs; Boom Gallery.
How on EARTH she can recreate that incredible, shiny, blow up lettering we’ll never really know, but certainly click on through to view her work here AND her own website here.
If you are lucky to be in Victoria, you can view her show at Boom until the 4th of June.
Imagery supplied by and used with permission of Chelsea Gustafsson