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Fine Art Fundraiser and amazing chance to snap up local talent!

By Mickey Ross (Micimage) // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz
“Desert Boxes”
By Mickey Ross
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Its such a pleasure to introduce this project as it’s not only a bloody good cause, it is a bloody CRAZY good opportunity to snap up affordable photographic art from some of our regions best!

A Bit More Soul began as a series of photographic retreats and over the years has come to represent a community of photographers, artists, poets and creative forces all bonded by their time spent together and being dedicated to nurturing, improving and mastering their passion.
I was lucky enough to attend and speak at their D’Urville Island retreat at the end of last year, and still, even now feel the positive effects of being included in the shared discussion, connection and feedback the group very regularly takes part in online.

So when one of their pivotal attendees and founding speakers suffered a personal tragedy just a few weeks ago, the group leapt into action! And the result is this AMAZING body of donated work made available to you at incredibly rare pricing. Most of these contributors are top of their respective photographic fields, they are professionals….but the work you see below is outside of “work”. Much of it is shot on film via personal projects, travels and just their own point of view!
This group includes some personal photographic heroes and respected friends of mine – I purchased my first piece within 2 minutes of getting the “we are live” email….and don’t think I am quite finished!

Take some time to browse the small selection I pulled below and click on through to explore the complete collection PLUS the sites of the contributing artists. Then decide if the small/large version will look best in your space. (That’s not really a question…bigger is always better!)

Get purchases done online before December 19 for Christmas delivery and YES Australians and beyond, you can get involved and own too!

Support local and support a family sideswiped so close to Christmas.
EXPLORE HERE. 

By Maree Wilkonson // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz “Orchid”
By Maree Wilkinson

By Sam Stewart // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz
“Alpine Lake Italy” 
By Sam Stewart

 By Rachael Brown // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz “Wild Horses” 
By Rachael Brown

By Niki Boon // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz “Dandelion”
By Niki Boon

By Si Moore // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz “Open” 
By Si Moore

By Candy Capco // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz “Santa Monica”
By Candy Capco

By Ruth Brown // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz “Obsession”
By Ruth Brown

By Steph Killip // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz “Swimmer”
by Steph Killip

By Jo Currie // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz “Glasshouse”
By Jo Currie

By Emma Willets// New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz “Galle Sri Lanka”
By Emma Willets

By Kate McPherson // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz “Cacti”
By Kate McPherson

By Steph Killip // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz “Sunset Surf”
By Steph Killip

By Emily Adamson // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz “Milford”
By Emily Adamson

By Steph Killip // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz “Vegus” 
By Steph Killip

By Cassie Sullivan // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz “Crash”
By Cassie Sullivan

By Brydie Thompson // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz “Grasp”
By Brydie Thompson

By Sam Stewart // New Zealand photographers contributing to Fine Art Fundraiser hosted by A Bit More Soul // buy prints online www.abitmoresoulprints.co.nz “Lagodi Braies Italy”
By Sam Stewart
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Pan Pottery x Alchemy

Pan Pottery and Alchemy collaboration : handmade travel cup and naturally died bag // Australia - available online // as featured on Studio Home
Gifting something purely handmade is super special …. but I’m pretty keen on leaving the “actual making” to the experts!
In this case it would be two Australian makers with a passion for their natural environment and some skills to boot. Angus McDiarmid of Pan Pottery (based at Lake Weyba, Noosa Heads, QLD) used a traditional wood fire kiln, kick wheel and hand dug local clays for his work. Each pot, and in this instance, travel cup is completely unique as the clay and fire decide the finish. Angus has joined creative forces with textile artist; Belinda Evans. Entirely inspired by the flora and fauna of native Australia, Belinda completed the collaboration by dying the handmade, natural cotton/linen bag using natural plant based mordants and locally foraged Kangaroo Paw, a native plant.

The cups have been carefully thought out and provide a high quality alternative to other non disposable coffee mugs out there. They have a comfortable little thumb dimple, fit under modern coffee machines and their bag makes the easy to take with!

Strictly limited numbers of totally unique products can be found online here but I would urge you to explore the work of both of these talented makers. Support local ya’ll!

Pan Pottery and Alchemy collaboration : handmade travel cup and naturally died bag // Australia - available online // as featured on Studio Home   Pan Pottery and Alchemy collaboration : handmade travel cup and naturally died bag // Australia - available online // as featured on Studio Home Pan Pottery and Alchemy collaboration : handmade travel cup and naturally died bag // Australia - available online // as featured on Studio Home Pan Pottery and Alchemy collaboration : handmade travel cup and naturally died bag // Australia - available online // as featured on Studio Home Pan Pottery and Alchemy collaboration : handmade travel cup and naturally died bag // Australia - available online // as featured on Studio HomePan Pottery and Alchemy collaboration : handmade travel cup and naturally died bag // Australia - available online // as featured on Studio Home
Imagery supplied by and used with permission of Belinda Evans
Visit
Alchemy
Pan Pottery
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Willie Weston x Koskela

Willie Weston x Koskela Bean Bag Collaboration featuring fabric designed by Indigenous artist; Rosie Ngwarraye Ross of Ampilatwatja, // Australia // as featured on Studio Home Willie Weston x Koskela Bean Bag Collaboration featuring fabric designed by Indigenous artist; Rosie Ngwarraye Ross of Ampilatwatja, // Australia // as featured on Studio Home Willie Weston x Koskela Bean Bag Collaboration featuring fabric designed by Indigenous artist; Rosie Ngwarraye Ross of Ampilatwatja, // Australia // as featured on Studio Home

We’ve touched based a few times with Willie Weston co-founders Jessica Booth and Laetitia Prunetti since they launched their business to work with Indigenous owned and operated art centres in remote communities across Australia and in turn; transform their work into modern, high quality textiles and product.

Using the Rosie Ngwarraye Morton’s Sugarbag Dreaming fabric design, they have combined forces with Australian design champion; Koskela to produce these beautiful limited edition bean bags.

Support some local down under design that spans from maker to producer by exploring online here.
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xplore more of the Willie Weston world here. 

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Radical vision from Radical Yes!

New sunglasses by Radical Yes! // Australia - available online // Photography by Agnieszka Chabros // as featured on Studio Home

Radical Yes! continue to tear forth in their very own gorgeous, styley direction!
In many ways they are pioneers of the independent fashion world where they produce at will, offering limited edition collections of shoes, sunglasses, bags (and I have no doubt MUCH more!) which are presented constantly with a disregard to traditional fashion “seasons” and the demands of the wider retail community. This means their pace is fast, their collaborations are frequent and the best thing; the quality, small run products can be collected!!!! (well…that’s what I tell myself!)

In this post we look at their new style of sunglasses ( in addition to super lightweight, round debut style I can’t take off!) and the cool concept behind it.

“Collaboration is also a massive part of what we do at Radical Yes. We love the energy that ‘real people’ with amazing stories can bring to a campaign. We like seeing how people interpret our products and make them their own. So to showcase our latest sunglasses collection, and in the spirit of great things happening in twos, we brought together some of our favourite creative teams who are made up of partners, sisters and friends and Agnieszka Chabros shot them for us!

This includes Andy Paltos & Sarah Gilsenan, to the rest of the world, the uber cool creative brains behind Rollas Jeans, but to us our dear longtime friends. Our most favourite and radically stylish French teacher, Julia Pound and her close friend and children’s book author, Samone Bos. And our newest friends and radical collaborators (more about that soon) Laurinda & Fatuma Ndenzako, the sisters behind Collective Closets.

Take your time to explore the new specs below, plus nose into their latest vibrant shoe collaboration with Collective Closets here. 

 

New sunglasses by Radical Yes! // Australia - available online // Photography by Agnieszka Chabros // as featured on Studio Home New sunglasses by Radical Yes! // Australia - available online // Photography by Agnieszka Chabros // as featured on Studio Home New sunglasses by Radical Yes! // Australia - available online // Photography by Agnieszka Chabros // as featured on Studio Home New sunglasses by Radical Yes! // Australia - available online // Photography by Agnieszka Chabros // as featured on Studio Home New sunglasses by Radical Yes! // Australia - available online // Photography by Agnieszka Chabros // as featured on Studio Home New sunglasses by Radical Yes! // Australia - available online // Photography by Agnieszka Chabros // as featured on Studio Home New sunglasses by Radical Yes! // Australia - available online // Photography by Agnieszka Chabros // as featured on Studio Home New sunglasses by Radical Yes! // Australia - available online // Photography by Agnieszka Chabros // as featured on Studio Home New sunglasses by Radical Yes! // Australia - available online // Photography by Agnieszka Chabros // as featured on Studio Home New sunglasses by Radical Yes! // Australia - available online // Photography by Agnieszka Chabros // as featured on Studio Home

Imagery supplied by and used with permission of Radical Yes!
Photography by Agnieszka Chabros

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‘Clifton’ by Hunting for George

 Clifton Collection by Hunting for George // Australia - available online // Photography by Annette O'Brien // as featured on Studio Home
Hunting for George continue on their path to be your one-stop-shop for quality Australian design, art and homeware. They really are the champion of the independent designer and have slotted themselves in there too!
Their new collection; ‘Clifton’ is inspired by summers spent in the sleepy Tasmanian, seaside town of the same name, as remembered by co-founders/sisters; Lucy Glade Wright and Jo Harris. 

“I wanted this collection to represent everything we love about Summer holidays. Our fondest memories are from our holiday’s spent at Clifton Beach. Extremely understated and surrounded by nature. I wanted our designs to reflect the simplicity and calm energy of that time.”
Lucy Glade-Wright, co-founder.

This understated approach feels good. No need to shout, no need to launch into attention grabbing prints – instead a softness and focus on actual everyday living for the laid back.
Interceded into the imagery below are also features of their latest offering of prints – again, like everything curated from both their own art AND a carefully selected group of local creators.

Its a pleasure to explore! Get in there here! 

 Clifton Collection by Hunting for George // Australia - available online // Photography by Annette O'Brien // as featured on Studio Home  Clifton Collection by Hunting for George // Australia - available online // Photography by Annette O'Brien // as featured on Studio Home  Clifton Collection by Hunting for George // Australia - available online // Photography by Annette O'Brien // as featured on Studio Home  Clifton Collection by Hunting for George // Australia - available online // Photography by Annette O'Brien // as featured on Studio Home  Clifton Collection by Hunting for George // Australia - available online // Photography by Annette O'Brien // as featured on Studio Home  Clifton Collection by Hunting for George // Australia - available online // Photography by Annette O'Brien // as featured on Studio Home  Clifton Collection by Hunting for George // Australia - available online // Photography by Annette O'Brien // as featured on Studio Home  Clifton Collection by Hunting for George // Australia - available online // Photography by Annette O'Brien // as featured on Studio Home  Clifton Collection by Hunting for George // Australia - available online // Photography by Annette O'Brien // as featured on Studio Home  Clifton Collection by Hunting for George // Australia - available online // Photography by Annette O'Brien // as featured on Studio Home  Clifton Collection by Hunting for George // Australia - available online // Photography by Annette O'Brien // as featured on Studio Home  Clifton Collection by Hunting for George // Australia - available online // Photography by Annette O'Brien // as featured on Studio Home  Clifton Collection by Hunting for George // Australia - available online // Photography by Annette O'Brien // as featured on Studio Home

Imagery supplied by and used with permission of Hunting for George
Art Direction // Lucy Glade Wright
Styling // Ruth Welsby
Photography // Annette O’Brien

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klaylife x élodie

 klaylife x élodie handmade jewellery // South Africa x Australia // as featured on Studio Home

You’ve all been witness to the exquisite, hand made chandeliers produced by klaylife artisans; the women in Kwazulu-Natal of South Africa. Now we have something a little smaller to covet!
klaylife has joined forces with Melbourne based; Elodie Darwish of élodie jewellery to combine their handmade beads with truly beautiful accents of gold and silver plated brass. I simply love this mix of smooth and gleaming vs soft and natural!

Enjoy the introduction below or click through to explore and buy online here. 

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klaylife x élodie handmade jewellery // South Africa x Australia // as featured on Studio Home

Imagery supplied by and used with permission of klaylife
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