Friday, March 28, 2014

Lights, Paper, Action!

While researching how to make paper cameras (because what else are you going to do on a rainy day), I stumbled across the work of Kevin LCK, a Hong Kong and London based illustrator and product designer. His beautifully made cardboard camera titled Object #2 is part of a project called "Ordinary Behaviour".
Object #2 

Object #2


Thursday, December 12, 2013

It's a wrap!

Thank you to everyone who came to visit us at the Sydney Finders Keepers Markets this year, we had a great day x Mel & Ness



Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Sydney Finders Keepers Markets 6th -7th of December 2013


Come and say hi this weekend at the Sydney Finders Keepers Markets. We will be introducing our latest range - 'Double Dutch', super styled skipping rope necklaces.

Along with the Double Dutch collection, we will also be peddling some classic wares from past ranges as well as a handmade limited edition range of goodies developed especially for all you market goers.

x Vanessa & Mel

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Wim City

While trawling through Pinterest today I came across the work again of Belgium artist Wim Delvoye. A lot of  his work revolves around the body but it's his intricately carved tires that I find strangely beautiful. His website is fun to navigate too.
x Mel




Monday, December 3, 2012

Sydney Finders Keepers Markets 2012

Come and say hi this weekend at the Sydney Finders Keepers Markets x


Tuesday, May 1, 2012

New Stuff



Remember how great things were when you were a kid? Paddle Pops always seemed bigger, TV shows were better and days at the beach were longer...

Introducing... OUR NEW RANGE - Pimped Up Memories! Our super styled bubble wands are a tribute to all those sparkly, larger than life, kid memories.

Once again we have worked with our great pal Megan Fizell to produce these super lovely images. (Thanks Meg, you know you're the greatest right?! xx)

To see the complete range and more head here... http://www.parliamentoftwo.com/

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Clothes Horse

This fun little photographic essay is the work of Ulrika Kestere. It documents the fairy tale of a girl whose drying laundry is taken by a gust of wind. The girl looks for her clothes across the country-side only to discover them in theses whimsical horse shaped forms. Ok, so this is the 2 second condensed version, but you can check out the unedited story on her blog, Ulicam.

Oh and taking a peek at her website too, she has lots of other lovely images you must see.