Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Peninsula Summer Music Festival

Peninsula Summer Music Festival
There is nothing quite like spoiling your senses with glorious music in all its forms whilst enjoying the beautiful locations on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria.

For 10 days the Mornington Peninsula will be filled with music that is seductive, joyous, profound, intriguing and transformative; from 1930's French jazz to rarely-heard Renaissance woodwind, fiery fandango 17th century-style, rarely performed works by Telemann and Mozart, and the endlessly inventive realm of percussion. The festival presents timeless favourites and long-lost gems, performed by a superb assembly of more than 50 Australian and international artists from Australia, New York, France, Germany, the UK and The Netherlands, across 26 events.

I couldn't imagine anywhere better to spend a lazy summer day, over looking the beach, whilst listening to the sounds of great live music.

7th Peninsula Summer Music Festival 
Mornington Peninsula, Victoria
Event Dates: 27 December - 5 January 
Tickets: Now on sale 

Monday, October 28, 2013

Muji Is Coming To Oz

Muji Filing Accessories
Muji Health And Beauty
Muji Home Accessories
Muji Notepads and Diaries
Muji Office Accessories
MUJI a Japanese company whose basic principle is to develop new simple products at reasonable prices by making the best use of materials while considering environmental issues, is coming to Australia. Their first store will open in Chadstone Shopping Centre in Melbourne on Tuesday 26 November 2013. I for one am more than just a little excited about this.

Their range includes everything from stationery to linen and clothing to tableware. Each item has the same philosophy behind it.

For more information about the Muji Australian store opening visit their Australian Facebook Page.

Monday, October 21, 2013

Next Was A Weedy Sea Dragon

Nicole Tattersall Dangerfork
It's here! The third of the limited edition screen prints I've worked on with the folks at Dangerfork. First it was the well loved cheetah, then we went all pink with the flamingo and now we're going underwater with a weedy sea dragon. 

The first time I saw a weedy sea dragon was whilst working at The Portsea Camp. Hence it's only fitting that $10 from the sale of each of the weedy sea dragon prints will be donated back to the camp, so that many more children can be inspired by this beautiful underwater creature.

The drip animals represent that if we do not look after the environment and those that live in it, creatures such as the cheetah may just simply fade away. Which is why I'm also stoaked that the prints are printed on 100% recycled art paper.

If you're interested in being the proud owner of one you best be quick and head over to Dangerfork to get your hands on one once as there are only 25 in the edition. There are also a few cheetah and flamingo still available too.



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