Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Byron Bay Sunrise

Whoops forgot to post this one!

We made the brave decision to get up at sunrise to take some photos. We tried the morning before but slept through the alarm...

But the sunrise we remembered to get up for certainly did not disappoint.



Here is me taking the above photo. Photoception.



Monday, September 29, 2014

Byron Bay

We went to Byron Bay for a week. It was sunny, warm and quiet and I put on LOTS of sunscreen everyday. Here are some pictures we took.















I wish we were back there now. But we can't have too much of a good thing now can we?

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Moss


A couple of weeks ago Dale and I took a lovely week away to Byron Bay.
Whilst we were relaxin' I finally finished my moss stitch scarf. 
Photos taken by the wonderful Dale, DSLR lesson and photoshoot in one.


Luckily it's still a little cold in Melbourne so I can wear it for a few more days before summer finally comes and this pastey whitey will have to bathe in sunscreen.

Monday, September 8, 2014

Film...Finally!

I love me some film photography, I just get lazy in the photographing and developing of said film.
Finally I got two rolls developed! If you're interested the Black and White are on Lomography Lady Grey 400ISO 35mm film with my Pentax 1000 SLR and the Colour film is Lomography Colour 400ISO 35mm with my La Sardina Camera also from Lomography!

Enjoy.










Monday, August 25, 2014

It is what it is.


Our mantra in the Design Studio, turned into some nice typography.
By the end of the year I think I could fill a gallery with these posters.



Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Finders Keepers

So Finders Keepers was just over a week ago now. Surprise surprise after that full on weekend I got sick! WEW!


Anyway onto the market! We set up around 3:30pm and it was pretty hectic but we got there! Looking fiiiiine in our fluros.




This is what the finished stall looked like, thanks to my dad for building the back wall and making us look pretty damn good. My boss came up with the grand scheme to put our faces on lollypops. They were the best seller of the market, probably because they were free...and sugar.



Over the course of the market I left 3 Curositea's around the place. They all got picked up, I hope they're happy in their new homes! 


The weekend was amazing and insane so many people so little time, sometimes there were so many people we couldn't actually get into our stall! But it was great fun. Much red bull and coffee was consumed a long with a lot of laughs and chatting to so many people. Onto the next market, don't know when don't know where but I'll keep you posted! Thanks to anyone who came and said hello and bought something! Thanks for having us Finders Keepers!


Sunday, July 20, 2014

Day in the life

Aka, one week till Finders Keepers Market and I'm starting to freak out.

Yesterday was the day I forced myself to get some serious shit done.
So I took some pics on the trusty iPhone, enjoy.

It started off as any good productive day should, with epic breakfast with the boyfriend.
Finally made it to Hammer & Tong. Pretty damn tasty.

Started said productive day as any should. With a list, seeing as it was particularly important to get work done today I opted for this approach. The more extreme the list the better the work ethic apparently.First task was to sew together all of the Granny Square cards, boring task, fixed boredom with a little Pirates of Penzance. Jon English in his purple pants makes any task more entertaining, that and singing extremely loudly to all the songs. 




CARDS DONE! And with that I moved onto the longest task of the day. Finishing making stock of my Inedible Edibles. And so the rest of the day went by, making tiny fruit and watching Orange is the New Black.


Sitting in ones bed for 6 hours straight does things. Not nice things to your neck and back and general mental state. So I moved downstairs because there was a fire, cat and 007. Who wouldn't?


OH! There was Gin too.The last task for the night which also became this mornings task was a beanie for my Aunty.
My mum picked the colours, I knitted it, it was a whole collective thing.

SO yeah, wrote a big list, got shit done.
Market is in 5 days. OH GOD.