Meet The Maker
South Australian born glass artist Thomas Yeend creates eye-catching glassworks, using a combination of 3D modelling, 3D printing, and mixed-media components with traditional glass-making techniques. Thomas creates a variety of vibrant and cheerful glass wares that we are totally in love with.
Australian designer maker Molly Younger is known for her innovative approach to making and design. Sitting somewhere between art, sculpture and wearable fashion, each one-of-a-kind bag from Younger's new collection is handmade from natural latex moulds in Melbourne. Irresistible to touch Molly’s bags are functional and practical to carry your life and belongings.
Dorkus Design is a jewellery and form play project by Melbourne based designer and maker Stephanie Watt. Working primarily with laser cut pieces which are finished and assembled by hand, Steph is known for her minimal and eye catching designs. The designer’s loving use of bold colour painted by hand gives each piece its own individual mood.
Ghost Wares is a Melbourne based ceramics studio with an emphasis on creating objects that are elegant but playful. All of our products are made by hand, allowing for an ever evolving range of complementary pieces. We endeavour to create contemporary products that have an element of timeless restraint.
Billy James Crellin studied Photomedias at the Sydney College of the Arts, undertaking his Honours research year in Glass within the discipline area Object Art and Design. After graduating in 2013 he procured experience practicing in central European industrial and applied art hubs, as well as fabricating for art and design practitioners.
Just as people are not perfect copies of one another, all of Sonya’s designs are one of a kind. All pieces are handmade and have small subtleties making them organic and real.
“I love to create what I call “modern treasure” - Sonya Kelly