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Goods. x Miranda Skoczek

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TODAY we launch our second Goods homewares collection – a collaboration with Melbourne artist Miranda Skoczek. Dream. Come. True!

Goods is our very own range of homewares, produced in partnership with design studio Bonnie and Neil. We also work with Robert Gordon Australia on our beautiful ceramics!

This latest collection is SUPER LIMITED and will only be available for a short time (or until sold out).  We will be officially launching the collection at a Pop-Up Shop June 16th to 18th – if you’re in Melbourne, please join us. You can also purchase online today!

5th June, 2017

I attended the very inspiring Soul Safari creative conference on the weekend. The room was full of Melbourne’s most talented creative people, small business legends and awesome entrepreneurs. It reignited in me a deep sense of the importance of COLLABORATION, of getting outside of your own little universe, and creating magic with other likeminded people.

That passion for creative collaboration is the driving force behind Goods – our very own range of locally made homewares, brought to life with some of our favourite creative people.

Goods is an ongoing partnership between TDF and Bonnie and Neil. For each range, Bonnie and I approach an Australian artist we love, working with them closely to produce a limited range of soft furnishings.  We also work with the wonderful team at Robert Gordon Australia to produce our handglazed ceramics.

We are SO thrilled to finally show you our latest range  – an exclusive collection with Melbourne artist Miranda Skoczek!  As I am sure you know, Miranda is one of our absolute favourite Australian artists, and has been on our DREAM collaborator wishlist since, well, forever! Her richly layered paintings have formed the inspiration for this collection – referencing historical objects and antiquities, fragments of vivid colour and pattern, and mythical iconography.

This capsule collection brings together five hand screen printed cushions with gold foil detailing, two handprinted tablecloths, and a very limited collection of ceramic vessels, handpainted and initialled by the artist.

WATCH THE VIDEO below for a little snapshot of the making of this collection! (Thank you SIRAPfor making this film!).

The range launches online today – SHOP NOW! And / or please join us for a very special pop-up shop in two weeks time.

Goods. x Miranda Skoczek
Pop-up Shop

ALL WELCOME at our Pop-Up launch night
Friday June 16th, 5:00pm – 7.00pm

POP-UP SHOP
Saturday June 17th and Sunday June 18th
10.00am to 5.00pm each day

14 Little Oxford st
Collingwood
Victoria
3066

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