Are you a freelance/contract designer?

If your a contractor or freelance designer then you need to check out this new local site that has just launched. ‘Crackerjacks’ – which takes the hassles out of contract recruitment – is set to crack open New Zealand’s contracting market. Frustrated by the downsides of hiring contractors himself, experienced business manager Tony Wai has […]

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Turn off your PC and hit the farm

Mai Farm Naturally has come about from the 100 year centenary of the Mai Family. The organic milk and beef farm is in the Beautiful Pohangina Valley. The festival will comprise of natural and organic stalls, live musicians, fire performers and wandering stilt artists, holistic healers, organic water, organic coffee, natural foods and a childrens […]

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New Jewellery

Zoe Ikin is quickly making her mark in the New Zealand design industry. Full-time designer at Studio Alexander and making jewellery is only the beginning…

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Hessian goodness

Ataahua has just dropped a fresh load of one-of-a-kind hessian bags and hats. We have included an individual photo of each one in stock so you can choose your favourite. The range is made in New Zealand from upcycling hessian coffee sacks. Just goes to show what great ideas and design can do to what […]

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Georgefm just told us about this

Thanks to the gigabyte guide (every Tuesday on Gerogefm) we were just informed about this site. Thanks Clarke and Co. A super cool timeline of the web and its memes. Pretty interesting to see what us humans are most interested in. As far as timeline deisgn goes, its easy to use, and even easier to […]

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White Fungus in their prime

Print Fetish is a NYC site that is dedicated to reviewing anything print. They have just given a dream review to the Hanson bros. at White Fungus in Wellington. The review puts them up against the best and praises the mag for being content rich and gloss free. Big ups from us White Fungus…. Check […]

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Discovery…

Remember this cardboard Robot? We figured there could only be one company cool enough and creative enough in Lyttelton to construct such a masterpiece. I sent an email to Kingswood skis (of Lyttelton) and they replied: “Hello Elliot Yes, it’s ours – made by friend and neighbour artist Oscar Guerrero. Unfortunately, the big guy succumbed […]

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