The Stitches….for him and her

This week we feature The Stitches. Underground t-shirts designed by George Goldsack and Simon Bayliss. Models Tobias and Angie show off their “Last Call for Regrets” and “Like a Thief in the Night” T-shirts. These prints are limited edition of 7 in each size. endemicworld.com is the exclusive online retailer for The Stitches. Do you […]

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Sticker Car

Photographed by Bob Nelson in the streets of Italy recently. An old art form with a new canvas. Now known as auto-decoupage. Without the varnish and the bad scissor finish. What would Man Ray have done with a Hummer?

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World Environment Day

Today New Zealand hosts World Environment Day. So today we show off all of the products and designers who incorporate sustainable features. Kowtow is a certified organic fairtrade cotton streetwear business form Wellington. Paradigm is a creative studio who produce carry bags from billboards and brooches from waste perspex. Ooid collect design submissions for their […]

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Creative Trophy

Spotted recently in Mangarakau, at the southern end of the Whanganui Inlet. A Trophy worth winning. The thought of having this on top of my fridge would focus my mind on winning at Pool, Darts, Bowls and Table Tennis.

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Meet the designers…

When you shop for great design products from New Zealand you can now meet the wonderful people behind the brands and discover their stories. What inspires them, likes and dislikes, how their brand and products came to life and links to thier own myspace and other community pages. You can view all of the designer […]

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Good Magazine launches

Today HB media, publishers of Idealog magazine, launched Good Magazine – New Zealand’s guide to sustainable living. Featured inside, amongst a heap of rich content, is New Zealand homeware designer Jo Muir. Her hemp cushions are filled with 100% New Zealand wool and hand printed with natural dyes.

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African Odyssey on the news

African Odyssey is the story of four kiwi mates who rode motorbikes from Capetown to London. No corporate sponsor, no camera crew, no changing room, no expensive equipment, just raw adventure New Zealand style. They made their trip into a documentary that premiers in their hometown of Whakatane this Saturday and Sunday (both shows have […]

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