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 […]
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.
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 […]
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.
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 […]
A special thank you to our network members. from endemicworld.com on Vimeo. We wanted to thank our members for shopping with us and spreading the word about endemicworld.com and New Zealand designers. To show our appreciation we have entered all our members in the draw for a $150 voucher. If you are not a member […]
White Fungus Magazine got a great review by Mark Amery in the Dominion Post last week. It was picked out as one of the few he thought were truly quality art publications and stating “more publications like this please”, after shredding many others. Issue 9 will be available soon… Nice work Ron Hanson and the […]
New Zealand has a low tolerance for street art of any kind. Which is a great shame because we miss out on FREE art all around us. This was a stencil I found in Vienna. I like the detail and addition of the person on the seat. I just want to jump on and ride […]