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Single Use Plastic

When creating visual art I make sculptural art pieces and wearable objects which are high end, aiming for timeless quality.   My mission is to educate with beauty.  My vision is to make amazing artwork with surprising materials.

Working as an artist I am focused on a high quality end result.

Why Wearable Art?

The aim of prducing wearable art is to reach a wider audience.

By making wearable art I hope to draw attention to the pollution of the seas by exhibiting pollution on the body.

India’s Doodlage Upcycles Textile Waste Into Quirky, One-of-a-Kind Garments

This is a good article with some solid suggestions about how the fashion industry could develop.  It seems obvious to me that factories should have a team dedicated to cutting back on waste!  Kriti Tula has been operating her company ‘Doodlage’ since 2012, so has a couple of years experience and can give intelligent suggestions.

India is a country of contrasts and contradictions, there are millions of people who work full time in plantations or factories who live in substandard accommodation, without hope of ever buying a home. This is unimaginable in Australia.

I too love patchwork.


Source: India’s Doodlage Upcycles Textile Waste Into Quirky, One-of-a-Kind Garments

Wearable Art Awards : Central Craft

I am very interested in this, but am having a hard time finding out much more information!  Apparently entries close in September… but I can’t find any forms.


Central Craft is an organisation which supports and promotes artists and craft practitioners working in Alice Springs and surrounding areas of Central Australia. We run workshops and studios, the June Marriott Gallery, and a retail outlet.

Source: Wearable Art Awards : Central Craft

First Photos of the “Camping Collection”

I am very excited to be able to post some of the first photos of this year’s ‘Camping Collection’.

Wearable Art made from 100% repurposed materials

Gowns are made from tents.  Hats are made from palm tree flower stalks.

Thank you to Zara Walton for the amazing photos.


To dream the impossible dream!

By: Maritza Villarroel Exclusivamente para Rex Fabrics Fine Fabrics from Around the World When we refer to Haute Couture, it is more complex than what it seems; because there is a big difference between what many of us refer to as famous designers and Haute Couture designers.  Haute Couture designers are actually very few, because, … Read More