Indigenous Australian designer Kristy Dickinson believes life is too short to wear boring jewellery! Kristy designs jewellery from laser cut acrylic under her label Haus of Dizzy and is a favourite at the market with those who like their accessories to make a statement!
Jessica Jane is an exhibiting artist, illustrator and designer from Melbourne, Australia. Her work can be described as whimsical and feminine with interests in nature, animals and costume. Her detailed ink drawings are inspired by nature and traveling, often visualising flora and fauna she has referenced with self captured photography when exploring. Jessica’s products include original artworks, giclee prints, cards, zines, wrapping paper, stickers, badges and more!
Adela Shen is the maker behind quirky jewellery and accessory label Shop Bitsy. Adele aims to inspire fun and happiness in others. With these tiny, colourful pom poms, handcrafted for her current range, we think she's doing just that!
Matt Duncan is a graphic designer and printmaker and has been producing linoprints since 2010. He loves the graphic qualities of this medium; strong contrast, crisp lines and flat colours, and enjoys the physical aspects to producing linoprints.
Matt also has an interest in typography and Scandinavian design. He incorporates these two themes in typographic posters that can be customised with your favourite song lyrics, quote or names of your family members!
Genie Desert the founder is an Artist and Contemporary Jewellery Designer, based in Melbourne, Australia. Psychic Desert was created in 2015 after completing an MFA at RMIT university, she started exploring the concept of jewellery as a form of wearable art, creating pieces that combine elements of traditional jewellery form with an organic and sculptural aesthetic.
Psychic Desert collections are sculpturally crafted adorned with rough and faceted crystals, chosen for their energetic and mystical properties. Inspired by the history of jewellery making, these pieces reference the rudimentary design of ancient relics as well as the intricacy of Victorian design and Momento Mori. Genie combines these influences with an appreciation of the organic forms found in nature, to create mystical adornments, that embody a hand made and original look.