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Spaces Volume Two by Frankie Magazine + Giveaway!

Spaces Volume Two is a collection of homes and homes-away-from-home around Australia - from the east coast capitals to the Adelaide Hills, the wilds of Tasmania and the southernmost tip of Western Australia. The designers, photographers,...
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Urban Larder by Sarah K at designEX.

Summing up the many achievements of the talented and industrious Sarah K in a single paragraph is nearly impossible. An architect, a product designer, a design curator and all around creative powerhouse, Sarah has successfully undertaken...
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Design Free Thursday // Hate Mail by Mr Bingo.

It all started one drunken night (as many worth while things do). London artist Mr Bingo tweeted "I will send an offensive postcard to the first person to reply to this message". Fifty people responded in the first minute, and a stranger...
Yellowtrace Spotlight // Azulej Tiles by Patricia Urquiola for Mutina, available at Academy Tiles.

Yellowtrace Spotlight // February 2013.

Hello friends, and welcome to the February edition of Yellowtrace Spotlight. Today I've got some new products, home-wares, industry news and a bit of online action to share. Here we...
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Yellowtrace Spotlight // December 2012.

How is it December already? That's just crazy talk! That can only mean one thing - it's time for the December edition of “Yellowtrace Spotlight”. Below is the selection of some of the things that have been submitted or uncovered in the...
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Design Free Thursday // My Better Half.

My Better Half is a beautiful post series by a talented graphic designer and blogger Amanda Jane Jones. Amanda regularly features couples and their love stories, alongside great photography and clever...
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Coffeeklatch // Creative Entrepreneurs in Their Homes.

Let's be honest - there is no shortage of blogs and websites these days that provide us with a window into the world of creative people and their spaces. Just think The Selby or Paul Barbera's Where They Create to name just a couple of the...