Tattly ever after

Lately have been getting busier and busier- yay!
Happy days at the POD studio
learning so much with the Shi – Fu !
Beautification of Brisvegas : D

& A lot of on-going freelance projects that I’ll post in the coming month!


My Pebeo pens arrived!

Here are some trial ceramic plates, need to head out and grab some more oven safe dishes!

took a while to adjust to the flow of the ink

bought a set of 5 conical flasks from Etsy for $30 – happy!
Usually at the junktiques these can easily go for $30 EACH!


finally my tattoos have arrived!


Wanted the Pantone one but too late- sold out!

grate me some cheeesseee

that’s some Whisky Business!

: D


The business cards I did for El patio arrived!
The Nacho vip card & a voucher to follow shortly…
We’re working together with local Singaporean graffiti artists
to revamp the interior of the restaurant!


say hello to my new kitty: Kit Kat!

Poor little thing just got back from the vet : )


Good old crafternoons

Totally forgot I have to finish making these!



Saturday in Design (part 1)

we started the day in Chippendale!



the making of Thonet chairs was amazing to watch!

a truckload of jellybeans

cute rebranding- Tongue ‘n’ Groove


extremely cool trompe-l’œil carpet design

more next!

Redfern Seasonal Concept

I want to live here forever and ever
stroking my pet giraffe (priced at $3500, or 10% of RPP for rental)

Seasonal Concepts is one of my favourite vintage spots
along with Doug up on Bourke , Lost and Found Market  & Woollongabba Antique Center

(which I will blog about later!)

Seasonal Concepts isn’t a very enticing name
and it is hidden amongst a row of dilapidated shops
which makes finding it even more satisfying and delightful


I often wonder how businesses of this nature manage to make money
I picture the shop owners to be eccentric millionaires
and their shops are more like an act of philanthropy,
to share with the public a museum of their cherished finds
(the likes of me drooling and wanting to buy everything)
but increasingly boutiques have picked up the trend of visual merchandising with
natural oddities, taxidermy, old cashiers and lab equipments.

Cool bobbin stand
I’d use it as a wine stand though

Since I stole  found those test tubes from Classique I have reason to buy a test tube rack!

chicken!!!! cheeekkkannnnn

hello pony

OMG my two loves merged into one
a dandy fox sporting a top hat

old radio valves

what my work station would look like : )

hello gigantic Kewpies!

The last time we stumbled upon this little hole of treasures we couldn’t get any photos,
but I kept describing it to friends as like falling through the rabbit hole
with all mannequin heads and glowing jars and vases stacked on
uneven shelves all the way up to the ceiling
and many happy creatures on the wall

Seasonal Concepts 

122 Redfern Street
Redfern, NSW 2016