Vegan soaps made using locally-sourced ingredients from the Huon Valley. Ethical as.
Handsome shoes for handsome people. Made in Melbourne using a sexy vintage sewing machine and made-to-last techniques.
Manipulated precious metal rings, earrings, necklaces and pendants.
Indian head massages for all. Your one stop shop for inner calm.
Bohemia are on a mission to integrate your experience of viewing art with the experience of making art. Time to get creative.
100% silk shirts, funky shorts and all manner of clothing made from recycled Indian saris.
A summery selection of Oz-tentatious Australian designer glamorama, featuring a range of colourful swimmers, bean bags, jewellery, shoes, printed muumuus, headwear and more.
Kicks that are as cool as you. Each pair of these beauties is lovingly hand-made in Melbourne’s oh-so-hip Brunswick.
A not-for-profit organisation focused on supporting and sustaining Tasmanian design. In partnership with MoMa, Design Tasmania will showcase a selection of innovative local designers.
Image courtesy of Mel de Ruyter
More folk healing, divinations, prayer candles, and charms than you’ve ever laid your third eye on.
Weird and wonderful handmade, slip-cast clay creations.
More pop art than you can poke a stick at. Expect deliciously bright perspex and plastic earrings, necklaces, and brooches.
Fun and fabulous jewellery hand-crafted from recycled materials including fit balls, tyres, and almost anything shiny.
Handcrafted jewellery and curiosities made with ethically-sourced precious metals, stones, bones and butterfly wings.
Handcrafted and bespoke jewellery inspired by nature, colour and texture.
Ethical fashion is the new black. And thanks to Linda Chee of Geckostrands, you can peruse woolen and cashmere art textiles dyed with Eucalyptus.
Shine bright like a diamond.
Sparkly body art and avant-garde makeup.
Rage against the patriarchy and societal constructs with feminist, hag-themed clothing. Printed by hand, too.
Lamps inspired by the Tasman Sea. Designed by Sophia Homes, a trained ocean engineer.
Award-winning and handmade designer kitchenware from the banks of the Tamar River, Tasmania. Everything from spurtles to coffee grinders to salt, pepper and spice mills.
From rags to riches: Jodi designs and makes garments from the textile industry’s waste.
Fusing kitsch, nostalgia, craft and playful perversity, Sydney-based artist Kirsten Fredericks creates woolly delights straight out of a naughty nanny’s craft box.
Hand-made snake-belts inspired by Mesoamerican mythology. Some shaped like vipers, others like rattlesnakes, and all featuring hand-painted scales adorned with flecks of copper and gold.
Unique pieces made using eco resin, foraged Tasmanian lichens and flowers, and flecks of precious metals. Peruse everything from jewellery to beaut buttons, plus their range of super stylish square resin bowls.
Limited edition and one-of-a-kind hand-stitched threads and accessories. Juicy indigo-dyed denim, linen utilities and oh-so-Mofo summer coats.
Everything from tutus to viscose lycra dresses made in Tassie’s deep, dark south.
Retro-inspired handmade underwear, clothing and swimwear, influenced by the circus, theatre and the colours of Mexico.
Vintage knick-knacks, clothing, electricals and Tamanian curiosites.
High-end hand-made organic avant-garde streetwear. Très ethical.
Couture that doubles as day and night wear, dahling—from the multi-use ‘Muff Mirror’ to dresses and jumpsuits in vintage prints, and accessories both feathered and fringed.
Pirates at MoMa! Secure yourself some Sea Shepherd merch and get the lowdown on their current campaigns.
Leather bags and earrings, hand-crafted from local and exotic limited edition leathers.
Stories of the oft-overlooked Brooker Highway (yep), which will be showcased in an exhibition at the Moonah Arts Centre in August 2017. BYO memory, photo, object or anything about our beloved Brooker.
Image courtesy of the Jakobovski family.
Beaut natural skincare products made by hand from certified organic ingredients. No nasties and no harm done.
To preserve the memory Jacques Jaujard, the Deputy Head of the Louvre whose actions saved priceless pieces of art in the face of invasion by Nazi Germany, Three Red Circles collect, and display, treasures of sorts. Made mostly from genuine miscellanea painstakingly fossicked from the yard sales and flea markets of Paris, each piece on display has been curated so that the little ‘gems’ from the past may be preserved and hopefully appreciated anew.
The comfiest knickers in all of the land: Y-fronts for the lads, and X-fronts for the lasses.
Get all lathered up with gorgeous hand-crafted soaps (made with yoghurt, goat milk, beer and whisky), goat-milk hand creams, lip balms, bath salts and lotions.
Gemstones from Australia and overseas, sourced by hand and crafted into one-off designs. Bathe in the positive energy flow.
Tasmanian bespoke leather goods crafted by El Noskcaj. Purses, bags, jewellery, journals and more. Supple as.
Sculptural, handmade jewellery crafted from woven nylon mesh, salvaged shards of graffiti and polished coal.
Food + Produce
Art on a plate. Artisanal pastries made using eggs from happy outdoor chooks, apples, stone fruit and lemons from the back paddocks of the Huon Valley. Deliciously decadent!
Old fashioned icecream made using only the bare essentials. Natural flavours, and no nasties.
A tasty twist on traditional Latin-American empanadas, made with the best local Tassie produce. Try them three ways: beef, vegetarian and three cheese.
Authentic and made-from-scratch South Indian street food including idly (a savoury cake), dosa (crepes made from fermented batter) and chaat (savoury snacks).
Hands-down delicious Creole-American dishes made from locally-sourced produce.
Formally known as Wingseed, these guys have reincarnated themselves and their menu. Expect delicious vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free mains and desserts, plus chai and herbal teas.
Fancy-pants burritos and burrito bowls made with local, organic ingredients. Think tasty-as Bruny Island wallaby, Tasmanian cheeses, and locally-grown veg.
The Porky Duck are back with more kefir than you can a poke a stick at, as well as Tasmanian Blue Eye and corn taquitos, pork plates, sauerkraut and a delicious assortment of dips.
Japanese cooking technique and philosophy meets organic Tasmanian produce. Tasty as.