Fashion Record

Sunday, September 16, 2007

Rose Street Artists' Market, Melbourne



The Rose St. Artists' Market is based in a former junkyard at 60 Rose Street Fitzroy. It displays the work of up to 50 artists and designers. The Artist Market concept is modelled on other artist initiated market projects around the world.

Rose Street highlights include: Linogirl (Ceramic Objects), Cat Davison (painting, jewellery, photography), Rebound (Journals bound with covers from old books), Nearly Roadkill (bags made from the materials of car interiors) and Dirtfish(Graphic art in resin accessories) Mattt Bags (Bags with screen or handprinted designs)

Rose St Artists' Market is open Saturdays from 11am to 5pm.

Linogirl http://www.linogirl.com.au/
Cat Davison http://www.catdavison.com
Nearly Roadkill http://www.nearlyroadkill.com.au/
Rebound http://www.reboundbooks.net/
Mattt Bags http://www.mattt.com.au/
DirtFish http://www.dirtfish.net/
Rose St Artists Market http://www.rosestmarket.com.au/

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Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Mattt bags


Mattt bags are a range of handmade backpacks, shoulder bags and laptop ready bags, incorporating striking screenprinted or handprinted designs. Mattt bags are designed and made in Melbourne, Australia.

You can buy Mattt bags at one of their weekend market stalls around Melbourne or one of their stockists in Melbourne or South Australia; or you can order a bag type with your selected pattern, and they will have it ready for you in about a week.

Mattt bags are now offering digitally printed designs on canvas, in collaboration with local Melbourne designers and illustrators(eg 'Melbourne Map' by Michelle Mackintosh).

Go to Mattt for more information about their bags, or go see them at one of the weekend markets in Melbourne(Rose St Artists, St Kilda or Arts Centre), or Mattt's stockists in Melbourne and South Australia.

Mattt bags http://www.mattt.com.au
Rose St Market http://www.rosestmarket.com.au/
St Kilda Market http://www.esplanademarket.com/
Art Centre Market http://www.theartscentre.net.au/whats-on_detail.aspx?view=79

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