Designer Spotlight – Paper Ivy – from Packaging Your Crafts: Creative Ideas for Crafters, Artists, Bakers, & More by Viola E Sutanto
Sooo, I’ve had some work published in this book: Packaging Your Crafts: Creative Ideas for Crafters, Artists, Bakers, & More
by Viola E Sutanto
That’s a bit exciting isn’t it?! I’ve been sitting on this information for so long because I was waiting for the US edition to arrive on my doorstep, but I fear it was lost at sea, because it never arrived! I’m hoping I will receive the UK version, when I do, I’ll do a little book review for you.
The UK and Australian version is titled Crafter’s Guide to Packaging Handmade Products.
A big thank you to Rotovision books for sending me the page layout of my pages, for their interest in Paper Ivy and for asking me to make a contribution.
I’m very pleased to announce that Paper Ivy stationery and wearables are now available at The Warrnambool Art Gallery shop.
Here is what you could expect from a visit to the shop:
“Our carefully selected stock is a snap shot of the best in local, Melbourne made and Australian design. Our range includes lifestyle products that will enhance the home, quirky stationery to put some fun into the everyday, and the best children’s ‘make and do’ toys guaranteed to entertain budding young artists. Plus we have handpicked a selection of publications celebrating art making and creative thinking within the south west.”
Here is what you can expect from the gallery collection:
“With almost 2000 artworks ranging from European salon paintings of the 1800s, colonial artworks and indigenous artefacts, to the Melbourne Modernists of the 1940s and contemporary art, the Warrnambool Art Gallery continues to inspire audiences as it has since the 19th century.”
Here is where they are:
Warrnambool Art Gallery
26 Liebig Street
And how you can contact them:
T: +61 3 5559 49 49
Visit their website (it’s very good) for more information.