21 November 2008

Hip Products: Non-Fiction

Busy graphic designers Carolyn and Martin of Delphinus Creative not only have a very cool blog about independent design in Australia (indie art & design), but also a hip range of clothing, totes and gift cards that I love. Their label is called Non-Fiction and all products are designed and made in Australia from high quality fabric.

This wind turbine t-shirt is irresistible. Granted, I am very into alternative energy sources (please support the development of Australia's first community-owned wind farm in Victoria here), but the art deco styling, and the strength of the image stands out from your everyday t-shirt graphic. Non-Fiction also features fun animal family portrait prints (because they are indeed a part of the family) and illustrations of uniquely Australian fauna that are worth checking out.

You can find Non-Fiction at stockists online and across Australia and please check out indie art & design for more cool Australian talent.

Image: Non-Fiction

4 comments:

  1. Hi Steph,
    Thanks for leaving lovely message on my blog. I've found green picture on www.toastandtables.blogspot.com and its sourced from Martha Stewart wedding and country living.
    Have a great sunday.
    V

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  2. Hi Steph - I'm so pleased to have found your gorgeous blog! Thanks so much for featuring our Wind Turbine tee :) I thought you might like to know Kids in Berlin will have these tees at the Melbourne Design Festival this weekend (Sun 30th Nov) & we're sending down some postcards featuring the same design for them to give away.

    Carolyn xx

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  3. Thanks for stopping by Viera, and thank you also for the info on the lovely green image.

    Thanks also Carolyn for the info on where to find the shirts this weekend. My friends at from the Hepburn Wind community wind farm in Victoria have already put in an order!

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  4. love this. My husband has a similar t, bought on Etsy a while back. He has been working on wind turbines for a couple of years now here in Aust. Vic, ACT, SA. they are magical things to see.

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