Third Drawer Down
What started as a sculpture (Swan, 2000) and went viral as an inflatable pool float is now available as a stress relief squeezy swan thingy.... it fits perfectly into the hand, clench tightly and all your worries will float away, you'll be friends forever.
From Nirvana and Seinfeld to The Spice Girls and Super Nintendo, this 200-card That's So 90s Quiz pack covers it all. With 1000 questions to test your knowledge, it is the ultimate challenge for every fan of the 1990s.
This Trivia game is a must for your next Game Night with your besties.
Get your favourite 80s throwback feeling with this hilarious and nostalgic quiz game. Featuring over 1000 1980s themed questions, this game is a fantastic trip back. With 10 categories to choose from, you're guaranteed a fun-filled trivia night with friends and family.
Test your '80s knowledge with this quiz game that covers everything from the Dukes of Hazzard to gigantic shoulder pads.
The cloud-shaped storm glass with a beechwood base is a beautiful ornament and a traditional way to forecast the weather.
Once used by seafarers to predict oncoming storms, this historical device responds to atmospheric fluctuations to forecast the weather!
Box dimensions: 18cm x 19cm 8cm
Please keep out of the reach of children, this is not a toy. Can be fatal to children if sucked or swallowed.Contains Camphor 20.76/230G. Poison. Flammable.
Post Industrial Design
Post Industrial Design
Westography by Warren Kirk is photographic book that documents images of a vanishing suburbia. Helen Garner eloquently provides a introduction to this amazing documentation of the western suburbs of Melbourne. This book however transcends postcodes. It could be anywhere. It is a snapshot in time. An important historical documentation of Australia's suburban fringes.
"Warren Kirk is drawn to forgotten things, to the old, the neglected, the left behind. He loves a bricked-up corner shop, a crumbling factory whose function is no longer evident, a locked weatherboard cottage so decrepit that it is holding itself above the abyss of collapse." Helen Garner. Westography, images of a forgotten Suburbia
Warren Kirk held his first solo exhibition here at Post Industrial Design in 2012 Documenting his beloved western suburbs Warren Kirk finds beauty in the ordinary. Many of the images that were in the exhibition are now in this beautifully bound hard cover book.
For many living in the Western Suburbs of Melbourne including Footscray, West Footscray, Seddon, Yarraville, Altona and beyond, this is a must have book. Many faces and buildings will be familiar. The gentrification of our suburbs sadly mean these places and people are quickly disappearing.
Westography Images of a vanishing suburbia is a softcover book will 160 pages of full color images. A perfect gift for yourself or a friend.