The 'For Her' range includes beautiful products for the discerning woman. Scarves, hats, handbags, jewellery, accessories, Jewellery and homewares are just a few of the items that can be purchased in store and online.
The product range is curated by Mary Long with a focus on locally made sustainable gifts. Much of the product is made locally by Melbourne designers and manufactured here in Australia. Alongside the smaller bespoke designers, Post Industrial Design stocks a range of popular brands such as Nancy Bird, Christine Battachio, Miranda Murphy and Have you met Miss Jones.
If you are looking for lovely gifts for women look no further than Post Industrial Design.
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Hand crafted in Melbourne by Christine Battocchio, this Flame coloured Hexagon ring mixes old school crafting with a contemporary design.
Hand crafted in silver and resign - no two rings are the same. This ring pictured fits sizing "s" 6.7 cm in diameter. If this ring is not to your size we can always have one custom made to fit you perfectly. Please allow 4 weeks for turn around for custom pieces. Slight variation in colour should be expected as they are hand made and no two are exactly the same. We think this is what makes them special.
Christine Battocchio is based in Yackandandah a small town in Victoria where she has set up studio. She continues to create timeless pieces using an old craft.
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.