We had a chat to Amy Crow about the impetus behind her new designs, using screen printing as an artistic medium and why everybody is loving FUTURE=FEMALE.
When you think of the typical activities of a brewery or alcohol company, investing in art, culture and sustainability probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. But that’s exactly what Stone & Wood are doing with their latest initiative; The Byron Bay Bike Rack Project.
We had a chat to the creators of Tiny House Company about their 18 square metre home that combines immaculate design and minimised environmental impact.
Welcome to the Daydream, The Vallentine Project’s new line, is reminiscent of warm summer days, good books and sleepy daydreams. Yes please.
We had a chat to Chela Edmunds from Guild of Objects about running a small business and the expulsive and magnetic appeal of being an artist.
As a homage to Australia’s native flora and fauna, Alice Nightingale has released a new mini-collection today with pieces inspired by wombats, wattle and koalas.
We caught up with Mia Parcell, the creative mind behind lumedécor, to have chat about her bright geometric designs and how to turn a project into a business.
We had a chat to Brisbane based fashion designer and crafting extraordinary, Alice Nightingale, and took a look inside her lovely creative space in Brisbane.
We caught up with Andy Matsinos, one of the creative minds behind Made by Flint, to chat about inspiration, collaboration and concrete.
We had a chat to Oliver Burscough the Director of Woodsters, a Brisbane based carpentry company dedicated to producing clean, simple and functional designs.
Limb is an emerging fashion label out of Melbourne that is dedicated to slowing down the pace of fashion.
mous magazine had a chat with Sydney-based ceramic artist Milly Dent who creates tableware that is as beautiful as it is functional.
mous chats to Matty and JoJo Smith, the founders of unique Brisbane-based furniture design practice Smith and Others,
If you’re a lover of simple yet elegant, earthy design, then look no further than Brisbane’s ANTLER and MOSS.
"Taking the ‘double date’ concept to the next level, two couples fused their passion for creativity and functionality in the form of timepieces; AÃRK was thus born in a whirlwind of minimalist quirkiness."
mous checks out the new bed linen range from Melbourne duo Hunting For George.
We chat with acclaimed architect, furniture designer and creative director, Keiji Ashizawa.
What is modern Scandinavian design? It’s all wood, white and minimalism right? Well, the 2015 collection from up-and-coming Copenhagen design house Frama seems to suggest otherwise.
Spanish designers Jacabo Salvador and Maria Rosenfeldt are unashamedly inspired by all things fake and horrible but you wouldn't guess it from looking at their latest collection.
Douglas & Bec are a family run furniture design business based in New Zealand, with a shiny new store in Collingwood, Melbourne.
mous. attends the Stockholm Furniture Fair, and here are our top five picks.
Emily King made the move from Hawaii to Melbourne on a quest to design swimwear that captures her unique style of rebellion and femininity.
West 57th is a residential/commercial tetrahedron designed by architects Bjarke Ingels Group, and we think it's some pretty sexy architecture.
With sleek, minimalist design reminiscent of Hans Wegner furniture, it is no wonder that Barnaby Lane has become a talking point in Melbourne. We had chat with Barnaby Lane designer Rae Maxwell.
mous. magazine takes a look inside the Pop & Scott workshop with Co-founder Poppy Lane.
Check out how the boys from award-winning furniture studio Y.S Collective, are transforming the design industry in New Zealand with their new brand Think & Shift.
"The adaptable series of chairs, tables and storage each have timeless and enduring qualities that are equally suited to blending in or standing out..."
We catch up with Monique Plunkett ,the founder and designer of Staghorn to chat about all things superbum.
We had a chat with Kathryn Tyrrell, the founder of The Goodnight Society about their range of ethically sourced, quirky pyjamas.
Originality is hard to come by, which is why it is hard to look past Em and Ivan of Tread and Pedals, who craft all of their pieces from old bicycle parts.