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Finders Keepers

June 28, 2010

I visited the Brisbane Finders Keepers market yesterday, which I have to say, has the most professional and beautiful hand made products you could want to pass on as gifts to family and friends and keep a few for yourself!

The mood was set from the moment I walked through the front door of the historical Old Museum building in Bowen Hills with the sounds of an old phonograph playing blues from the 20’s and 30’s, complete with meloncholic ‘needle on vinyl’ scratches and hiccups. The presentation of the stalls was just lovely too, with so much care taken by stall holders to captivate their customers through displays that let the stories behind their products speak loudly and stand tall.

It’s got me thinking about a range of prints that I’m developing in conjunction with the Botanica (working title) project that could find a very happy home at one of the Finders Keepers’ market days!

Meanwhile, visit the Finders Keepers website for details about the next market days in Sydney and Brisbane.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. June 29, 2010 8:20 AM

    I would most definitely pop by to visit a KT Doyle stall on market day!

  2. July 8, 2010 4:25 PM

    It was great to see you KT! Sorry we didn’t get much of a chance to chat… The markets were kinda crazy! Your Botanica range is looking stunning.

    • July 8, 2010 6:24 PM

      It was great to see you too Kim! The Udessi store looked amazing, no wonder you were flat out! For those of you who didn’t make it along to the winter Finders Keepers, I’m sure Kim and Udessi will be back there for the pre-Xmas markets. Meanwhile, check out there wonderful work online!

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