The Sunday Best

Fruity Furoshiki Wrap by Dawn Tan
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Fruity Furoshiki Wrap by Dawn Tan
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I am loving the recent work of Melbourne based watercolour artist Dawn Tan. These Fruity Furoshiki wraps are a fun, one of a kind way for wrapping presents. They are available in two sizes, mini and large and come in many vibrant fruit patterns. I really can’t pick a favourite – I think they are all pretty awesome!

To find more about Dawn’s gorgeous wraps check out her site here.

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Bare Bottle is a genius idea – a collaboration between winemakers and designers to create an awesome one of a kind bottle of wine. Very cool.

Wines and designs above by - Don Clark (designer) + Aaron Pott (wine maker)
and Erik Marinovich (designer) + Helen Keplinger (wine maker)

Read more about both collaborations here.

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At the end of June I spent a lovely warm sunny day in Sydney thanks to Toshiba to see Japanese artist Tomokazu Matsuyama for Made in 17 hours at Museum of Contemporary ArtFrom Japan to Sydney Tomokazu succesfully created 5 vibrant pieces of art all from an unplugged Toshiba notebook. It was impressive to see what Tomokazu produced in that time. See below a little video of Tomokazu journey from Tokyo to Sydney.

It was so nice to be in Sydney to catch up with friends, soak up some sunshine and stroll around to discover some of the city’s street art.

Noted artworks above: Bird cages in Angel lane - Forgotten Songs by Michael Thomas Hill and Portrait of Jack Mundey by Alexandre Farto aka VHILS

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June: Winter well and truly arrived in the first week with a chilly week of 13 degrees. So we did what was natural and found an open fire at Reunion & Co in Richmond and planned holiday to get out of here   |   We warmed our feet in the sun and warmed our bellies with Apple crumble  |   A sunny day spent checking out The Refugee  |   Watching the people traffic (and the footy) at Etihad Stadium  |   Loving the luminous night sky on the way home from work   |   Breaking in my first ever pair of cons   |  And a quick trip to warm sunny Sydney to see Japanese artist Tomokazu Matsuyama at MCA create an entire exhibition from a laptop for Toshiba’s Made in 17 hours.

Follow my adventures: @_thesundaybest_

 

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This drool worthy Instragram by recipe developer, food stylist and photographer Renée Kemps is filled with deliciousness that will make your mouth water and your belly rumble. It was no surprise that Renée Kemps is the recent winner of the 2015 Saveur Blog Awards for Best Food Photography.

Follow Renée on Instagram here and check out her beautiful website here

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