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Get your street cred with a side of planet points! Our new line of eco-bottles are designed and printed in house so customers can choose between Bondi or standard messaging.
Description: 600ml Stainless Steel • 245mmH x 70mmW • Double wall vacuum for cool and hot drinks • Printed and designed in Australia • Includes artist gift card printed in Australia on recycled card • Eco-friendly • Designed and printed in Australia • Manufactured in China • Print to Order available •
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Streetart Society offers style and eco-conscious consumers giftware with an edge through a new range of planet-friendly art and homewares that boast the colourful works usually only seen on Bondi’s world-famous seawall.
Feeding royalties back to the artists who create the Australian-defining works, Streetart Society is the passion project for graphic designer Leah Albert, a long-time devotee of Australia’s best-known beachside locale.
With the help of her postcode pal Jerome James and his bondigraffiti.com site, Leah started to scratch beneath the surface of local works, discovering the incredible stories behind the street artists who help subvert this suburb’s laid back reputation.
Inspired, she saw potential in bringing the messages and works to a broader audience through a homeware collection with a difference, and heart.
“The ethics behind Streetart Society were important to establish from the outset. And the first artist I signed was Taiya Bukovsky – her incredibly positive energy really shines through her works, which also define our branding.
“Another highlight was signing Mulga’s long standing North Bondi mural. This piece has been a backdrop to the lives of so many people here in Bondi – it’s a true honour to share this with the rest of the world,” said Leah.
Further street artist signings include: Lily Keenan, Jenna Bloom, Rachel Giddens and Charlie Nivision and their pieces adorn artworks, eco bottles, cushions and giftware that embody the colour, energy and creativity found throughout the pavements and sidewalks in Bondi.
“I manufacture locally where possible, use recycled stock with small runs and completely avoid plastic packaging,” says Leah.
“Each piece features an artist message and connects customers to the individual artist profiles. My aim to build enough to become involved in aligned community initiatives and expand it to street art from a range of regions, artists, themes and causes.”
Bondi Sea Wall www.waverley.nsw.gov.au/bondi_beach_sea_wall
STREETART SOCiETY – Campbell Pde, Bondi Beach, NSW 2026
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