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  • To Inspire And Get Inspired - Jane Ziemons

    To Inspire And Get Inspired - Jane Ziemons
    Who is Jane Ziemons? I guess that depends on which day you ask me! My bio says I am a Scottish-born Australian interdisciplinary artist, designer, and educator with an arts practice that encompasses the development of narrative textile collections, traditional printmaking techniques, and installation works. The reality of course is far more nuanced, filled with a roller coaster ride of searching, questioning, living, and learning. 
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  • Game Changer Collection

    Game Changer Collection
    ‘Game Changer’ was inspired by vintage Parcheesi board games. Their bright colours and bold lines captured the playful and nostalgic visual that we wanted to replicate in our spring collection. 
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  • To Inspire And Get Inspired - Isabella Yong creative behind The Atelierista of Love

    To Inspire And Get Inspired - Isabella Yong creative behind The Atelierista of Love

    I met Isabella when she started her small business making polymer clay earrings. Looking for platform to sell her creations, she chose our Collab store at the Fremantle markets. One of the reasons I started Collab was to create a retail platform for emerging local creatives but what brings me most joy is for all of us to explore possible collaborations so we can all challenge ourselves and create something bigger. So, as Isabella loves to play with colours and prints , it only seemed natural that I would ask her to design coordinating accessories for our Game Changer collection. Her energy, enthusiasm and commitment to the task have been so inspiring and I am so excited for all of you to get to know Isabella and our Collab collection.

    Welcome to the ANJELMS family Isabella.

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  • To Inspire And Get Inspired - Ben Bhullar

    To Inspire And Get Inspired - Ben Bhullar

    Over the last decade,  each of the visit of my loyal Anjelms supporter and friend Ai-chng would bring lengthy conversations about guiding our children into adulthood and their  chosen career path. 

    This is how I met Ben, Ai-Chng's son. From challenging him one day to spontaneously do a photo assignment in his early photographic student days to him picking a pile of garments himself this year to work with on his graduation project. I have been astounded by his evolution in subject matter, composition and the confidence that emulates from each shot.

    Today, I thought it was time to introduce you to his world of creativity.

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