Adelaide ceramicist Ayesha Aggarwal has moved into wearable art, releasing a line of ceramic jewellery with designs that mimic her plant-life-inspired pots and vases.
Afternoons spent mucking around with discarded wine barrels in the backyard shed inspired a father and daughter team from the Barossa to launch an innovative homewares business with a twist.
For Gunditjmara and Torres Strait Islander artist Lisa Waup, this weekend’s Tarnanthi Art Fair is an opportunity to showcase a new-found connection to family and culture.
Inspired by architecture and the ‘weirder’ impulses of Couture+Love+Madness designer Cristina Tridente, new label Tridente is making its debut at the Adelaide Fashion Festival.
Adelaide Modern at the JamFactory will be an all-star showcase of past, present and future furniture design inspired by the modernist style of the mid-20th-century.
The Adelaide Central Market, with the help of Crafty Design, is harking back to its earliest days with the handcrafted Federal Hall signage on the Grote Street façade – but recreating history has its challenges.