Gabrielle Mordy, CEO and artistic director at Studio A in Crows Nest, says, “Studio A’s limited edition range of totes features original designs produced by our collective of artists. When you buy artwork and design products from Studio A, you employ an artist with intellectual disability and ensure Australia’s cultural life includes truly diverse voices.” ‘Koala’, ‘Don’t be Cocky’ by Emily Crockford and ‘Helo Sunshine’ by Damian Showyin.
When you’re having the best holiday ever it’s nice to take home a reminder of your time in the sun, but if you’re only here for a short time it can be hard to find souvenirs that have been made ethically. We’ve asked ten Sydney store owners, market curators and producers to give us their recommendations for ethical souvenirs crafted right here in Sydney, or items made elsewhere in Australia with traceable financial benefits going back to those communities.
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