Art & Design
Posted by Danae Flanagan
24. Apr, 2014
With their first rotation of participants including some well-known and emerging artists, online-based digital-print store The Club of Odd Volumes are hoping you will be just as excited as they are with their latest collaborations.
Over twenty artists representing typography, illustration, photography and fine arts are working with the Collingwood-based studio to produce crafty collaborations. Blink & you’ll miss Jasmine Dowling’s pillow art, Sean Morris teaming up with Maddie Young, and works from Auf Weidersehen, Hollie Martin, Megan McKean, Danielle Lalonde, Amy Blue Illustrations just to name a few.
The Odd Collective provides an affordable option for art lovers without compromising on quality or short-changing the artist, while offering free shipping within Australia.
Bookmark & follow The Odd Collective to keep up with the latest local creations and help support our local artists.
To find out more visit theclubofoddvolumes.com.
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