Thursday, August 28, 2008

Foxy Lady

We are excited to announce the latest labels to be added to Pigeon Ground's fashion section are Natalie Wood's Something & Something Else. If you've lived in a box for the last few years and don't know of this local girl's amazing designs come in a check them out for yourself. 
We fell in love with beautiful fox tee and couldn't resist. 

LOVE Designs

We instantly fell for Melbourne accessories label Love by Geneine Honey. How can you not when there are vintage boys & girls, mushrooms, bikes and the cutest donkey you have ever seen.

Small Rhino Brooches

Back by popular demand is Tasmanian accessories label Small Rhino. Their range features beautiful wooden brooches cut into art deco birds, hand painted with high gloss enamel. They are sure to make any outfit look super duper.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Street & Fruits Magazine

Just landed in the hallowed confines of Pigeon Ground is Streets Magazine. This great mag documents street fashion as it happens not on a catwalk but on real people going about their everyday festivities and is the ultimate 'people watcher'. London is documented in this latest edition.

And we also have copies of the latest Fruits mag too. This iconic street fashion mag highlights the forever beautiful world of the clothing obsessed men & women of Japan and is just amazing!

Thursday, August 7, 2008

We are part of Sydney Design Festival

Sydney Design Festival runs from 7-24 August and Pigeon Ground is proud to be involved in the 'There's a Hole in my Bucket' project.
The Project
100 bright yellow buckets will be introduced into the Sydney landscape, each of them rendered useless by a hole cut into their bottom. Since the buckets are no longer able to carry water and undertake their functional purpose, they will be used to signpost examples of design that in the photographers opinion, are flawed or counter-productive in some way.

There is no restriction on the content of the photographs, the only condition is that they must contain a bright yellow bucket with the identification number visible.
For inspiration check out -

The images wil be uploaded daily and a closing party on Mon 25th August will celebrate the project and award prizes for the most thought provoking and ingenious submissions.

So come in, grab a bucket at start shooting from the hip and highlight something that frustrates you about Sydney and the designed environment we live in. 

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Look at Me!

Our record cover inspired August window has a distinct 'Look at me' vibe celebrating the album cover portrait. If you can name all the faces you are one smart cookie indeed.