Thursday, December 15, 2011


EXTENDED CHRISTMAS TRADING HOURS: Pigeon Ground will be open every day until Christmas from the 15th of December until Christmas Eve. So aside from our regular Thursday to Sunday hours, we'll also be open Monday the 19th, Tuesday the 20th and Wednesday the 21st from 11am to 6pm.

GIFT VOUCHERS: Our vouchers could be a handy solution for that special someone whose taste you can't comprehend. You can get one in any denomination.

CHRISTMAS/NEW YEAR BREAK: We will be closed over the Christmas, New Year period from the 25th of December until the 11th of January.

Thanks for spending your money with us this year. Hopefully you'll like doing it again next year when we
re-open on Thursday the 12th of January, 2012. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Secret Squirrel Sale Night

Come and join us next Wednesday night for a glass of champagne while you pick out the perfect Christmas outfit.

Enjoy 30% to 50% off Secret Squirrel's current Botanica collection.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

The Vamoose!

Check out these gorgeous pieces and so many more by The Vamoose in store at Pigeon Ground now!

The Vamoose is a one-woman operation created by the very talented Kathryn Blackmore. Designed and handmade in the UK, the Vamoose' pieces are inspired by natural history, a growing collection of vintage finds and an exploration of traditional crafts and modern influences.

Monday, September 19, 2011

Sunday, September 18, 2011

PG Window

Another beautiful Secret Squirrel window featuring all the latest styles to drop instore.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Saturday, August 20, 2011

elke kramer: designer profile

SS: Elke, what's the best part of your job?

EK: the best part of my job is being around creative people and getting really inspired and motivated by seeing what they do. I also love having days where we can be in different places and doing different things and not being stuck at the same desk.

SS: what are you working on at the moment?

EK: currently I'm working on my Autumn/Winter range, finishing that up which is a really amazing new range. It's kind of devoid of colour it's all about texture and tone and introduces all new materials like cork and cement, pumice stone and horn so it's quite an interesting one. We're also doing a Christmas best seller, bringing back all the most popular pieces of the past range.

SS: what is on high rotation musically in your studio at the moment?

EK: Well Mikey, who is our studio music magician is usually in charge of music and he plays a range of soul, blues and also some eclectic world music. But I've been obsessed with the song Calgary by Bon Iver and I like to put just that song on repeat and drive everyone in the studio nuts.

SS: what did you enjoy most about collaborating with ss?

EK: I really liked the way that the brief was so loose. I tend to get so many prints that are really, really easy to do where people spoon feed me, you know they show me exactly what they want and I just do a new, different version of it. Where as with SS the brief was so open that we came up with something that I'd never seen before and I never imagined that I would do or that we could do it together.

SS: where do you look for inspiration?

EK: I love looking outside of jewellery, so looking at homes and the colours and textures and patterns of different eras of interior design. I like different movements of art and even film and the stories, the energy and spirit that you find in films.

SS: what is your favourite piece from our Botanica collection?

EK: my favourite piece is the foxglove dress. I love it in both colours. The black is so grown up and ladylike, but obviously i love the floral print too. I love it all!

SS: how would you describe your personal style?

EK: my personal style is very maximal! I tend to overdo things and incorporate way too many details and prints. I'm trying to refine it and go for a little bit more of a grown up look. I'm trying to colour block at the moment so lots of solid colours - but thats just a new little personal challenge.

Friday, August 12, 2011

Shannon Rankin

I recently purchased a print by American artist Shannon Rankin called The Universe Within – cool name huh? It's a hand embroidered archival print of a rare vintage star map in the form of an anatomical heart, with red thread radiating from the North Star-it's beautiful!

My print arrived today and I thought I would celebrate my purchase with a post about Shannon's amazing talent. She has the the most incredible back catalogue of beautiful, intricate work- well worth a browse through if you need a break from work.
I started collecting images to post here and ended up with a huge folder full!
Here are some favourites.

I wish we could get some in for the shop. Stay tuned for more info.

See more of Shannon's work here and purchase through her etsy store here.

Monday, July 25, 2011

Alison Scarpulla

Alison Scarpulla is an amazing photographer.
Her photos are dreamy, magical and just a little bit eerie. I think they look like photographs of all the halloween stories you were told as a kid... which is pretty great.
You can check out more of here work here

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Elana Herzog

Amazing stapled, shredded artwork by New York based installation artist and sculptor Elana Herzog.

Read more about her here
See more of her work here

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Milk From A Thistle

We are excited to announce that we now have these pieces (plus more) from the new 'Milk From a Thistle' collection in store now!


New Something Else is in store now! Here are a couple of the pieces we have new in store...