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What A Show : New Exhibition - Pattern

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New Exhibition - Pattern

What a week! There's been a few exciting things happen, one of which is our latest exhibition! The gallery is so lively and colourful, honestly, we think all the artists involved should be pattern themselves on the back ;)

Here's a few snaps fro the opening night!
Featuring work by Joe Murton, Courtney Goldstein, Zoe Wilhelmina
and Biljana Snjegota.

F R E S H L Y P L A N T E D

Like a fish out of water - but waaay cooler. And cuter!
Seriously though, we're going mermaid crazy here! Come in and check out our range of goodies, you might just find something you can swim away with!

We just had a whole bunch or Harry Potter goodies fly through the door!

From socks to wallets - we even have sorting hat bath bombs! Which house are you in?

S O M E M A G I C T O S W E E T E N T H E D E A L

I N S T A - D A Y U M O F T H E W E E K

Need something to brighten up your flat? Or need to get a gift for a friend? Pick up a print! We have plenty for you to choose from! Including designs by yours truely, and many other local artists.


ENDS


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