Interview: Frith Hucks of Bay & Fyfe

A "can-do Kiwi" packs her collaborative scarf collection with artist Daimon Downey's Pastel Zoo

by Vivianne Lapointe Proving that collectibles can be properly showcased beyond the wall or a shelf, Bay & Fyfe founder Frith Hucks is dedicated to creating beautifully finished and wearable art. The Sydney-based concept label first caught our eye with its dusty pink, orange and plum silk scarf featuring a quirky flamingo designed by Australian artist Daimon Downey. We had a chance to sit down …

The Ride Gallery

Art inspired by surf culture finds a home online

There seems to be no shortage of interest in surf culture recently. While not all of us are gifted with natural surfing ability, the draw to the sport’s free-spirited culture never seems to fade. For both legit surfers and casual enthusiasts looking to land a piece of art inspired by the board world there is The Ride Gallery, an online platform celebrating surf culture through …

Burgerac + Rob Flowers Tray

A melamine ode to McDonald's from two of London's creative burger aficionados

Burger lovers and illustration aficionados alike will delight in the latest collectible from London’s infamous burger detective, Burgerac. Part of the his ongoing burger art collaboration series, which started in 2011 with the Burgermat Show, Burgerac’s new tray features a design by artist and fellow burger enthusiast, Rob Flowers. Originally created as a print for the Burgermat Show, Flower’s illustration features a spectacular cartoon tribute …