Posts Tagged: design

L’Art De La Fibre

“All true artists, whether they know it or not, create from a place of no-mind, from inner stillness.” ― Eckhart Tolle Gjertrud Hals is a gifted fiber artist that was born in 1948 on an island called Finnøya in Norway. This little island is profoundly anchored in Gjertrud’s heart, and her relationship with the region’s… Read more »

Objects Of Devotion

The word mandala is a Sanskrit (मण्डल) term that means circle. A circle also denotes balance, perfection and eternity as the distance from its centre to all points remains the same – from wherever it is measured. Therefore the circular design of mandalas symbolises the beautiful notion that life is never ending. However, the meaning of… Read more »

Edith Rewa’s Natural World

Super excited to welcome a brilliant young Aussie artist/botanist to our humble blog today. Edith Rewa Barrett lives in a natural world where textile design, illustration, silk scarves and art prints are her daily jam. Edith is a stirred by all things botanical and Australian, so it’s no coincidence that she lives in the Blue… Read more »

Amazing Annie

Hello there world! Some very exciting times are upon us here at Think Positive – we’ve got a bunch of great new content coming up to inspire and excite you. But one thing at a time, we don’t want to give all of our sparkly secrets away at once. Sooooo, (drumroll)… Today is the T+… Read more »


Recognise these faces? It is strange to think that peoples faces can be recognised in the formations of only a few lines. Craig & Karl are an Australian design duo, with one half living in New York and the other half living in Sydney. Last year they exhibited, in both New York and Milan, a… Read more »