Sydney’s Big Design Market Is Back

Sydney’s Big Design Market Is Back

From luxurious fashion accessories to exquisite ceramic ware, The Big Design Market, will be back in Sydney with more than 200 designers at Sydney’s Royal Hall of Industries from December 7-9, 2018. The new edition will showcase the work of more than 200 independent design brands and makers.

“With a distinct theme of sustainability in this year’s line-up, The Big Design Market hosts brands that are making a difference with stylish reusable wares. From the likes of Beetbox who design lunch boxes whose ethos of ‘…making it yourself is good for your health, the environment and your wallet’ really strikes a chord, to Honeybee Wrap who finally forgo pointless cling wrap, long-time favorite Bridget Bodenham with her gorgeous ceramic travel cups and tableware, Simple Dimple’s practical and beautiful produce bags and more,” states the press release.

“The 2018 stall holder line-up includes a carefully curated assembly of the best local creative talent, with many new additions including jewelry brand Kitsu, ceramicist Shuh Lee and indigenous social enterprise Bush Medijina, as well as independent publishers The School of Life. Homewares, fashion, beauty care products, furniture, stationery, tech items and kids’ products are just some of the designer goods that visitors to The Big Design Market can expect to discover,” adds the press release.

Director Simon Obarzanek said: “We love bringing creative products to new audiences and working with artists to create something special each year. The event provides a dynamic platform for independent design brands to launch their new product ranges to a discerning and responsive audience who look for excellent design, cutting-edge innovation, and eco-conscious practices.”

This year, the market collection is inspired by the highlights of the previous years that showcased works by guest artists Pete Cromer in 2017 and Benja Harney in 2016, this year the artwork of award-winning artist and author/illustrator of numerous children’s books, Marc Martin, will be featured in an awe-inspiring installation. Be prepared that a gigantic flock of large-scale birds will hover overhead among the stalls in the Royal Hall of Industries.

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Founder: Louise Blouin  


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