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We’ve touched based a few times with Willie Weston co-founders Jessica Booth and Laetitia Prunetti since they launched their business to work with Indigenous owned and operated art centres in remote communities across Australia and in turn; transform their work into modern, high quality textiles and product. Using the Rosie Ngwarraye Morton’s Sugarbag Dreaming fabric design, they have combined forces with Australian design champion; Koskela to produce these beautiful limited edition bean bags. Support some local down under design that spans from maker to producer by exploring online here. Explore more of the

I first introduced you to the interesting and beautiful world of Willie Weston last year. Co-founders Jessica Booth and Laetitia Prunetti have created a vehicle to work with Indigenous owned and operated art centres in remote communities across Australia and in turn; transform their work into modern, high quality textiles and product. Revisit that original post here.  They have now presented their follow up collection and I’ve got to say….have completely backed up and boosted their exciting design led project and its ethos. The  Ampilatwatja Collection presents the work of Artists

Willie Weston is just about to cause some seriously positive ripples in the down under design scene! The brainchild of Jessica Booth and Laetitia Prunetti, two young women who are highly experienced and educated in the arts – Willie Weston is a business focused on combining art, form and function at a new level. The debut collection of indoor/outdoor furniture and accessories features fabric printed with the work of Australian indigenous artists Jean Baptiste Apuatimi and Osmond Kantilla. I love how subtle the prints are and the fresh clean lines of the furniture –

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