To see and do & Art and Design

'My Happy Place' Exhibition

We are very excited to launch 'My Happy Place', an exhibition to support the very important work of the Dandelion Support Network. We have been working with 22 amazing artists from around the world to create 22 original pieces of art. Each artist has created a piece based on the theme of "My Happy Place", which will be unveiled at the Sydney One Fine Baby show from November 14-15. The prints will be available for sale at the exhibition and online via The Gathered Store from that date, with all sale proceeds going to this important charity. Over the next three weeks we will be sharing each of the amazing artists with you along with the beautiful artworks that they have created for this very special cause. LG x

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Pod Play

Designing children’s playgrounds would have to be up there with one of the most awesome jobs we could ever imagine doing. Right up there with writing a script for a crazy kid’s TV show and manning the fairy floss machine at the local fair… mmm fairy floss...

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To See & Do - 'Falling Back to Earth'

'Falling back to earth' is an incredible new exhibition from world renowned artist Cai Guo-Qiang now showing at Brisbane's GOMA. Cai Guo-Qiang's large-scale installations and explosion events have made him one of the most innovative figures in contemporary art and during his career he has held exhibitions at some of the worlds most prestigious art institutions. This is the artist's first solo show in Australia making this a truly must see event. The exhibition runs through till the 11th May 2014. You can find out more about the exhibition on GOMA's website.

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To Do - Nishi Rokugo Park

The homemade tree swing has been about as exciting as it gets when it comes to rubber tyres. Until now… This extraordinary children’s park in Tokyo contains a whopping 3,000 old vehicle tyres cleverly constructed into fabulous bridges, tunnels, mountains, slippery slides, a gigantic Godzilla dragon and our favourite, the towering rubber robot....

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