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Kea Limited Edition Art Print

Considered to be the world’s only alpine variety and endemic to New Zealand’s South Island, the Kea sports a kaleidoscope of green and scarlet that dances radiantly against the contrasting outline of feathers. Its grey-black beak long and gracefully curved, the Kea gazes with playful curiosity at everyone who admires it.

Eucalyptus Bloom II Limited Edition art print

Bring the Australian outdoors into your home with this beautifully delicate and vibrant art print.

Tui Limited Edition art print

The Tui may be a common sight in New Zealand, but it’s boisterous plumage of smoky greens, blues and purples is anything but. It’s reddish brown upper back and flanks give off a beautiful bronze, while the nape features filamentous white feathers, with a spray of unusual curled tufts on the throat.

THE LOVE OF NATURE

A versatile artist working in traditional and digital media, Lamai Anne has been practising and challenging her artistic curiosity for much of her life.

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Lamai Anne x Ashdene, just in time for Christmas

Lamai Anne x Ashdene, just in time for Christmas

Lamai Anne has teamed up with Ashdene to bring us the new Native Grace range. From kitchen towels to mugs and plates, the gorgeous range feature Lamai’s signature artworks.

December 16, 2019 — Milena Tsitovitch
Copyright in fabrics

Copyright in fabrics

A recent Federal Court case examined the breach of copyright in fabric designs (in the case, the design being applied to quilt covers and pillow cases).  The Dempsey Group Pty Ltd(“Dempsey”), originally designed three unique fabric patterns, and hence owned copyright in those patterns.  
November 07, 2019 — Lamai Anne
Quinby the quoll: Lamai’s latest print aims to bring back a threatened marsupial

Quinby the quoll: Lamai’s latest print aims to bring back a threatened marsupial

It’s no secret that Australian flora and fauna is unique. Yet in the last 200 years over 130 of native species have become extinct. Rewilding Australia is on a mission to recover some of the precious nature that makes Australia so unique - starting with the eastern spotted quoll.

October 02, 2019 — Milena Tsitovitch

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