Tuesday, 3 September 2013
Hello all, did you have a good weekend? It looks like spring has sprung in Melbourne, and we're having some gorgeous weather here, so we've been out making the most of it. Hooray! Today I wanted to share an exciting Australian venture with you called the Club of Odd Volumes. Based in Melbourne, The Club of Odd Volumes is a digital direct-to-garment printing operation that offers a range of in-house designed homewares and garments as well as a custom-printing service.
Sarah and Matt, the team behind the Club of Odd Volumes, seek to work with local and independent artists, helping them to create uniquely designed product ranges that are achievable and affordable, and to that end they print on things like pillow cases, cushion covers, tea towels, clothing and tote bags. Illustrators, designers, photographers, etc. can also join the club and have their wares printed and available for purchase in the Club of Odd Volumes online shop.
As you can see, there are some really great designs available, and a lot I haven't seen elsewhere, which is really refreshing. For more information on printing and selling your wares, or to check out the range of ready-made products, visit the Club of Odd Volumes website.