‘Oh, hello’, the collection of ‘humanimal’ brooches by Sistha Halim allows you to release your inner animal in the most creative of ways. The humanistic animal designs bring to mind the drawings of the Art Spiegelman.
‘Cute and quirky’ is how Sistha describes her range, and we can’t help but agree with her. Sistha draws her inspiration from vintage markets, trips to the zoo and nature, as well as style icons such as Zooey Deschanel and Florence Welch. Happy to work with most materials, Sistha is most excited when she comes across unusual or vintage buttons.
‘Oh, hello’ will be the welcome cry of Sistha on the 21st of April when she takes part in this year’s KickstART Youth Markets. So come along and you might find yourself taking home a little animal friend.
At 24 years old, Kristina Grech is the creator of the Silhouette Workshop and is one of many fantastic young artists who will be featuring their wares at the KickstART Youth Markets.
Selling an array of vintage and handmade items including ceramic tiered cake stands, tea cup soy candles, homemade preserves, accessories, aprons and cushions, Kristina is a great believer in turning other people’s trash into her own treasures. She loves the mystery behind each object’s past. Inspired by her creative father, Kristina spends her free time rummaging through second hand shops, looking for all things colourful, vintage and unusual.
You can check out Kristina’s awesome finds and handmade goodies for sale at the KickstART Youth Markets on April 21st in the Perth Cultural Centre.