StudioFreshAustralia

Recycled Street Banner Bags, Repurposed Street Banners

Sydney, Australia · 10 Sales

StudioFreshAustralia

Recycled Street Banner Bags, Repurposed Street Banners

Sydney, Australia 10 Sales On Etsy since 2012

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Announcement   Street Banner Bags
The perfect recycling solution…we turn banners into bags!

We’re super excited to introduce a whole new avenue of recycling wonder…The Street Banner Bags!…this program ticks so many boxes! Recycle, reuse, repurpose, remade Street Banners... this is a very stylish alternative to landfill!

The bags, apart from being super stylish, are made in Australia,
inexpensive, and versatile.

We’re offering 2 styles of bag, the Classic Tote and the Messenger Bag, all made in Australia, all unique, cut from the banner cloth.

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Last updated on Feb 17, 2016

Street Banner Bags
The perfect recycling solution…we turn banners into bags!

We’re super excited to introduce a whole new avenue of recycling wonder…The Street Banner Bags!…this program ticks so many boxes! Recycle, reuse, repurpose, remade Street Banners... this is a very stylish alternative to landfill!

The bags, apart from being super stylish, are made in Australia,
inexpensive, and versatile.

We’re offering 2 styles of bag, the Classic Tote and the Messenger Bag, all made in Australia, all unique, cut from the banner cloth.

Wendy Paulucci

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Wendy Paulucci

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The Story of Studio Fresh

I started Studio Fresh in 2011 in an attempt to get back to a more creative life.
I had a studio in my 20's, after five years at art school, left it behind when I joined the corporate world, still working in design. The highlight of this new life was definitely the Olympic Games in Sydney 2000, where I personally designed the Volunteer Uniforms and directed the design program for Bonds, a major sponsor for the Games.
I went on to start my own small business, The Fresh Green Bag, supplying reusable shopping bags to businesses large and small, and achieved a certain amount of success, but I was still craving a more creative hands-on world.
My mother always said I could sew before I could walk, I've always loved it. So now I'm using these skills to make beautiful purses, each with a story to tell.
The Great Aunty Range is inspired by a purse my Grandmother gave to me way back when I had that studio in my 20's. I've collected fabrics my entire life, and I was saving these Vintage Crewel fabrics, just waiting for the perfect gift and I think I've found it, now full circle.
The Art Range involves working with Indigenous artists, and is a fantastic project to be in. With permission from the artists, I've designed beautiful fabrics inspired by their printings. I've used a detail from the painting and printed the design on 100% cotton. I then make each purse by hand; cutting, sewing and clasping. The artists are paid a royalty from every sale.
The tea-towels and tote range was designed by son Dylan, and was fabulous project to work on together, I think he did a great job, no bias really!
So thanks for shopping by and taking the time, I hope you enjoy Studio Fresh as much as I do.

Wendy Paulucci.

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  • Wendy Paulucci

    Owner

    I started Studio Fresh in 2011 in an attempt to get back to a more creative life. I am loving hand-making all the beautiful purses and bags. I have been a designer for over 20 years. My hobbies include growing my own organic vegies and walking.

  • Dylan Mighell

    Designer

    Dylan is the son of Wendy and also one of the designers at Studio Fresh. He has a degree in Game Design Animation and also has been an integral part of SF since it's beginnings. His hobbies include gaming, designing and reading.

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Last updated on June 21, 2012

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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards