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  • Seed pod paintwork of Chelsea Baker-artist interview
  • Botanist and artist Chris van Niekerk- intricate insect constructions
  • Illustrating activist Brenna Quinlan- eco truths
  • Vintage caravans- style and adventure
  • Steampunk– the nuts and bolts cover shoot
  • Interior wall spaces- creative ideas
  • Colourful bathrooms- focus feature
  • Kait James artist- punch needling, tea towels and Australian cultural history
  • Love of pears- yummy pear and chocolate cake recipe.

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re:think issue 24

Seed pod paintwork of Chelsea Baker-artist interview · Botanist and artist Chris van Niekerk- intricate insect constructions · illustrating activist Brenna Quinlan- eco truths · Vintage caravans- style and adventure · Steampunk– the nuts and bolts cover shoot · Interior wall spaces- creative ideas · Colourful bathrooms- focus feature · Kait James artist- punch needling, tea towels and Australian cultural history · Love of pears- yummy pear and chocolate cake recipe.

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