Supermarket / Alpha 60 - Navy Scarf

Alpha 60

“Alpha60 is delighted to join with Craft for the end of year Supermarket exhibition of Australian design. Continuing the label’s exploration of abstraction in print making, Alpha60 have produced a distinctive print for the exhibition based on an eclectic vision of the Australian landscape – as much evening thunderstorm as parched river bed. The print was made using a folding technique where fabric was bunched, haphazardly swathed in paint, then unfolded to reveal a disordered visage. The print is featured on a dress and a scarf, and will be complemented by a necklace of woven leather. Each piece is exclusive to Craft’s Supermarket exhibition.”

Exploring the phenomenon of markets and production ware, Supermarket transformed the gallery into a marketplace of limited edition works exclusive to Craft from a select group of Melbourne makers and designers.

Curated by Debbie Pryor a selection of artists were invited to create exclusive ranges as an extension of products in the retail store or reinvention of exhibition concepts. This collection of works created a distinct Australian representation of some of our most popular and engaging makers.

Featuring new works by Kirsten Perry, Anna Davern + Lucy James, Emily Green, Arts Project Australia, Lara Davies + Jess Wright and introducing an exciting new relationship with Melbourne icons Alpha 60.

For more information on the Supermarket exhibition please visit our website here.


Materials: cotton

Dimensions: length approximately 160cm, width 40cm

Limited Edition

Care instructions: separate, cool hand wash with mild detergent. Dry flat in shade, iron on reverse side. 

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