Two Little Banshees on indie art & design

Two Little Banshees offers us a collection of strange and wonderful creatures as well as gorgeous bags, all handmade by designer Kate Henderson who is based in Bridgetown, Western Australia.
Two Little Banshees is named after her twins who seemed to be nicknamed that before they were even born. They are also the inspiration for Kate's gorgeous softies. Much of her work is very child and baby friendly. She doesn't use buttons on her toys and all pieces are securely sewn. (She recommends children under 3 be supervised when playing with her toys.)
Kate has had her soft toy patterns appear in the books 'Softies' and 'More Softies' (published by Penguin Australia) and The Australian Women's Weekly.

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Indie art & design is the digital baby of graphic design duo Carolyn & Martin (who are now also mum & dad to adorable Liam and Camille). Since 2006, we have showcased the work of Australian independent artists & designers on our blog, and we stock a large variety of beautiful and unique products in our online store.

We take a great deal of care with your orders, and have many return customers who love our range and service. We specialise in art and illustration (now including the work of the talented Amy Borrell and Dan Adams), and unique handmade pieces such as porcelain jewellery and objects by Irene Grishin Selzer of Iggy and Lou Lou... We have aso recently expanded our range of clever and thoughtful kids' products - from the ever-popular B&W Baby Mobile to exquisite clothing by Knuffle Kid, and delightful soft books and toys from Growing World.

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indie art & design is a web site dedicated to promoting independent designers, artists and labels from Australia.

The blog showcases Australian products from all over, boutiques that stock them and indie related exhibitions and events.

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