Endemicworld invited to attend Supergraph 2015!

Endemicworld has been invited to attend Supergraph 2015! We are stoked to be one of only 6 International art spaces and stores chosen for the event.

Supergraph is Australia’s Contemporary Graphic Art fair celebrating design, print and illustration.

From the 13th -15th of February, emerging talent and award winning artists come together in the fair to showcase their works for a range of budgets, tastes and styles.

Inspired to get stuck into creating art yourself? The fair includes workshops, artist- led masterclasses and family events to get those creative juices flowing.

For us, Supergraph is a chance to proudly show off some sweet local talent to the Aussie design industry. Artists being exhibited at the Endemicworld booth in the International Salon include:

Cinzah SeekayemChloe RubyNatasha VermeulenGlenn JonesWalter HansenToby Morris and Greg Straight.

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images: melbourneartsclub.com


Styled: Bedroom Babes




Here’s a cool, calm collection for your bedroom – inspired by a cute couple of Budgie art prints! (by artist Margaret Petchell)…

Clockwise from top left:

•  Bird-cage style Bell Basket pendant light, from Freedom Furniture.

 His and hers budgies! Wilbur (in blue) circle framed art print, from endemicworld, and
 Percy (in pink) circle art print, framed, from endemicworld.

 Peyton Queen bed, also from Freedom.

•  Two looks for the price of one! Kip & Co reversible duvet cover, available from LETLIV.

 To keep things soft and cozy – this light grey Geo Throw, from Paper Plane.

 We love this woven hemp Zinnia rug by Armadillo & Co, with its subtle natural colouring. The circle shape ties in nicely with our circle art prints, too. Available from Superette.

 Simple, stylish side table from Freedom.

•  Every grown-up bedroom deserves at least one ‘investment’ piece. Ours would be, in this space, the Angle Table Lamp 2.0 by NZ designers Douglas and Bec - comes in lots of amazing colours but we’ve chosen Lesley Blue here, to tie into the blues in our Wilbur and Percy circle art prints.

The coolest contemporary finishing touch are these wall hooks – the iconic Dots from Muuto (perfect for hanging up outfits, jewellery, etc). Available in NZ from Bauhaus.



Print Pairs

It’s a little hard to get back into work after the holidays – but lucky for us, our work includes scouring the internet for stylish, inspiring interior design… it hardly feels like work some days!
To get you through the last days of the working week, we’re serving up another round of Print Pairs for you – some of the most popular endemicworld art prints, paired with the spaces we’d love to see them in!


This styled kids bedroom from a recent issue of InsideOut magazine (endemic fave!) is all kinds of rad.
We’d love to see our Play kids’ art print  - by NZ designer Peppermint Studio – on that white wall, as a fun finishing touch…


Protea art print by NZ’s Cloud Nine Creative. Did you know you can now search our print gallery by colour? Super handy when you’re designing your space to a palette!


We couldn’t resist… pink’s definitely super on-trend right now, and our Claris budgie art print by NZ artist Margaret Petchell also makes a sweet addition to this designer space! (It’s available as a framed or unframed print, but we’d go for a black frame for this room, to tie into the bold black accents of the light, throw and cushion.)


We’re huge fans of the new Ebb photographic print by NZ artist Jenna Smith. It’s both dramatic and calming, and would work so well in a similarly designed space, like this clean, contemporary Scandi living room (LOVE that greyscale geo rug!)


If this is the standard of nurseries these days, we wouldn’t mind going back into nappies! Love that vintage wicker armchair, and the paper origami pendant light too.
To get a similar look at your placem, choose colourful illustrated prints with a quirky, almost-retro vibe. Like this Don’t Worry Be Happy kids art print by NZ designer Kissy Kissy Kids!

Scandi interior with typographic framed art print

There’s no hiding our love for the modern Scandinavian interior aesthetic – think lots of white and soft grey, with punches of graphic black.
(P.S: Those two rugs layered look awesome!) our Aspire to Inspire art print, designed by Jenna Smith for The Block NZ’s Jo & Damo, would look wicked in this space.





New Year, New Look

Ah, January. Our FAVE time of the year! A new diary (blank pages excite us), and a chance to refresh your rooms – to create a new space for the new year ahead.
Here’s a few easy tips to creating a new look for your bedroom, on a budget…


framed art print on black bedroom wall

Black is back! If you’re a little nervous (or budget-conscious) about painting a whole room black, just go for one wall, behind the bed, as they’ve done here. Simple and chic – and it makes any art prints you have on the wall really pop!

interior design

Buying just a few contemporary cushions is a quick way to totally revive your bed linen. Have a few sweet little plants around the house or outside?
Pop one at your bedside to breathe a little more life into the space.

Art Print Picture Ledge in bedroom

See what we mean about the little plant on the bedside? Nice!
Rearrange your art prints around the house – taking from one room and displaying in another, grouping them differently than you have in the past.
These small ledge shelves are perfect for above your bed – display 2 or 3 of your favourite prints and add a small keepsake/memento to break it up.

chair and bed

Speaking of switching things around… try a fave chair as a bedside table instead!

photos as art on wall

Relive your awesome summer hols with a casual-cool collage as art on your bedroom wall. Pick and print a bunch of fave photos, arrange, and pop on the wall with washi tape.
Choose colourful patterned tape or stick with one shade – up to you! The best thing about washi tape is how cleanly it removes, so you can play around with where and how you display the photos.

framed print on bedroom floor

Sick of your bedside table? Try a stack of your all-time fave books or magazines. So simple, so effective, and no-cost.
And who said art prints have to be on the wall? Take them down and try a few leaned up against a wall. We like it. We like it a lot!
large framed art print in bedroom

Large art print leaning up against the wall, a stack of good magazines, a little bit of green foliage and a beautiful candle… BOOM, instant bedside style.


Framed NZ Art Prints

Four of our newest art prints over at endemicworld -
Work in Progress by Chloe Ruby (NZ),  Never Ending Fun art print by Oslo (NZ), Love Machine by Inaluxe, and Pinecones by Chloe Ruby (NZ)





Gift Guide: The Hip Homemaker

Know someone who loves decorating (and re-decorating) their home? These on-trend homeware picks will make you a very popular Santa.

P.S: If the someone who likes decorating is you, just buy yourself a gift! We’re adults, we’re allowed to.

interior design art prints nz

1.   One of our most popular prints at the moment – Home Sweet As Home art print, by NZ brand Good Design. Also available in a so-hot-right-now Copper foil version.

2.  Metallics are having their moment, and the gold goodness has even extended onto cutlery. This gold-dipped set (includes desserts and teaspoons) is seriously cool. From Collected.

3.  You’re likely to win Best Present-Buyer Award if you give them one of these single copper pendant lights from Paper Plane.

4.  Copper bowl (also available in gold and white) from Collected.

5.  Our Live, Laugh, Love art print is from an original chalkboard drawing. Super popular!

6.   One of our personal all-time fave art prints and a bestseller on endemicworld – the HOME art print by NZ artist Flox. Seriously, get them this and they’ll love you forever.

7.   The modern homemaker won’t settle for plain old supermarket handwash… no, she wants her handwash to be as beautiful as every other accessory she’s carefully curated for her home! Luckily, there’s options like this Babescrub charcoal handwash – we love the chic minimalist packaging featuring an inspiring little hand-lettered message. From Sydney & Pop.

8.   Every stylish home needs an equally stylish candle or three. These beauties from NZ brand Ashley & Co are a guaranteed good choice – they come in beautiful black and gold foil packaging, and in a yummy amber vessel with black lid. Divine.

9.   Interior design lovers are going nuts for contemporary bed linen brand Kip & Co. If you can’t afford a duvet cover, even some colourful, mis-matching pillowcases would be a rad choice! From LETLIV.

10.  One of our most popular prints of 2014,  you can’t get it wrong with this cute budgie buddy. Percy circle art print from the oh-so-loved Margaret Petchell bird range.

11.   Protea flowers are a current fave of the interior design world. This elegant art print from Cloud Nine Creative (NZ) is especially awesome with the on-trend salmon pink background. Looks so good in a boxy white frame, but also available unframed and in various sizes.

12.   You can never have too many awesome little jars and tins to store things in… especially when they look this grid-meets-pastel cool! From Paper Plane.

13.  You can’t go wrong if you get them something from one of the most popular homeware brands at the moment, Pony Rider. We’re digging this Starburst cushion, available along with lots of other Pony Rider cushions at Mint Six.



Gift Guide: Design Fiend

Tightly-kerned (it’s a type thing), well-designed gifts for the creative in your family…




1.   Designers love letterforms! And perhaps the most loved of them all is the ampersand. This black and white beauty is from a range of typography art prints by NZ design collective MASH. (There’s several individual letter art prints and a full alphabet art print, too.)

2.  Originally created in 1937 by world-renowned Danish architect Arne Jacobsen, this famous typography is now available on a series of modern porcelain cups. From LETLIV.

3.  One book every creative should own – Making Ideas Happen. It chronicles the process used by legendary creative houses (like Disney and Google) and famous designers like Seth Godin to turn vision into reality.

4.  Stylish ballpoint pens by minimalist Japanese design brand, Mark’s Inc. Available in NZ  from Father Rabbit.

5.  The ultimate creative sketch/ideas box set from Rhodia, from Wocolate.

6.  They’ll definitely dig this bold, graphic Pencil art print by Oslo, from endemicworld. Available in up to a big A2 size, framed or unframed.

7.  Infinite brainstorming paper! The ingenious George & Willy Kraft Paper Roller.

8.  Retro-style desk calendar by iconic design brand MMMG, from Wocolate.

9.  Simple, Scandi-style trestle desk for all their studio projects, from NZ makers Company and Things.

10.  Pentagram are perhaps the world’s most famous design studio, and over the years, they’ve created more than 400 superb brands and logos. This book showcases them all – awesome inspiration for any design. Pentagram Marks book

11.  Abstract NZ design, inspired by the famous 1980′s Commonwealth Games logo, and now in a contemporary art print by Guy Harkness.

12.  Important advice for any designer - Stay Passionately Curious! Art print by NZ illustrator Chloe Ruby.




Gift Guides: Summer Lover

Hot Christmas picks to buy for your favourite summer stunner…



1.   Fresh n’ Fruity! Fruits For Lucas art print by Swiden.

2.   Thanks for the memories, 2014 – snap your summer fun with this retro Holga film camera from Wocolate.

3.   We love this mason-jar style, big 8L drinks dispenser from Paper Plane.

4.   Sunbathing needs a sweet soundtrack. These wireless bluetooth speakers are take-anywhere awesome, from from Paper Plane.

5.   One of our personal faves – the Endless Summer typographic art print on wood block.

6.   Pineapples are super on-trend and the perfect pressie for a summer-lover. Club Tropicana art print by NZ’s Greg Straight.

7.   Our Swim Between The Flags art print, also by Greg Straight, reminds us of road trips and lazy, hazy summer afternoons at the beach.

8.   Super fun, vibrant Sunnylife beach towel from Shut The Front Door.

9.   R.E.L.A.X! Macrame hammock from Citta Design - also available in yellow, blue and plain white, and in a hanging chair version!    

10.   Summer is for mean as bombs and river swims – our Backflip photographic framed print which captures all the nostalgia of fun-filled childhood summers.

11.  Inflatable Duck from Shut the Front Door.

12.  Roundie beach towel by Australian brand The Beach People, available through Mildred & Co


Gift Guide – For Plant Lovers




1.   Botanical Green Tea art print – available in a range of sizes – from our vintage collection at endemicworld.

2.   Geometric wall planters, in three colours and three sizes, from Me & My Trend.

3.   Planters get a contemporary makeover with these washable paper bags – available in loads of colours and sizes  (we’re digging the grey), from Collected.

4.   These concrete and pastel paint-dipped planters from Superette are perfect for little succulents.

5.    Loving these Bonnie & Neil Jungle Leaf and Rhododendron Buff cushions, from Collected.

6.   Botanical Assembly framed art print, by Melbourne designers Inaluxe.

7.   Bloom art print, from an original chalkboard drawing by NZ designer Cloud Nine.

8.   Copper LOVE! From Superette.

9.   Handcrafted and hand-painted ceramic black and white painted planters from Collected.

10.   Palms cushion in stylish black and vanilla, part of the Hanoi-inspired Summer collection from NZ homeware brand Citta Design.

11.   Set of two brass planters also from Citta Design.

12.   Petalhead framed art print by NZ artist Adrian Bird.

13.   We love a collab – this rad geo plant stand is part of a range designed by NZ blogger Julia Atkinson (StudioHome) and Trestle Union.


Explore all our botanical prints here!