SPACES Volume Five by Frankie Magazine is out now. This highly anticipated volume of Frankie’s house-loving interiors book knocks on doors around Australia, pops over to New Zealand, visits some cities in Asia and meets a whole bunch of creative people along the way.
Spaces is a bookazine by Frankie Magazine. It celebrates a collection of homes-away-from-home around Australia: from the east coast capitals to the Adelaide Hills, the wilds of Tasmania and the southernmost tip of Western Australia. The designers, photographers, foodies, musicians and artists you’ll meet inside might have cleaned up a bit for their photos, but their homes aren’t fancy. With a focus on resourcefulness and individual style, Spaces celebrates the importance of home to a creative bunch of Australians. Spaces – Where creative people, live work and play.
Crafts & Hobbies - Design
Look What we Made
Look What we Made is an eclectic collection of maker stories from across australia, lovingly brought to you by the people behind Frankie magazine. inside you’ll meet hatmakers and brewers, potters and jewellers. plus textile artists, illustrators, musicians, weavers, cobblers and a whole lot more creative folk doing what they love best. charting the skills, […]295 SEK
Calendars - Diaries & Planners - Illustration - Stationary
Frankie Daily Journal 2020
SOLD OUT. WILL NOT BE BACK IN STOCK…. This years daily journal was created with the help of Magpie Goose, who brought together a collection of wonderful indigenous artists from remote communities across Australia. As you organise your days, months and year, you’ll also connect with first nations people, cultures and stories, and just a […]295 SEK
Food & Drink
A special food-focused issue of frankie? yummo! Prepare your eyes and bellies. We know food is glorious, especially when it’s shared among friends. Inside Frankie Food there’s a whole load of scrumminess to go around, including crafty projects and clever ideas, more than 50 favourite Frankie recipes, a few friendly folk to meet and even […]195 SEK