Dual-sided ethically sourced NZ Rimu cheese board. One side with paint effect to fit your decor; the other side classic NZ Rimu.
Choose which side to use as the mood takes you.
Complete with cheese knife also crafted from NZ native Rimu wood.
Glenn Jones Jam Session Print Jam session is an original design by Glenn Jones. Glenn Jones is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator. A former creative director, Glenn worked on some of New Zealand’s most well known brands before finding internet fame in the mid 2000’s with his quirky t-shirt designs, that lead to the […]
Glenn Jones Aotearoa Window Print This Glenn Jones Aotearoa Window print is a classic in many New Zealand homes. Glenn Jones is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator. A former creative director, Glenn worked on some of New Zealand’s most well known brands before finding internet fame in the mid 2000’s with his quirky t-shirt […]
Sauce with That by Glenn Jones There just aren’t many foods that you can’t put sauce on! This Sauce with That print is an original design from Glenn Jones. Glenn Jones Art is a growing collection of art prints by Glenn Jones from Auckland, New Zealand. We are a family business; Glenn creates the artwork, Julia takes […]
About this Local Dairy Print: I grew up next door to a dairy and I love how a lot of old New Zealand dairies have become engrained in kiwi culture. I’m sure plenty of them claim to have the biggest ice creams!
Pink Classic BLUNT Umbrella – Designed in New Zealand The Pink Classic BLUNT Umbrella is the creation of kiwi Greig Brebner. Greig was tired of seeing blown out umbrellas in rubbish bins and set about finding a solution. BLUNT has become an awesome international success with people all over the world loving the elegant engineering […]
Bring a little taste of classic Kiwi summer to your home all year round with this quirky, colourful art piece. This Chance of Ice Cream print is a playful spin on fire risk signs that are iconic around New Zealand. Sources indicate the probability of ice cream is reaching extreme levels!
A kiwi classic and one of Margaret Mahy’s best-loved creations, this is a tale about the nature of stories and imagination and where the line between them and reality can blur, especially in the mind of a child.