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Treasure Trove

Treasure Trove

You can’t really tell from the entrance way, wander through the doors of 122 Redfern St Redfern and you’ll feel like you’ve both stepped back in time and into a carefully arranged collection of things which might have been saved from a well-travelled pirate ship. Seasonal Concepts is owned and curated by florist Ken Wallis, and if you fancy a trip down memory lane I recommend you give yourself a good half an hour in this magic place.

Happy Valentines Day!

Happy Valentines Day!


A rather lovely illustration to brighten up an otherwise grey Valentines Day. Love from the Team at Boheem!

Zine it up, kids

Zine it up, kids


There are so many visual delights to be found on the web, in the most unexpected places. I must admit I can’t actually find the names of the clever people who put this curious little online zine together, but I know I found it at issuu.com (check out the “creative” link). With the print production no longer being an obstacle for some wanna-be magazine editors, there are now limitless opportunities for anyone with a good idea who wants to publish something special and unique.



I have that feeling again. That feeling of pure admiration for a beautiful piece of work combined with that faint tinkle of envy for not having thought of it myself. This campaign was created by DDB in China to encourage more walking, less driving -a message cleverly conveyed in this beautiful, creative, interactive artwork. If you can’t tell by looking at the photos, those green leaves are actually the footprints of pedestrians crossing the street. Genius right? For more info, or to watch the video, have a look at this link.

Beci Orpin

Beci Orpin



Perhaps it is all this sunshine, summer vibes, and the fact we now have an inflatable paddling pool in our back garden – but at the moment I am loving anything bright, colourful and fun! Beci Orpin, a Melbourne based designer/illustrator and creator of many of wonderful things recently caught my eye. Beci’s projects and clients are diverse yet she manages to always stay true her unique, colourful, bold collage style. www.beciorpin.com.


Just Ace

Just Ace


Portland, Oregon. Home of good coffee, squirrels and rose gardens. Also home to the Ace Hotel, described as ‘a little modern, and a little bohemian’ – it’s no wonder why we’ve fallen in love with it’s charming styling and vintage touches. The boutique hotel chain was designed by Mathew Foster, Fritz Mesenbrink and Jeremy Pelley; a trio of Portland based designers with a penchant for clever, modern branding.

Check it out here and be inspired.

The Lowercase

The Lowercase


Friends of Boheem recently launched a lovely online store called The Lowercase. Featuring beautifully designed children’s bed linen, contemporary artwork, tableware and many more little treats. Their whimsical site is definitely worth a look and for all those in need of some last minute Christmas shopping they have a 25% off sale this week. Hooray!

Kenzo Christmas

Kenzo Christmas

I don’t know who Kenzo are, but I sure like this Christmas promotion created for them a couple of years back by the Cosfibel Group.
Eye Magazine

Eye Magazine


Tell me, is it just me, or does everyone else’s heartbeat quicken just a little when they see elegant, flowing typographic shapes, so perfectly balanced and oozing in confidence? These spreads show a collected feast put together by Eye Magazine in the UK.

A few old tickets to ride

A few old tickets to ride

We’ve been working on some packaging at the moment and for reference I have been using old train and bus tickets. From small and conventional to ornate, each ticket has some really interesting typographic and decorative elements. I also love the colour palette it creates when they’re all together.
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