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…So I was recently scouted to participate in this wonderful project run by RAW Artists International. RAW promote up and coming artists and give them a global platform – Millie will be showcasing on the runway this FRIDAY 12th August. Above: my sewing table and inspiration wall… The theme of my collection is Harvest & … More Millie does RAW Artists Melbourne // REVEAL
Guess what?!!!! last week my family expanded to take in a leggy, slightly stinky, beautiful little scrawner called Freddie. Fred was rescued from the North Melbourne Lost Dogs Home and is a 14 month old English Pointer…I can attest to his love of pointing at things! Particularly if they involve the fridge opening or a … More Freddie Happened!
Yesterday I had the rather lovely task of coordinating a little brooch making workshop alongside Plan International Australia and the Three O’Clock Collective. It was one of many little events run alongside the gallery’s current exhibition A Girl’s Place. The exhibition is the culmination of Plan Australia’s recently conducted survey into the sense of safety … More Millie Mosca x Plan International Australia x Three O’Clock Collective
I’ve had a couple of lovely things happen to me in the last two days! Firstly: I had a visit from Alvin the Pomeranian and his darling fur-mother Emma who is one of the sweetest and most BOSS humans I have the pleasure of knowing! So to celebrate I made them this slice (below) from … More A little slice of happiness!
Hello again lovelies! This weekend I decided to take the plunge and start damn-well making use of my blog! I have been putting it off and telling all and sundry I am not disciplined enough to be a blogger but the truth is – I AM!! I’ve been reading this ace book The Handmade Marketplace: … More Millie Mosca is BACK!
This wearable art piece was inspired by my time spent living in Mexico and the constant and joyous celebrations I witnessed when I was there. Handcrafted using a traditional Japanese Kumo Shibori technique, the resulting ‘stars’ were hand painted in the Mosca rainbow – echoing the shape, colour and texture of the exuberant fireworks displays … More Pa’ Arriba