Photo credit: Morgan Sette.
Boob ceramics, female curve-shaped candles, and feminist prints are just a few of the items available for purchase at Goodwood’s new art collective See Someone Studio.
The quirky space has tangerine-coloured shelves, restored furniture, potted plants, and a curated collection of ethically sourced pieces from Australian artists.
The newly opened art space is essentially a brick-and-mortar store for founder Sarah Winter’s See Someone brand items––such as candles, mugs, and other functional homeware––with an attached art studio. The studio has workshops and gift items ranging from jewelry to paintings to hair accessories.
See Someone Studio also features Winter’s other brand, The Tit Club, which sells breast-centric items, such as ceramic bowls, candles, and feminist prints. The company champions intersectionality, inclusion, and body positivity.
“I represent all different bodies and focus on gender-diverse creations, making sure to include non-binary and trans people as well,” she says.
Winter seeks to sell a diverse array of items from a diverse group of creators.
“I’m only bringing in women, queer and Indigenous makers,” she says.
“I want to give smaller and marginalised makers a way to get out into communities that they don’t have access to all the time.”
The founder also seeks to create a “different kind of gift store,” one that’s ethically-sourced.
“I want this to be a safe space without fast consumerism, like a slice of home for people,” Winter says.
“Every item is hand-made or sourced ethically, and I want it to evoke an emotion; It won’t just be another trinket around the house.”
Starting in April, the studio will host workshops for water colouring, candle painting, and clay play. It’s also available for hire for other local creatives as well. Going forward, Winter wants to work with other makers to organise programs for children over holiday breaks.
Find See Someone Studio at Shop 6/89 Goodwood Rd.