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Anna Pogossova

Anna Pogossova

Russian-born photographer Anna Pogossova is a difficult lady to pigeonhole. Creating work that is a dose in equal measures of the surreal and painterly, you’ll even find her photographs crossing over to the realms of illustration.

Anna Pogossova migrated from Moscow to Australia in 1994, going on to study Fine Arts and Photomedia in Sydney. Looking to her work, we can see her fine arts background and influences woven into her photographs, creating her unique and memorable style.

Anna Pogossova pretty much knocks the challenge of straddling commercial and personal work out...


Josephine Heilpern

Josephine Heilpern

We love us some good ceramics here at Odd Pears. Even more favourable if they’re delicious textures plastered with poppin’ geometric designs! Brooklyn-based Recreation Center have got us pretty damn excited, and have sure fixed up our holiday wish-list woes.

Josephine Heilpern is the lady with the magic hands behind the small brand. Combining her background of print and sculpture with a love of creating simple, useful art objects, she has created a name for herself with her unique, functional ceramics.

Mugs, bowls, planters, jugs. Josephine Heilpern has pretty much all of...


Odd Pears Socks in Japan by Leona Fietz

Odd Pears Socks in Japan by Leona Fietz

Odd Pears recently snuck their way into a suitcase on a trip to Japan. They managed to pound their way through the colourful, bustling streets of Tokyo, jumped on a bullet train down to Kyoto to hang out in some forests for a while and finally hopped over a wedge of ocean to Naoshima Art Island to chill with Yayoi Kusama and explore some incredible museums and gallery spaces.

Brisbane-based designer / type-fiend Leona Fietz documented it all for us on the sweet, sweet grain of 35mm film.

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Sara Andreasson

Sara Andreasson

The universal truth is that Swedes do design right, right?

Sara Andreasson is a Swedish illustrator (amongst other things), who completely knocks the game out of the ballpark for her mother country. Her bold, vectored, colour-block and shape-driven work shifts effortlessly between commercial applications for clients like Rolling Stone and The New York Times, and a seemingly constant and consistent flow of personal work. Sara also seems to flit between an array of other mediums and projects. We’re particularly impressed by her past endeavours into furniture design (equally effortlessly simple and popping as...


Yoko Honda

Yoko Honda

Before we commence, we highly recommend you load up some Com Truise to guide you through this extremely energetic and snazzy work.

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Yoko Honda is an artist based in Japan, who creates work straight out of an 80’s hyper colour, hyper patterned dreamscape. Taking the best parts of arguably our most aesthetically controversial decade, Yoko invites us to explore motels by the sea, bedrooms laden with patterned vases, indoor plants and an array of Michael Jackson ephemera. In this geometry-driven Cali dreamworld,...