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Archive for May 2013

Australian Retail/Sales partners for Dust & Dreams

Saturday, 25 May 2013

Dust & Dreams have joined up with an Australian Retail partner who will be handling all sales on that side of the ocean for us.

Open Edition prints will be available either on Canvas or Photopaper (gloss or matt) and clients can choose if they would prefer a framed print or not.

Limited Editions will be advertised so keep your eyes open.

Please contact Jenny on : +61 451 307 080
or drop her an email on :
Or leave a message on our blog.

Man vs the Beast...

Friday, 24 May 2013

Wedding decor by Pebble and Lace

Dust and Dreams took several "wedding decor" photos done by Pebble and Lace ( a Pretoria based company) for a Bushveld wedding with a "Gatsby inspired look" in May.The Sweets table was to die for!



Dust & Dreams photos used in the New York Daily News

We are thrilled that the New York Daily News have used some of our photos in an article of theirs!!

Have a look at the below link:

Camilla d'Errico supports Walking for Lions!!

Wednesday, 1 May 2013

Camilla d'Errico is an Italo-Canadian artist who has been making waves in fine arts and comics with her manga-influenced style. Ever the prolific artist, Camilla lives the double life of comic artist, character creator and painter. She has expanded her style into designer toys, fashion, merchandise, and videogames. Camilla has distinguished herself through her ability to seamlessly weave comic art and manga with surrealist elements, wrapping it all together with an extensive emotional palette.
Not only is Camilla extremely talented but she also has an amazing big heart and a passion for conservation.
D’Errico Studios Ltd. have chosen to support WFL in their fight against the downward spiral of the wild lion population and for the month of May they will be donating 50% of the proceeds of all
“Hear Danielle Roar” 11x14inch colour prints sold in their online store to Walking For Lions! They will also be available at the Vancouver Comic Arts Festival exhibition.

We would therefore like to ask all WFL supporters as well as all Camilla’s fans to pop into her e-store and do your bit for these African beasts.

Keep an eye out for special information as to when these prints will go online on her blog: