Thursday, January 3, 2013


Vinyl toys are something that i really love...not so much that I would call myself a collector, but enough that sometimes a toy will make me get really excited. This 'Eddy' toy from Rouler is one such toy.

When I saw it, i was immediately prepared to buy it....but I didn't. Now this was many weeks ago and I can't quite remember why. Normally I go through an agonising 'will I, wont I' process that drives me mad.....but it was probably just more than I felt like spending at the time.

Monday, November 5, 2012


I was tooling around in the workshop over the weekend and took a few pictures.



Inherited tools

Chris Ware's new book looks nice on the rug :)

Tuesday, October 23, 2012


Some people may not realise it but, we have two different brands in operation around these parts.

Autumn is the home of our design work for our own projects and for our clients while
UNDER is the home for things that we sell.

Sometimes those things overlap...and that's how we like it :)
It makes things easier for our clients because we know what its like to be a manufacturer and a sales and marketing team.

It's also fun to have more than one brand. More opportunities for design and fun!

Triangulate Coat Rack - UNDER

Splash stool - Autumn

Monday, October 22, 2012

New and exciting things...

Welcome to the new Autumn blog.
The plan is to update more regularly... Let's see how that goes shall we.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Design Dispensary cardboard interior...

So we are finally back from Melbourne where i collaborated on a cardboard interior with mr. Toby Horrocks in the Design Dispensary... photos by Ellen Dewar.

Monday, July 19, 2010

forgotten Milan photos...

I realised today that because of all the volcano shenanigans earlier in the year, I forgot to post my Milan pics. So, here are a few that i like :)

Thursday, April 15, 2010


The first day of out at the fiera was equal parts fun and dull :)

The B-line stand looks great and it was nice to see SPLASH for the first time at last!

I always find it interesting that the colour choices that the italians make for their products are always a little outside what i expect.

It was a pleaseure to also finally meet the other new designers that B-line selected this year, Stefan Bench and Neuland Industriedesign.