Make Me Iconic
After 10 years residing in Europe, Natasha Skunca returned to Melbourne and realised the hole out there for trendy souvenirs depicting native icons.
‘Town has a lot to supply that’s distinctive, trendy, and up to date and I wished one thing in our house that introduced these components to life,’ says Natasha.
A decade later, her label Make Me Iconic remains to be going robust, and has advanced from tea towels, cushions and paintings to additionally supply stunning, picket toys. Amongst their greatest sellers are remakes of the Australia Submit avenue mailboxes and Melbourne’s well-known yellow and inexperienced trams.
‘Our picket toys additionally merely don’t exit of fashion, and are typically extra timeless… [They] preserve youngsters busy and they’re truly performing some severe studying proper earlier than your eyes,’ says Natasha.
There’s additionally non-Melbourne particular souvenirs for these primarily based elsewhere within the nation – corresponding to glass ornaments, picket variations of Arnotts biscuits, and sequinned equipment.