When shiftazine’s feet hit the pavement of Gertrude Street after a too long an interval, it was like being home.
The store fronts, the contents inside the store fronts, the ‘too many things to love’ stuff that jammed the fashion stores,
let alone the galleries, the cafes, object’art and tat stores, all filled shiftazine’s giddy glaze.
Tarlo and Graham sits closer to Smith Street than Brunswick Street.
It occupies a fine Victorian building, which has seen better days, but still generates a sense of grandeur.
It is within the ever changing landscape of this establishment that excites and inspires.
it's the way one creates a dialogue between the arrangements of objects and furnishings, and Rosie has that touch.