16 MAY 2012

Dan and Emma Interview | Fancy! | May 2012

We love Fancy! New Zealand design blog - it's in our inbox every day as staple inspiration material. So when Alana asked if we'd be keen to be interviewed, of course we said yes.

Tell me the story of how Mr Bigglesworthy came to be? The history of Mr Bigglesworthy definitely centres around Dan, who has always been a collector. It started early with pretty harmless collections like antique bottles and coins. He was very dedicated to the cause, crawling under houses to find rare and unusual bottles with cool markings. Each object connects to a time. We love that designed objects help people to engage with history. Click here to read more

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