16 MAY 2018

Design Junkies – Fresh Creative Talent on TVNZOne

Mr. Bigglesworthy co-owner Emma Eagle was invited to contribute to a new local TV series, 'Design Junkies', as a judge along with established designer Tim Webber.

Six designers are challenged to create a unique piece of design from salvaged materials each week. We are proud to be involved with such well produced New Zealand content and we're looking forward to seeing the remaining episodes.

Last week, Kate Cameron Donald (pictured above) took out a close challenge with a lamp made from car parts. The final three episodes will be shown tonight and during the next two weeks.

The series is on air currently, Thursdays at 7.30pm on TVNZOne.



Watch the Episodes over at TVNZ On Demand

James Wright
Leilani Tunnage
Rupert Herring and host Shane Hansen
Rupert Herring
Craig Guy
Kere Wylie
Host Shane Hansen

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