Holy Kitsch! is a quirky collection of bits and bobs from around the world. It serves as a museum for the eccentric collector – a place where visual merchandisers have never set foot.
Owners Noni Daniels and Phillip Masters started out at the National Art School together in their early years in Sydney, where they built a friendship based on a mutual love of collectables.
The duo sources many of its ornaments from buying trips to Mexico, pickin up items such as glam rock skulls daubed with multi-coloured paint, Day of the Dead artwork, skull necklaces, ashtrays, beer coasters, mirrors and large crosses decorated with bottle caps. In short: just about anything you’d associate with spiritual or superstitious side of Mexican culture.
There are also pieces from Hawaii, model dragons, an eclectic print gallery and a shelf devoted to Salvador Dali-inspired clocks.
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