Take home a piece of Brisbanes forgotten history.
There were cute helmets and knitted beanies for soft-boiled eggs, and some unusual and beautiful jewellery.
The MoB Shop team also create exclusive merchandise collections to complement the vortex military discount program Museums exhibitions, allowing visitors to take home a piece of their favourite show.The contemporary Australian jewellery caught my eye, because it included pieces highlighting the rich colours of salvaged wood.When: Queensland Art Gallery: 10am-5pm daily; Queensland Museum:.30am-5pm daily; State Library of Queensland:.30am-5pm daily; Gallery of Modern Art: 10am-5pm daily.Check out some of the items well have on sale.Recently, I took an easy walk from the Queen Street Mall across the Brisbane River to South Bank, and explored the shops attached to four of our most well-known institutions the Queensland Art Gallery, the Queensland Museum, the State Library of Queensland, and the Gallery.The variety of gifts in these small stores was unexpected, and designed to delight individuals of all ages.We also stock a range of gourmet local produce including New Farm Confectionery and Bee One Third.Take the stairs or lift down to the next level.
The State Library is on your right, and the shop is just inside the main entrance.
This shop included books on art, and prints from various collections.
Check websites for opening times on public holidays.Exciting new exhibition merchandise for, the view from here will soon arrive at the Museum Shop.As you come off the bridge, look to your right and see the 'Art Gallery' sign.There was a large selection of books about Brisbane, childrens' books, fun books like 'Menswear Dog origami cards, and even a wooden postcard of Brisbane.Items that caught my eye here were the magnetic poetry kits inspiring me to create amusing messages on the fridge, kaleidoscopes which brought back childhood memories, plastic moustaches in pink or black attached to the ends of pencils, temporary tattoos, a 'home-made' stamp for baking.These would be great laminated, and hung as posters in areas like the bathroom, allowing people to learn where they linger.
This shop had gift wrap with a difference, and the sheets I bought were covered in collective nouns, for example, a pandemonium of parrots, a drove of tourists, a murder of crows, and a kindle of kittens.