Third Drawer Down

Dancing Ladies Tea Towel
Frances Cannon's "Dancing Ladies"-themed illustrations have been a longtime favorite of Melbourne-based studio Third Drawer Down, and now they've put the artwork on a dish towel. Made from a cotton/linen blend, this pink towel celebrates all kinds...
A Very David Shrigley Playlist
Multi-talented British artist (and CH favorite) David Shrigley has teamed up once again with Melbourne-based design studio and store Third Drawer Down for a playful collection of trinkets and treasures. While it's a relatively small collection, it...
"Lid" Storage Container
Almost too pretty to use (though entirely functional by design), this storage container was made in collaboration by Melbourne studio-meets-store Third Drawer Down and Tom Dixon. Crafted from blue glass and white marble, it can be used to house almost...
"Advantages of Being a Woman Artist" Clutch
Another product in their ongoing collaborative collection, this "Advantages of Being a Woman Artist" clutch by Third Drawer Down Studio + Guerrilla Girls is pink and practical. From "Knowing your career might pick up after you're 80," to "Seeing your...
"Into Myself Always" Tote
A strong advocate for the self-love club, Melbourne-based artist Frances Cannon teamed up with Third Drawer Down for this very sweet, pale pink tote. Featuring an illustration of a woman with tags on different parts of her body all saying "Beautiful...
Best of CH 2016: Interviews
As a journalist, one immediately knows when an interview is going well. There is an understanding, or even connection, between the subject and an interviewer. One's goal is never to land a quote that makes a point, but to have a substantial dialogue...
"I've Done Everything" Mug
While David Shrigley's mind goes to some strange and wonderful places, his work always manages to make us feel that we're not alone. Like all his collaborations with Third Drawer Down, this "I've Done Everything / I've Done Nothing" mug is affordable...
Interview: David Shrigley
When he was inspired as a child to make cover art for Adam and The Ants, Brighton-based artist David Shrigley could have never predicted that he would go on to create everything from larger-than-life-sized sculptures to music videos, flags, a mascot...