Win one of 10 handcrafted serving plates thanks to Clay by LB

Clay by LB Oyster Plate

To celebrate the launch of RUSSH Home we're giving ten lucky RUSSH readers a Clay by LB Salacia Natural Shell Oyster Plate worth $112, plus a copy of Issue 01 of RUSSH Home. What are you waiting for? You've got to be in it to win it!

When we think of summer it's not just a feeling or a setting or even a smell, but a combination of all of the above. Salt in our hair and sand on our skin. The back doors open wide to allow the perfect summer breeze to float through the house. Sheer curtains blowing in the wind and long impromptu summer nights spent entertaining friends in the back garden. The taste of fresh oysters and the perfect bottle of wine to accompany them. Here in Australia it's a time of year spent at home celebrating with family and friends which makes it the perfect time to sit back and enjoy the new edition of RUSSH Home, preferably with a loved one and a plate full of oysters.


The Clay by LB brand:

Clay by LB is the newest project from multidisciplinary artist Lilli Boisselet. Having learnt about production pottery at Bedlaline Potters in Morocco while working there as a photojournalist, Boisselet has taken her love of the craft and created a range of ceramics designed to inspire intimate moments together.

Featuring anything from bowls and cocktail vessels to ice buckets and natural shell knives, it's a collection created not only to be unique, but also to feel intimate. From Lilli's hands to yours.




A multi-disciplinary environment, RUSSH Home is a glimpse inside the spaces and internal worlds of creative minds within our global community who are uninterested in aesthetic conventions. Documenting creativity through intimate and original content, this first issue, edited by Tamsin Johnson, is the beginning of our conversation in the world of design.⁠

Inside the issue, there is a multitude of architects, designers and creatives featured throughout, whether it be their words or their homes. Speaking with Tony Albert, Daniel Boyd discusses his current show, Treasure Island, and how it holds a critical lens to colonial history, while Sophie Edelstein talks with designer Lucy Folk about a celebration of Australia’s commune with nature from her Boreen Point home. We share intimate moments with designer Eny Lee Parker, multi-disciplinary artist Quentin Jones, model Alexandra Agoston and more in a series of profiles of friends of RUSSH.

Get your copy here.



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How to enter:

To celebrate the launch of RUSSH Home we're giving ten lucky RUSSH readers a homewares pack. Each winner will receive a Clay by LB Salacia Natural Shell Oyster Plate worth $112, plus a copy of RUSSH Home. The perfect addition to any home.

To be in the running simply enter your details below. Competition closes Wednesday, December 14. Terms and conditions apply.



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