LOOK.STOP.SHOP.

To welcome Melbourne back this festive season, we present Look.Stop.Shop. 2021 for a Merry Flinders Quarter Christmas supported by the Metro Tunnel Project.
 
This business support program features a range of artwork and performances from iconic duo The Huxleys, a collection of specially commissioned window installations by Australian craft-based designer Kitiya Palaskas, Campbell Arcade trees and lighting, giant Christmas selfie postcards, and instant scan-and-shop offers. 

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'You're Welcome'

Presenting 'You're Welcome' – a collection of 15 giant sculptural paper wreaths by Australian craft-based designer Kitiya Palaskas.

 

Made by hand, and inspired by native botanicals with pops of personality unique to each business, the wreaths are an open invitation, a welcome back to our city, and a celebration of Flinders Quarter's enduring small business community. 

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Kitiya Palaskas is an Australian craft-based designer and author with a multi-disciplinary practice. She specialises in prop and installation design, content creation, illustration, and creative workshop facilitation, focusing on using handmade techniques and traditional craft methods re-imagined in contemporary ways. 

 

Her work is characterised by its bold colours and playful themes and has spanned the retail, music, advertising and publishing industries, as well as being the author of Piñata Party, a craft book published by Hardie Grant that is available in Australia, the UK and the USA. 

 

You can find out more at: https://www.kitiyapalaskas.com/

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The Huxleys

City Square, Fed Square and Scott Alley will sparkle and shine with new artworks, a video and a performance from The Huxleys – showcasing the beauty of the Australian bush with a Christmas flourish, brought to life with shimmer walls and LED neon by Electric Confetti. Plus free Australiana animal masks at Metro Tunnel HQ

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Christmas Arcade

Immerse yourself with the sight and smell of fresh pine as Campbell Arcade transforms into Christmas Arcade, a green wonderland featuring 12 6ft (1.85m) pine trees and lighting installation to welcome back commuters and visitors. Drop by one of the stores offering a subterranean shopping experience that is uniquely Melbourne, with special offers from Sticky Institute, Tree Paper Gallery and Sebra Prints.

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Giant Christmas Selfie Murals

Stop and capture a fun #flindersquarter selfie against our giant Christmas greeting postcards by Australian brand La La Land. Discover all three postcards, snap and share with love from Flinders Quarter.

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LOOK. STOP. SHOP. Offers

Shop Melbourne made, designed, and delectable goods from your local independents.

 

Find the big red Look.Stop.Shop. stickers on shopfront windows, scan the QR code for an instant Merry Flinders Quarter Christmas in-store offer to fill your tastebuds, stockings, and gift-giving shopping list. 

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Christmas in Degraves

Every Saturday until Christmas, Degraves Street stores turn inside out with outdoor trading, gift-wrapping, and entertainment. More details on Christmas in Degraves.

Share your experience and tag @flindersquarter @metrotunnelvic #metrotunnelart
 
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Proudly delivered by the Metro Tunnel Project in partnership with local businesses in Flinders Quarter.