press highlights


Harpers Bazaar Australia — May 2019 — “Let There Be Light”
[Photography by Kristina Šoljo, Interview by Elle McClure, Styled by Samantha Wong, Hair + Makeup by Else Morgan]

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Inside Out Magazine — June 2019 — “Inside Out The Hot 19”
[Words Alexandra English]

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Vogue Living — Mar/Apr 2018 — “Time Travellers”
[Photography by Anson Smart, Styling by Joseph Gardner]


Real Living Magazine — May 2019 — “True Identity”
[Photography by Maree Homer, Styling by Kerrie-Ann Jones, Text by Alicia Pyke, Feat. Sophie Vander of Curatorial+Co]


Vogue Living — May 2019 — “Rock Solid”
Featuring pieces Lottie & Rushka
[Photography by Anson Smart, Styling by Joseph Gardner, Text by Verity Magdalino]

The Australian Magazine — 13 October 2018 — “Silk Scarves”
[Photography by Guy Bailey]


Bassike — Spring 2017 Campaign — Shot at Carol Crawford’s ‘Cooper Street Studio’
[Photography by Beau Grealy, Hair by Michele McQuillan]


Nina Maya Interiors — 2019 — featuring “Lottie”
[Photography by Felix Forest, Styling by Joseph Gardner]

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bassike — 2018 — “Simple Beauty with Carol Crawford”
[Photography by Charles Dennington, #1960 artwork photographed by Toby Peet]

“There’s something profound about the work of artist Carol Crawford, whose organic, sculptural forms can often feel both otherworldly and innately grounded at the same time. Working with bronze, alabaster and plaster Carol cuts, shapes and refines each piece intuitively without preconceptions of the final form the work will take. A longtime friend of bassike, Carol created a work that she felt resonated with her relationship to our brand. We visited Carol in her Sydney based studio to talk about the work, titled #1960, her creative practice and how she spends her time outside of the studio…” Read full article

PHILÉ — July 2017 — “A Moment With Carol Crawford”



Vogue Living — 21 February 2018 — “First Look: See The Finalists From A Figurative Sculpture Prize”


Saint Cloche Gallery — December 2018 : January 2019 — “CASA”
[Photography by Jacqui Turk]