08/08/2014
Burbia is a creative studio for all things type and make it super fun to express your patriotism for your hometown.

Words by

Hannah Blamey

If you're rather fond of your suburban or city nook, Burbia is your kindred spirit. The creative studio for all things typographic creates beautiful, yet affordable suburban screen prints of the places we live and love. 

Using the city suburb names to fill the map and crisscrossing and entangling the types to make them fit, Burbia create novel ways to express your patriotism. With a huge range of typographic screen prints from across Australia, Burbia make everything from canvas prints, to frame-worthy maps, to tea towels along with a new limited edition range of circle prints (plus upcoming product ranges) that are all sure to brighten any space and any place. 

burbia.com.au

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