Emily Readett Bayley has been working with the same village rice farming community in Bali for over 20 years making her unique ethically made wooden lettering, signage and symbols commonly sold under the brand name POSH Graffiti. Many of the farmers are exceptionally skillful wood carvers and painters and they use this important secondary business to help sustain their ancient agricultural Subak system. The farmers plant fast growing albizia trees around the rice fields to provide a source of wood and do not use toxic MDF.
Each piece is unique and Emily has always emphasised quality over quantity resisting the lure of mass production in China.
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