Little Branch x Elise Maree ‘Let Them Eat Cake’

Little Branch presents the ‘Let Them Eat Cake’ collection, in collaboration with Australian artist, 
Elise Maree. The collection was brought to life from a great desire to create a
collection of stationery inspired by fun and playfulness.

Canadian based artist, Elise Maree connected with Little Branch creative director,
Maree Oaten after a big life change, which saw her pursue painting full-time. The
creative duo instantly began creating magic and collaborating on the new ‘Let Them
Eat Cake’ collection.

“This collection burst out of me like confetti. Through playful and colourful illustrations, I desire a smile to come to your face and even a giggle (if I’m lucky). I mean, it’s not every day that you see animals wearing party hats” – Elise Maree, Artist

The collection features 29 works of art Elise Maree has created by
 hand using the finest watercolours and inks. Available as Gift Cards RRP $5.95,
Mini Cards RRP $3.95, Wrapping Paper RRP $4.95 and Art Prints ranging in sizes A3 – A0 starting at RRP $89.95. Proudly designed and made in Australia. 

“I love the way Elise brought the collection to life, from sketching each tiny detail to then adding vibrant watercolours and finishing with touches of collage from bits and bobs she has collected over the years. It’s truly a unique collection and we’re thrilled to have
collaborated with such a talented artist”– Maree Oaten, Creative Director of Little Branch

Little Branch celebrates the art and beauty of connecting with others. Artistically
expressed and considerately handcrafted in Australia using only responsibly sourced
paper, our artisan cards, wrapping paper and art prints spread joy for all occasions.

The ‘Let Them Eat Cake’ collection will be released on 16th October and will be 
available online at and select stockists.

For all press enquires and hi-res imagery please contact: alicia(at)littlebranch(dot)com(dot)au

Click here to see the Collection

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