About

documenting

Pacific

art + design + style

URBAN VITI documents contemporary Pacific art, fashion, home and product design.

It features interviews, DIY projects, information about exhibitions, performances and events, and design finds from rugs to jewellery.

Urban Viti was created by Fijian visual artist Dulcie Stewart who grew up in Suva, Fiji and now lives in Brisbane, Australia.

Read Urban Viti is born! and Urban Viti Turns 1 to see why Dulcie was inspired to start this blog.

Facebook: Urban Viti

Email: urbanviti@gmail.com

Urban Viti Archived

Urban Viti is archived by The National Library of New Zealand and is available to the public via the Library’s digital library. You can view an archived version of Urban Viti here.

The National Library of New Zealand has selected Urban Viti for inclusion in its historic collection of Internet materials. The National Library is committed to collecting, preserving and making accessible the history and cultures of the people of New Zealand and the Pacific through various formats, including websites.

Creative Commons Licence
Urban Viti by Dulcie Stewart is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at https://urbanviti.wordpress.com/.


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