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Fennel and Tomato Panzanella by Alice Zaslavsky & Billie Justice Thomson

Fennel and Tomato Panzanella by Alice Zaslavsky & Billie Justice Thomson

Donate 10 meals |

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Bright, bold, and bursting with energy is exactly how you would describe both Alice Zaslavsky herself and Billie Justice Thomson's graphic artworks.

Imagine you've come home from the market on a Saturday laying out all the ingredients to make a vibrant Fennel and Tomato Panzanella with your copy of In Praise of Veg open on the counter—that's exactly what Billie did as she approached this piece. 

  • Limited Edition of 300
  • One poster provides 10 meals
  • Available in: A2 format 42 x 59 cm | A3 format 29.7 x 42cm
  • Printed on 130gsm Extract paper, made entirely from 100% recycled coffee cups
  • Unframed

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Alice Zaslavsky & Billie Justice Thomson

Alice Zaslavsky is an award-winning author and one of Australia's favourite broadcasters. She is a columnist for The Weekend Australian Magazine, host of Saturday Breakfast on ABC Radio Melbourne, culinary correspondent for ABC News Breakfast and ABC radio nationally, as well as creator of digital food education program Phenomenom.

Her vegetable bible In Praise of Veg won the 2021 ABIA for best illustrated book and went on to win accolades around the globe, being published in 11 countries and translated into multiple languages. The Joy of Better Cooking, her latest book, is helping people of all ages and abilities make the kitchen their happy place.

Billie Justice Thomson is a mid-career visual artist based in Tarntanya-Adelaide. She studied painting at UniSA before moving to Melbourne in 2011 where she established a successful studio practice. Billie returned to Adelaide in 2016 to raise a family and focus on her career. Her work explores nostalgia and sentimentality through memorialising common objects, iconic Australian imagery, drinks and food. Painting directly on perspex Billie produces artwork that pops with joyful energy and offers a meditative appreciation on the small day to day miracles of existence.