A collective online art shop of 200 artists, run by two sisters,
all of whom have been financially affected by COVID-19.


Our birthday tradition in our friendship group
is to all collectively put cash in to buy the birthday babe
a piece of art or something beautiful to make them feel special.

Cream Town is an extension of that tradition.

A place where you can buy yourself, or someone you love, something beautiful,
while directly supporting amazing creators + small businesses.


Our prints are printed on archival pigment print at Hound & Bone Studio, in Brunswick.

Our frames are custom-made at Icon Frames, in Malvern East.

When you buy a print, the artist receives about 50%*, H&B receives 30%, CT receives 15%
of what you pay, supporting 3 different small businesses, with 5% going toward web costs.

Please allow around two weeks to receive your print and a month to receive a framed print.

Cream Town cannot offer fixed prices on international shipping due to the current climate.
If you live outside so-called Australia and would like to purchase work from CT,
email us and we’ll give you a quote for postage to your area.

If there’s a print you loved that you missed out on from earlier months,
feel free to email us and we’ll do our best to organize it for you.


We are deeply committed to supporting creators through this immensely difficult time
and we’re SO grateful for the contributions from our wider community in aiding us in this initiative.

If you have a moment, please share what we’re doing with your networks and help us get the
word out there about “…the best exhibition on the internet!”


$5 from every order at Cream Town goes toward Paying the Rent to our local Dja Dja Wurrung organization, Nalderun. Cream Town also dedicates 5% of our rent every month.



The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, Weekend Notes,
The Design Files, Fashion Journal, Concrete Playground,
Anyone Girl, Broadsheet, The Weekend Edition,
Frankie Magazine, Time Out, Triple M,
Dead Pretty,Win News, Man Of Many,
Green Magazine, Australian Design Review,
Creative Victoria, Padre, Bendigo Advertiser, Monster Children


*This percentage is approximate, as percentages vary depending on what size print you buy:
A3 – 48%, A2 – 51% + A1 – 52%