News

  • Who said Kiwis can't fly - Breakfast TV

    We were delighted to see Herb the Kiwi bird on Breakfast TV! Rawdon Christie said “This is a gorgeous little book… if your kids read this they WILL...
  • Little Kiwis review Who said Kiwis can't fly? children's book

    To coincide with the upcoming launch of our new i candy book ‘Who said kiwi’s can’t fly’, we thought it would be a great opportunity to get some ki...
  • i candy: Making a business out of creativity - Idealog

    In 2000, Lisa Hamilton-Gibbs started a business by door-knocking retailers armed with her homemade range of 40 cards. Nearly 16 years on, her busin...
  • i candy in Canvas magazine

  • Lisa Hamilton Gibbs in Ponsonby News

    What were you going to be when you grew up? A doctor like my dad. How did you come to be a designer/writer? Through incredible frustration in the c...
  • Canvas reviews Who said Kiwis can't fly?

    "Kids will love this jaunty tale and Hamilton-Gibbs’ eye catching mixed-media illustrations."
  • Me & my car - NZ Herald

    By Donna McIntyre for the NZ Herald LISA HAMILTON-GIBBS, AUTHOR OF CHILDREN’S BOOK WHO SAID KIWIS CAN’T FLY? AND ICANDY.CO.NZ FOUNDER What do you l...
  • Radio Live interview about our childrens book

    Listen to the Radio Live interview with author Lisa Hamilton Gibbs as she explains the process of creating her new children’s book Who Said Kiwis ...
  • Book encourages children to follow their dreams - Scoop

    As self-belief books go, this one carries special messages not only for young readers. It’s also a metaphor for the author’s struggle to be true to...
  • Launching our first Children's Book!

    We are delighted to announce the launch of our new children’s book! This children’s book is written and illustrated by Lisa Hamilton-Gibbs, the fou...
  • A world where messages come from the art

    By Zoe Walker for the NZ Herald Lisa Hamilton-Gibbs has found a way to convey feelings through her creations.   Lisa Hamilton-Gibbs founded...
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