GW Art will be at The Hub Coworking’s Christmas Pop Up Shop Tomorrow!


GW Art will be at The Hub Coworking’s Christmas Pop Up Shop tomorrow from 10am – 6pm and there will be some deals!

Remember to come and collect your Orders during that time as well and browse the New Items.

The New GW Art Collection that was launched at the end of October is SOLD OUT! Thanks so much to all my Loyal Customers. But not to worry, I will be bringing back replicas of some of the favourites if you missed out or want more.

Get the ‘It’s Always Wine O’Clock’ Table/Desktop for your Wine Cooler, Bar top, Liquor trolley or any surface you desire like this happy customer here!


Other favourites such as ‘Martini Madness’, ‘Petals 2’ and variations of others will be there too!


Martini Madness

If you didn’t get to order your ‘Joy’ Bottle for Christmas that sold like hot bread, there will be more!


Get your Vintage-Rustic décor going too with the new designs for your home. Mason jars will also be on SALE.



Please make some time in your busy holiday schedules and stop by The Hub Coworking on Lady Musgrave Road tomorrow. You won’t regret it.

Support GW Art and other Jamaican Entrepreneurs!

***The GW Art Gallery is also on the website! New pieces shown above will be added soon.

GW Art Contact Information:


Looking forward to seeing you soon!
By: Gabrielle Burgess
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Come Support GW Art at The Hub Coworking TSO Pop-Up Shop Tomorrow!

Please come out TOMORROW and support Gabby from Suga Lifestyle’s new GW Art Collection at The Hub Coworking’s TSO Pop-Up Shop from 6:30pm-12am. 

It’s at the New Grey and Red Professional Suites on the corner at 34 Lady Musgrave Road. Unit #18. 

Desktop/Tabletops and Decorative Items will be on SALE. They are awesome ideas for Gifts as well!

By: Gabrielle Burgess
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Christmas in July happening now until 6pm at The Jamaica Pegasus

The Ministry of Tourism is hosting Christmas in July from 11am-6pm TODAY at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel.

Check out locally made gift items that will be on display.

No sales will be made today but be sure to get contact information and order your gifts.

Be sure to check out the buzzing new crochet line, Eli’s Knits and Knots specializing in cosy hats, clothes, stuffed animals and dolls, blankets and more for the young ones!

Nataya Skyers-Davis for Eli’s Knits and Knots


Skunk Nation brings Car Enthusiasts together for a Cause

First of all, what is Skunk Nation? Skunk Nation represents Jamaica’s ‘Stinkest’ (Eye catching), finest machines a.k.a. cars. Whether it’s the paint job, rims, tints etc., it is all about the time, effort, skill and vision becoming reality while building and supporting local at the same time.

Two Saturdays ago, Skunk Nation had their annual ‘Xmas Charity for the Kids’ that Suga attended at Susie’s Bakery in South Dale Plaza, which brought Skunk rides by different teams across Jamaica together for a good cause.

Persons were asked to bring gifts to drop in their gift drums or to make monetary donations.

Cars were on display of course and Dancehall Artiste, Tanto Blacks made quite a memorable appearance. It was an exciting night of dancers, music and freestyling.

Throughout the night as the liquor flowed and the vibe got ‘rich’, persons felt more inclined to drop money in the boxes carried around by Skunk Nation’s team of girls.

Donations such as strollers and more were handed over to Mary’s Child Girls Home last week with the aid of sponsors, Truck Stop, Sparkles Productions, Chun Scents, Ship n’ Go and KMS Distributors to name a few.


Nicholas Lue hands over some donations to Ms. Williams of Mary’s Child Girls Home last week

Well done Skunk Nation!

Follow Skunk Nation on Instagram @skunknationja or @skunknation or like them on Facebook, Skunk Nation Ja. Find out when their next event will be!


Get your Blessing bead Bracelets and support JET today!



Image: JET’s Instagram page- jamentrust1991

JET’s custom made Story & Myth Blessing bead bracelets are available now for $1500JMD!

Move over Pandora and Happi Beads! These Blessing bead bracelets are the new craze and they are affordable and available in all of your favourite colours. They will make excellent Christmas gifts.

What does each Bracelet have or come with?

Each bracelet has a unique leaf charm, a tiny JET tag and is accompanied by a card that can also be used as a gift tag. The leaf charm comes in different colours.

What are the Bracelets made of?

They are made from seeds of a grass called Job’s Tears and are assembled by people with physical disabilities.

Proceeds support Jamaica Environment Trust.

Where can you get your Blessing bead Bracelets?

JET’s Office at 123 Constant Spring Road. Unit 5. Kingston 8.

Monarch Pharmacy (All locations)

Blow by Blow (Loshusan)

Craft Cottage (Village Plaza)

*They will also be sold at Market at the Lawn this December 13 & 20