Our Story


Boogie beans brings to life that childish silly humour present within us all. Our goal is to inject joy, laughter and creativity to our friends and families through funny, punny graphics and beautifully crafted, ethically made clothing. 


We are a family of four from Melbourne, Australia. After the birth of our first child during March 2020, COVID & lockdown times in Melbourne led to many days of pondering and time to stir up our creative juices. 

True to mine and my partner’s sense of humour, over many groundhog days we playfully drummed up a range of puns of our favourite musicians. We instantly loved these characters and felt it was a waste to not bring them to life. When we spoke these puns out loud, we realized they encompassed the essence of who we were – fun, positive and a little bit kooky. 

We didn’t just want to slap a graphic onto a stock tee. We wanted it to be stylish and fun, something we would instantly dress our daughter (and ourselves!) in and that would encapsulate her character – funny, playful and truly "full of beans". 

We realized there was nothing quite like this out there in the world, and from that… Boogie Beans was born.


Environmental protection is no longer an option, it is essential to the success of our future as a planet and population. With this in mind, instilling these values into the everyday lives of our little beans is a priority for us here at Boogie Beans. As a result, we created the Boogie Beans line in Melbourne, our local stomping ground, utilizing sustainable, ethical & high quality local suppliers and manufacturers.

All cotton garments are made from fabric and dyes adhering to the Global Organic Textiles Standard (GOTS), free of hazardous elements such as nickel, lead, formaldehyde, amines, pesticides and heavy metals protecting farmers and their families as well as consumers. No genetically modified seeds or toxic dyes are used. No hazardous synthetic pesticides are used during the farming process. Benefits of the regulated organic farms include crop rotation conserves soil. Water is retained more effectively due to healthier organic material in the soil. Climate change is combatted through using less energy and healthy organic soils store more carbon.  

Although producing clothing will always have an impact, our objective is to minimize the impact as much as possible.