LoveBento is a creative online project, created in Melbourne by Melissa Peters. Melissa is Creative Director at Citrus, and started LoveBento as a personal project, seeing the need for a site that features only the most loved stuff around town. Every week the LoveBento team scour the streets for the hottest and most loved bars, […]
results for January, 2009
Greenpeace Design Awards are coming up, the brief is to design a poster that delivers the message ‘Be a Part of the Action’. Entrants will have a chance to bring about real change in society as their work will be considered for use for major Greenpeace Australian Pacific campaigns. Greenpeace fundraising director Chris Washington-Sare says, […]
Kate McInnes (LoungeKat) and Sean Kelly (Bucket’o’Thought) present – Suit Up! Witness a spectacle of playing card finesse in a show like no other! Featuring 19 Australian artists from Street Art, Comic, and Illustration backgrounds, the Suit Up art exhibition was formed as a collaboration in the true sense of the word and hits No […]
From the National Grid Gallery in Sydney: DIRTY SHOW X – a global art phenomenon! Please join us for a drink on Friday 6th February from 6pm to 9pm at The National Grid Gallery. 24 Chard Road, Brookvale. On the same night, across the globe a Dirty Show X will be taking place, including Zurich, […]
If you are in Fremantle this saturday evening, head on down to “KIDS” the opening exhibition of Artist Abdul Abdullah and Photographer David C Collins. Saturday, January 31, 2009 6:30pm – 9:00pm Moores Building 46 Henry St Fremantle, Australia Map here.
This piece by Jeremy Geddes is disturbingly similar to our previous post on the Wil Anderson portrait by Matthew Quick. Thanks to Andrew from Design is Kinky.
Out of Melbourne, issue 8 of mixtape zine is available now for pre sale, with a run of only 1500 going to press. Front cover illustration by Madeleine Stamer from Little Circus Design.
“Wil of God” – Melbourne artist Matthew Quick has just finished his 2009 Archibald entry portrait of comedian/writer/broadcaster Wil Anderson. Previously Matt had painted Sigrid Thorton, Dylan Lewis and Cassie McGrath. Check out his work on www.matthewquick.com
The guys over at Iloura have finished this playful spot, titled The Summer Parade for Drumstick, Directed by Josh Simmonds & Nice Trees.
Wishing you all a happy Invasion Day – Er, I Mean, Australia Day! Anybody else think we should change the date for Australia day? Mick Dodson (Australian of the year) suggested Feb 13th, when the Rudd Government formally apologised to the stolen generations. Photo taken from John White’s ‘Australia’ photo set on Flickr