We are in the process of redesigning the site, we will be looking at adding a bit more functionality into the site, and hopefully improving a few design flaws (without adding new ones). Side note: one help has been using clicktale.com (free) to view user interactions with the site (we have seen that there appears […]
results for May, 2009
I think it’s fairly certain that when it comes to graffiti, Melbourne is Australia’s capital. With that in mind comes a new book profiling the beginnings of Graffiti in Melbourne, from 83 -93: “Kings Way: The Beginning of Australian Graffiti”. Release date is July the 1st, with a launch party happening over at the ACMI. […]
Worth a post is the photo on the Nasa Earth Observatory website of Lake Eyre filling up with seasonal rainfall.
Cool short vid by Nash – it’s all fun and games until someone loses an eye. “Spider is a 9-minute action-thriller that gives an all-new meaning to old Peugeots, stunning blondes and love-jokes. The movie, written by Nash Edgerton and David Michod and soundtracked for the occasion by Australian singer-songwriter Ben Lee, was shot on […]
Western Australian surf label West Surfing have relaunched their site, courtesy of Joel Bindi.
Layfield Design is a multi disciplined studio based in Sydney. A lot of branding, identity, packaging and logos. Shown above is a campaign they commisioned on behalf of Australia Post.
Keeping with Holly Throsby, this time by illustrator Mel Stringer. Check out Mel along with 14 other great illustrators and Artists over at ‘the Hatch’ a sub-agency from the Jacki Winter Group. “Welcome to The Hatch, please mind the lights. Here you will find a ripe selection of young and emerging talents either just starting […]
Director: Mike Daly Musicians: Holly Throsby feat. Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy “A music video for the track ‘Would You?’ by Holly Throsby, with guest vocals by Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy. The song revolves around a simple question: “Would you want somebody new?”. The clip drifts slowly in and out of reality – lights pass and bodies fall, […]
May 2009: American born Renée Treml moved to Brisbane at the end of 2007, and judging by her work, hasn’t looked back. Her work is filled with Australian fauna in a variety of mediums, including scratchboard. What have you been up to lately? Right now I spend all of my studio-time working with scratchboard… lately […]
May 2009: Jeremy Geddes is based in Melbourne where he spends his time creating photo realistic paintings that portray extremes in emotion. He’s been published in several books and magazines, picking up a Spectrum Gold Award for his comic cover Doomed #4. Hey Jeremy, tell us a little about your background, when did you start […]
Based in Sydney, Australia, Anthelion Imaging has been running for nearly two years and is the brainchild of fashion photographer Veronica Evans. Specializing in fashion editorial and digital stills post production, AI is one of Sydney’s latest emerging digital studios.