HPM have gone a little out and designed a range of coverplates for light switches and power outlets. A lot more interesting than the typical white. Found via Modernist Australia.
results for April, 2010
Illustrator representation agency The Jacky Winter Group have relaunched.
Lovely Package have a great article on the packaging of “Construction Technologies Australia”. Does anyone know who designed this?
Expat and Ex Art Director from Monocle Magazine Ken Leung has started his own studio, Modern Publicity. Based out of London, they already have quite a body of work, you can see above that their clean and timeless style shines through across print, branding and web. (You can also read our old interview with Ken […]
Bindarri are assembling an expert team of designers to produce the report so it is visually presented at the same high standard as the technical content. The report has been written by a group of experienced scientists and engineers from across industry and academia working Pro-Bono. This document will shift the Australian climate change debate […]
Self taught Shaun Noonan has some nice photos in his portfolio. Out of Perth.
Out of Brisbane, 19 year old Claire Kurzmann has developed a unique and cute style in her short time, and has truly been prolific.
Focusing on the works of Australia’s top ceramic artists, Potier sell the work of handcrafted ceramics through their Melbourne based store as well as online. Product images were art directed and styled by Grace Camobreco of Taylor & Grace, photography by Trudy Schuringa.
In May, the 2010 Next Wave Festival will premiere The Oak’s Bride, the latest offering from Melbourne’s new performance company, Red Moon Rising. The company’s primary stylistic influence stems from the avant-garde dance practice of butoh, which is often controversial in its extremity. Having studied extensively in Australia, Japan and Korea, Company founders and performers […]
Twin sisters Maricor & Maricar Manalo have launched their new website, amazing work already on there. Responsible for the Architecture in Helsinki video we posted about a while back. Covering illustration, print, web and motion, they do a lot of work for bands like Empire of the Sun and the Living End. Hugely talented, I […]
Christopher Haines is an illustrator and designer from Perth, Australia. He has been involved in digital media since 2001 and has worked with a number of international clients. His style is a complex mix of photography, 3d and digital painting which combines to create a bold and unique style.