27 May

FHS Fightback: A feminist resource kit designed by students

FHS Fightback: A feminist resource kit designed by students

I was privileged to have the opportunity to create a poster design in cahoots with the talented and inspirational crew at Good Hood and the FHS Feminist Collective. A much needed initative fueled by a collection of passionate students and teachers at Fitzroy High School. The aim of the project is to create a resource designed by and for high […]

30 April

Lost in the dream

Lost in the dream

Another juicy record from The War On Drugs was released in Australia last month. Lost In The Dream is a dense and lush affair. It’s been helping keep our ears and hands warm in the studio as we begin the descent into another Malmsbury winter. Spare a few minutes to check out the clip for Red Eyes off their latest […]

12 March

Crystal Stilts star crawlin’

Crystal Stilts star crawlin’

Beaut clip with tinges of psychedelic colour from the dreamy, drowsy and fuzzed out Crystal Stilts off their Nature Noir record. Currently on rotation in the studio as we wind down from a hot, dry summer into more relaxed autumnal weather. Crystal Stilts – Star Crawl  

14 October

The art of sign painting

The art of sign painting

An inspirational look at the art, craft and business of traditional sign writing. The Sign Painters Movie, directed by Faythe Levine and Sam Macon is an 80 minute documentary movie about the dedicated practitioners, their time-honoured methods, and their appreciation for quality and craftsmanship. Sign Painters, the first anecdotal history of the craft, features the […]

7 October

Painting for the greater good

Painting for the greater good

Australian artist, David ‘Meggs’ Hooke has partnered with Good Hood and not-for-profit food rescue organisation, FareShare on a mural for Australia’s largest charity kitchen. The friendly fellows over at Good Hood have been busy as ever of late and have released their debut video ‘Meggs paints FareShare‘. The final result is a beautiful mini-documentary that captures the collaborative process at work. Check out […]

1 October

Seth Searle: lines and shapes

Seth Searle: lines and shapes

There’s some kind of magic that appears in Melbourne artist, Seth Searle’s work. Beautiful lines and shapes merge and dance rhythimically on parchment, imbuing a seemingly effortless and natural imprint of her subjects’ character. Seth also created an incredible illustration of our dog Dusty a few months ago. Enjoy a few of Seth’s beautiful pieces below […]

24 September

Charles Bukowski: don’t waste your life

Charles Bukowski: don’t waste your life

Author Charles Bukowski in a letter to a friend about finally “breaking free” of his job and being able to write: And what hurts is the steadily diminishing humanity of those fighting to hold jobs they don’t want but fear the alternative worse. People simply empty out. They are bodies with fearful and obedient minds. […]

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