Drawing, Design and Creativity

How Ink Is Made

Webinar Replay – Variable Concept Aft Techniques for Game Environments with Ken Fairclough

 

AREA Artist of the Year Jorge Baldeón

The Most Important Object In Computer Graphics History Is This Teapot

The teapot quickly became a beloved staple of the graphics community. Teapot after teapot graced the pages and covers of computer graphics journals.  “Anyone with a new idea about rendering and lighting would announce it by first trying it out on a teapot,” writes animator Tom Sito in Moving Innovation. “We saw the teapot rendered as if made of alabaster, red brick, leopard skin, and animal fur.” Most famously, a 1987 paper introduced an image casually described as the five Platonic solids plus the “newly discovered Teapotahedron.

Computer Algorithm Turns Videos into Living Van Goghs

Computers are becoming rather versatile copycats, thanks to deep-learning algorithms.  Just last year, researchers “trained” machines to transfer the brushstrokes of iconic artists onto any still image. Now, Manuel Ruder and a team of computer scientists from the University of Freiburg in Germany have taken the technology a step further: They’re altering videos. The team’s style transfer algorithm makes clips from Ice Age or the television show Miss Marple appear as living paintings crafted by the likes of Van Gogh, Picasso or any other artist. And the results speak for themselves.

The new rules for Artists of the 21st Century

The 21st century has started. A while for some but not too long for most. There is a “new” industry on the rise of digital entertainment and we are part – actually in the center of it. The moment you create content you are the brought media and sucked into their new rules. In the last years of our digital age there is a shift coming. Like the highly effective production model of standardizing assembly lines which made Henry Ford changing our ways to produce consumable goods. We experience a never seen connectivity through the internet and the shareness of digital files. Your craft can reach millions of people which in return means you are competing with millions of artists.

ARE YOU AN IT SPECIALIST OR A CREATIVE ARTIST?

Love it or hate it, the high tech world of VFX is necessarily interweaved with IT – and consequently, all of the complexities that come with it. That’s why when handling this unavoidable business element, two very different camps tend to exist within the industry.

First you have the artist who would prefer to simply use IT infrastructure as a means to an end.  If something goes wrong, this individual’s first instinct is, rightly, to call support versus tinkering. Then there are those who thrive on IT – the tech-geeks who absolutely love getting their minds and hands deep into the machinery. These individuals are happy to maintain the long tradition of “building your own” solutions to adapt to project demands – a tradition that keeps the industry proudly cutting edge, and that’s led to some of its most prized products.

Behind the scenes of the BBC Winter Olympics animation

The BBC has been building up to the start of its 2018 Winter Olympics coverage in the UK with a campaign centred around a distinctive animation. Called ‘The Fearless are Here’, the campaign is the creation of creative agency Y&R Londonand animators Smith & Foulkes at Nexus Studios.

Get creative with this online inspo

Creative blocks can happen to anyone and are pretty common, so don’t beat yourself up if you find yourself stuck. We’re lucky to live in an age where we have unprecedented wealth of ideas and visual information shared online, not to mention there’s also a bunch of handy creative tools on the ‘net. We’ve found some of the best of them to help you get inspired, brush up on your skills and work through any pesky blocks you may have. Even if you’re not working on a project right now, have a look through and see what’s out there – you never know, it may help you down the track!

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Digital catalogue of the 21st Biennale of Sydney, SUPERPOSITION: Equilibrium & Engagement.  The catalogue includes a post-exhibition essay by Artistic Director of the 21st Biennale of Sydney, Mami Kataoka, detailing her curatorial methodology. Importantly, it provides a visual record of all works in the exhibition by the 69 participating artists and artist collectives across all venues. We are also pleased to include an essay by Professor Terry Smith on the history of the Biennale of Sydney in the 1970s and 1980s.  Publishing the catalogue in a free digital version, reflects the commitment of the Biennale of Sydney to free access, for all. For those who wish to acquire a copy of the limited print edition, this will be available for purchase in the New Year.  As 2018 draws to a close, we are proud to reflect on the success of the 21st Biennale of Sydney, which attracted visitation of over 850,000, the highest level in its 45-year history.

With warm wishes,

Off the Record

“DESIGN

CREATES CULTURE

CULTURE

SHAPES VALUES

VALUES

DETERMINE THE FUTURE”  Robert L Peters

The understanding of all creatures is relative to their field of perception, involving illusion, confusion and delusion creating their reality.  Maya is the illusory creative force of the supreme lord.

Life is about how we perceive things and in our images we may want to keep it clean and simple, not loading it down with information, have a point of focus, an area of interest where we are directing the audience and creating the emotion of the moment.

What is the best way to present the information.

When we are creating our visions we think doubt the mood, style, patterns of light, textural references, camera moves, simplicity, clarity, colour, structure, balance and creating depth with things such as additive keying, blurs, transparency and opacity.  We can colour code different elements to tie them together, soften edges and use vignetted edges.

Using all of this to create and control why types of information are available and how we present our vision.

2D artists which do the daily/weekly/monthly challenge topic

MODERN  ART  SHORTHAND

The thing is all of this stuff has now become our reality.

DUCHAMP, MARC, MALEVICH, MONDRIAN, MIRO, ARP, KLEE, KANDINSKY, BRACK, WHITELY, CHRISTO, MAGRITTE, LIECHTENSTEIN, WARHOL, POLLOCK, STELA, ARKLEY, DOONS, GOLDSWORTHY.

PIONEERS, REBELS, REVOLUTIONARIES, MINIATURISERS, ROCK STARS, PARTNERS and  VISIONARIES

SAUL BASS film title designer, HENRY DREYFUSS industrial designer AM CASSANDRA poster designer, FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT architect, BENTON fashion retailer and magazine publisher, MAN RAY photographer, STEVE WOZNIAK computer designer, JOSHUA DAVIS, web designer, JAMIE REID graphic designer, JONATHAN BARNBROOK graphic designer, ADJUSTERS MEDIA FOUNDATION culture jammers, MAMBO design collective, EL LISSITZKY graphic designer and typographer, BAUHAUS art and design school, WOLFING WEINGART typographer, COCO CHANEL fashion designer, ALEX ISSIGONIS car designer, JOE COLOMBO industrial designer and architect, SONY electronics company, MARY QUANT fashion designer, NARC NEWSON industrial designer, NEVILLE BRODY graphic designer, PHILLIPS STARCK industrial designer and architect, RAYMOND LOEWY industrial designer, CHARLES and RAY EAMES architects and furniture designers, WALTER BURLEY GRIFFIN and  MARION MAHONY architects, GRANT and MARY FEATHERSTONE furniture designers, GILBERT and GEROGE artists, FRITZ LANG film director, ROBERTO BURIE MARS landscape designer, JOHANNES ITTEN design teacher, LE CORBUSIER architect.

OPTICAL  ILLUSIONS:  The Lie of the Eye

How easily we deceive ourselves with the mind-bending history of visual or optical illusions.  Is the opposite to illusion reality? Is what we think to be real an illusion? The paradoxical nature of illusion. We have learnt to see things with perspective, the Renaissance painting using perspective that we have become familiar with, we assume to know what we see.

VICTOR VASARELY  ( Vonal Stri), MC ESCHER, RENE MAGRITTE, SALVADOR DALI, WACHOWSKI BROTHERS:  The Matrix,  Morpheus as we do not separate the possible from the impossible.

People running from the cinema because the train was coming straight for them, they took the illusion to be true.  The world has become illusion through the non-reality of media and communication, no absolute truth, just different versions of reality in our minds. The rules can be bent, the contradictions to our reality.

LESSON BUCKET:  Brett Lamb is a media educator and writer. He is co-author of Heinemann Media, a regular contributor to the magazine Screen Education and maintains the media education website www.lessonbucket.com. Throughout his career, Brett has presented workshops and seminars on topics as diverse as comic books, film noir, superhero narratives, social networking, action movies, filmmaking, Final Cut Pro and VCE Media. He has worked for the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA), Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA), the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) and the Intellectual Property Awareness Foundation (IPAF). He currently works for East Doncaster Secondary College.

AREA  AUTODESK The AREA CG Gallery showcases CG artist’s best work using Autodesk software, including 3ds Max, Maya, Maya LT and Mudbox. Upload and share your work in the AREA community.

AGDA Design Awards 2017

Reverse-Engineering a Genius (Has a Vermeer Mystery Been Solved?)

Deviant Art:  a devious collection of undiscovered artists waiting to be found

Japan’s New Satellite Captures an Image of Earth Every 10 Minutes

What’s in a Font? How Fonts Can Define Your Design  You’ve been asked to design something. Maybe it’s a flyer advertising your company’s next seminar. Maybe it’s the invitations to your friend’s wedding. You know what you want the project to look like. You know what tone you want to convey, but for some reason your ideas aren’t coming across in the final design.  If this sounds familiar, take a look at your fonts.

James Gurney webblog

James Gurney youtube

PLANETARY  ART

by Adolf Schaller and Donna Tracy at Griffith Observatory in the Gunther Depths of Space Exhibit

KINGSTON ARTS

The City of Kingston boasts a vibrant arts and cultural scene, hosting a variety of arts spaces, arts and cultural organisations and services, professional and non-professional artists, creative industries and arts workers.  Kingston Arts aims to build on these strengths, increase the profile and support of creative industries within the community and foster more opportunities for creative engagement and cultural tourism.

WHY 3D ARTISTS WANT TO LEARN 2D

3 TECHNIQUES TO APPLY TO YOUR CREATURE DESIGNS, WITH BRYNN METHENEY

5 TIPS FOR BRINGING A FANTASY WORLD TO LIFE WITH COLOR, WITH RYAN LEE

How to create an animated scene

ACMI  Shaun Tan’s The Lost Thing:  From book to film

ACMI Shaun Tan – The Lost Thing

Set in a city overrun by bureaucracy, Shaun Tan’s picture book The Lost Thing tells the story of a boy who befriends a strange creature that doesn’t fit any of the available pigeon holes.  Melbourne-based production company Passion Pictures Australia invited Shaun to direct an animated version of The Lost Thing. Several years later, the Oscar®-winning short film emerged.  Shaun Tan discusses aspects of his work and the collaboration with Passion Pictures to make the animated version of his book.

Shaun Tan Educational Resource

ryoji ikeda studio

Ballistic Publishing

CONCEPT ART Bechance with Danny Australia.  Cartooning, Character Design and Illustration

CONCEPT ART with THE FLYING DUTCHMAN  Art and Illustration by Hendrik Gericke

How to trace Using Only Tracing Paper and Lead Pencil for Visual Artists

Steven SahlbergGraig MullinsRyan ChurchPascal BlanchéStephan MartiniereJohn Berkley,  Syd MeadRalph McQuarrieH.R. TigerDaniel Dociu,  Jim BurnsRoger Dean

MOOMIN Creators of the new Moomin animated TV series explain its unique look

How to make your character design illustrations more realistic

Poulain Fanny is a digital illustrator from Paris. She loves creating realistic worlds and characters and in this article she provides some great insight on how to add realism to your own artwork.  I would describe my inspiration process as a melting pot between my own universe which I have been creating for the past 13 years and things that I have always loved like video games, movies, books and artists. Sometimes, I have a precise idea of what I want to draw , but most of the time I just let my imagination take the lead.  For this character, I wanted to create something inspired by the Victorian Era which I’ve always admired but adding a twist of modernity with big and strange shape.

Beautiful concept art released ahead of the new Moomin animated series for TV garnered a lot of excitement, including from ourselves.  But it wasn’t enough – we wanted to find out more about the overall aesthetic of the series, based on Finnish illustrator and writer Tove Jansson’s original novels.

Confessions from a Realist Portrait Artist

Before starting a new piece, I compare my previous portrait to the photo reference and pinpoint what I could improve more on. From this, I’ve noticed quite a large improvement in my work.

NATIONAL GALLERY OF AUSTRALIA  Delving Into the Photoreal World of Disney’s ‘Jungle Book’ Remake

PIXAR SHORT: PIPER CONCEPT ART AND MAKING OF

So. Algorithms Are Designing Chairs Now

Location scouting for Hacksaw Ridge: Interview with Edward Donovan

Glitch Art using displacement with Jeremy Nealis

Create Concept Art for VR

One of the greatest projects I have had the opportunity to work on was TerraChi – A VR meditation experience.  I worked collaboratively with a team as the lead concept artist. This project was mentored under the guidance of the UTS Animal Logic Academy.  A lot of inspiration came from ancient Chinese temples, structures, and landscapes. My first task was to create initial sketches and concepts of what TerraChi could look like and be. And with help from colleagues, we set out to define the art style of the game.

Creating Comics Using Photoshop Brushes

Learn how illustrator Daniel Presedo has perfected the use of digital painting tools to create comic illustrations. Even as a child, Daniel was always drawing. His transition to digital art has been a search for marrying his love for sketchbooks with the necessity of digital execution. “I realized I was trying to marry basic, analog artwork with electronic work, and at the same time, trying to make it less obvious that I was using electronics over analog work,” Daniel says. “But I’ve always, always used Photoshop and the tools there in some form. I found balance in discovering how to still have an authentic signature in my digital work. There’s nothing wrong with digital. It’s a beautiful canvas too.”

Bringing Color to Comics: An Interview with Alex Sinclair

Photoshop is one of those programs leveraged by a huge variety of artists and creatives to tap into their passions and assorted disciplines. In Alex Sinclair’s case, that passion is color, brought to life through Photoshop and the collaborative world of comics.  This wildly talented comic book colorist is known for his work with comic greats like Jim Lee and Scott Williams. On the heels of Comic-Con, we caught up with Alex to discuss his colorful career and collaborations.

How we made it: Long Winter Studios’ 10 facts on “Wall of Death”

To celebrate the release of Maya 2018, Long Winter Studios crafted the short film “Wall of Death,” featuring the best of Maya’s animation and modeling workflows. Here’s a peek at what inspired them and powered them through the process, from concept to final renders.

WAYNE HAAG

I was born in Melbourne, Australia. Received my BA in Photography with distinction at RMIT in 1994 and started my professional art career matte painting on The Fifth Element and Red Corner at Digital Domain in 1996. I have matte painted for Farscape the TV series, The Lord of the Rings films 1 & 2 and most recently completed concept art for the films, The Wolverine, Maze Runner, Unbroken, Gods of Egypt and Alien: Covenant.  My real passion is painting science fiction in traditional oil paint however.

Everything I’ve learned in the film industry I’m now applying to my own vision which is very exciting. I’d be happier if my painting skills could catch up to that vision though! My current SF oil paintings reflect the desire I had to paint traditional matte paintings which I never got the chance to do professionally. Oil painting now allows me to extend beyond just the environment imagery and begin to tell stories set in these worlds.

CG Society  | CG Spectrum | Rebus Farm | Autodesk  |  Chaos Group 

LINKS FOR

 

DESIGN

The Golden Key by Jonathan Quintin

ADOBE

Founded as a German art school in 1919, Staatliches Bauhaus—commonly known simply as Bauhaus—would remain in operation for only 14 years before closing under pressure from Germany’s Nazi regime. Nonetheless, the school’s ideology and founding principles lived on in the Bauhaus movement, which had a monumental impact on art across a spectrum of disciplines, from architecture to graphic design to typography. And now, in 2018, working at one of the original Bauhaus school buildings in Dessau, Germany, renowned typographer Erik Spiekermann and a team of design students have created digital typefaces based on type sketches and fragments that were hand-drawn at the school in the 1920s and 1930s—and these typefaces are coming to Adobe Typekit.

Showcase & Discover Creative Work

GRAPHIC DESIGNER GOO-RYONG KANG: FINDING THE LOST MEANING OF LETTERS  The South Korean designer Goo-Ryong Kang is fascinated by letterforms—primarily the letters of Hangeul, the Korean alphabet, though he often works with other alphabets—and in his designs, letters and images are combined in unique, expressive ways. We met up with Kang at Seoul’s National Hangeul Museum. On the third floor, a special exhibition introducing Kang’s works, titled Hangeul Design: Prototypes and Future of the Korean Alphabet, was underway.

Vanseo Design

19 factors that impact compositional balance

3 types of rhythm you can create visually

AFTRS:  Composition and the Elements of Visual Design

Art Appreciation:  the principles of design

Art Design and Visual Thinking

Art Layers:  Repetition and Leftovers

Classic Elements of Visual Design

Why do Colours have a Visual Weight

DESKTOP The Culture of Design

The Anatomy of Space with Trigger

Colour psychology and how it affects your brand

Do Colours have Weight

Design of Balance and Symmetry

Design Instruct

Design Principles and Elements:  part 2 balance

Design Principles:  Smashing Magazine

Composition Balance, Symmetry and Asymmetry 

Visual Weight and Direction

Digital Visualisation

Electric Living Home: Principles of Design

Elements and Principles of Visual Design

Examples of Principles of Design

Examples of Design Principles

Go Media

Graphic Design Principles : the keys to graphic success

Ian Wright Travel Photography:  Design Elements

LOGO DESIGNS | create a free logo

Man Aleaf’s EGD Blog;  Principles of Design

Mrs Cook’s Art Class:  Principles of Design

NHS Designs

SFCC Graphic Design and TUTORIALS

Seven Design Components

7 Basic Design Principles Examples

Smashing Magazine:  Design Principles

Composition Balance, Symmetry and Asymmetry 

Visual Weight and Direction

Spoon Graphics

Paul Klee’s Personal Note Books

Principles of Design: Scale and Proportion

Principles of Repetition and Pattern

Principles of Design

Principles of Good Design

Principles of Design

Rhythm;  basic principles of design

Visual Literacy: Design Principles

Variety

Harmony

Yellowtrace Design

PHOTO COMPOSITION ARTICLES

SOME RECOMMENDED  BOOKS

  • Simplified Drawing for Planning Animation – Wayne Gilbert
  • Dynamic Figure Drawing – Burne Hogarth
  • Basic Principles of Design – Manfred Maier
  • The Natural Way to Draw – Kimon Niclolaides
  • The Art of Perspective Drawing – The Grumbacher Library
  • Judith Baker Author  The Oo in Uluru is a fun Australian themed phoneme story that teaches young readers about the long vowel Oo and where they can find it in different words.  Set in the Uluru-Kata-Tjuta National Park, a young girl explores the spectacular wildlife and nature of the Anangu. Beautifully illustrated by Janie Frith the rich colours and vibrant use of multi-media enhance the magical experience of Uluru

A Surreal Memory: An evening of live drawing by Thomas Campi with music by Daniel Shaw

Thomas Campi  MACARONI!  “The touching story of a child, Romeo, getting to know his grandfather, Ottavio, an Italian immigrant living in Belgium. But there are some surprises in store for Romeo during his visit. Ottavio , beneath his old, grouchy exterior, conceals the hard life he has led, full of suffering and sacrifice. It started off as just a short holiday to a grey Belgian town. But this holiday turns into an opportunity for three generations of men to lift the silence that surrounds them. A touching story about Italian immigration, coal mining, communication between the generations and the difficultly in talking when you’ve spent your whole life in silence.” http://www.dupuis.com/macaroni/bd/macaroni-macaroni/63978

JOHN  BERGER

John Berger / Ways of Seeing , Episode 1 (1972)

John Berger and Susan Sontag / To Tell A Story (1983)

John Berger About Time

Hung in Time: John Berger draws Tilda Swinton

Rear Window – JOHN BERGER ­ WRITER, PAINTER, ART CRITIC

Blotted Line Lesson from The Andy Warhol Museum

Alan Watts & David Lindberg – Why Your Life Is Not A Journey

Nephtali » by Glen Keane

Painting Rajah from “Aladdin” in Photoshop

William Kentridge on His Process

Introducing: Marmoset Hexels

The NeoLucida is a drawing aid and a modern reinterpretation of the camera lucida, trace what you see. 

Intro to Environment Art with Andres Rodriguez

John Berkey – Sci-Fi Artist

Edge of Tomorrow – End Credits: Preview (2014) | SD

The Artist: Josh Ellingson

Bill Shannon Wearable Video Mask

OTHER DESIGN AREAS

INDESIGNLIVE   A Professional Resource for the Design Curious

INDE AWARDS  Our region’s design on the global stage

ABEY  Kitchen & Bathroom Taps, Sinks, Accessories

ACRE  Landscapes

ADEPT

ADESIGN STUDIO  Lighting

AEG  Mark Best, Chef and AEG Ambassador

AJAR  Design, Furniture, Joinery, LIghting, Homewares

ALEXIS DORNIER  Architecture, Design

ARCHITECTUS  Architects, Interior Architects, Urban Designers, Urban Planners

ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURE  Contemporary Architecture, Design

ARM  Architecture

ARMA  Transdiciplinary Architecture, expertise in complex buildings

ANDREW DONALDSON  Architecture & Design

ARTICOLO  Lighting

ARTEFACT  Furniture

AUSTRAL PLYWOODS

AUSTRALIAN CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART

BAABUK  Shoes

BATESSMART  Architecture

B & B  Furniture

BEAUONT STUDIO, THE   Tiles

BEN CALLERY  Architects

BJORK

BOLD COLLECTIVE, THE   Interior Design, Graphic Design

BRANCH STUDIO  Architects

BRAVE NEW ECO  Interior, Retrofit and Ecological Design

BREATHE  Arrchitecture

BRICK PIT, THE  Recycled Bricks

BROWN JORDAN  Fireplaces

BVN  Architects

CARR  Architecture, Interiors

CDK  Terrazzo

CHANG  Architects

CHESHIRE  Architects

CplusC  Architecural Design

CORINTHIAN DOORS  Doors, Mouldings, Wardrobes

CRAIGTAN  Archtiects

CULT  Designer Furniture

DELOITTE AUSTRALIA

DESIGN BY THEM  Functional Art

DESIGN HOTELS

DESIGNER RUGS

DIDIER   Furniture, Lighting, Rugs, Storage

DION HORSTMANS  Sculptor

DOMO  Furniture, Lighting, Homewares

EARTH HOUSE  Rammed Earth

ECO GROUP  Maximising Salvageable Materials

ECOSMART  Fireplaces

E-NRG  Fireplaces

EDIBLE EDEN DESIGN  Garden Education

ENPHASE  Smart Solar

EWDWARDS MOORE

FEARON HAY  Architects

FIONA LYNCH  Interior Design

FIVE AM

FLOS  Lighting

FOODORA  Food Delivery

FOOMANN  Architects

FOR PEOPLE  Workplace Seating

FORBO  Floor Coverings, Building and Construction Adhesives, Power Transmission, Conveyor Belt Solutions

FRED GANIM  Furniture

GARDENS AT NIGHT  Outdoors

GECA  Good Environmental Choice Australia | Flooring | Sustainable Solutions for Planet and People

GENESIN  Architectural, Interior Design

GRAM  Architecural Workshops

GAN  Rugs

GRAY PUKSAND Archtiecture

GRAZIA  Furniture Design

GREEN Magazine

GUNJAN AYLAWADI  Visual Artist, Weaving with Paper

GUNNERSEN Designer Plywood Panels

HABITUS LIVING  Magazine

HAIKU  Ceiling Fan, Light Fixtures

HASSELL  Urban Futures

HAY   Furniture, Lighting, Accessories

HUB  Furniture

HUEST  Furniture, Lighting, Homewares, Art

HUNGRY WOLD STUDIO  Concrete Specialists

INKSTER  Lighting

INRES  Kitchen & Bathroom Fittings and Cabinet Hardware

IITTALA  Homeware

IKEA  Ready-to-assemble Fruniture, Kitchens, Home accessories, Home Goods

INTERSTUDIO  Furniture |  European, Scandinavian, Australian

JAMES HOWE  Furniture, Objects

JANETTA KERR-GRANT  Ceramic Artist

JARDAN  Furniture

JANUS et Cie  Furniture

JORDANA MAISIE  Architecture, Ogject, Lighting Design

JOYCE WANG  Designs Spaces

JYA  Architects

KARTELL  Design

KELWIN WONG  Architect, Graphic Designer

KEN DONE  Art, Design, Tourism

KITCHEN THEORY  Gastrophysics & Multisensory Dining

KUBE

LAVA  Laboratory for Visionary Architecture

LETO  BAMBOO  Flooring

LINDSEY WHERRETT  Ceramics

LITTLE VEGGIE PATCH  Helping People Grow Food

LIVING EDGE  Ergonomic Fruniture Design

LUMIL  Lighting Design

MAKE IT WOOD  Sourced Responsibility, Planet Ark

MARC PASCAL  Lighting

MARK TUCKEY   Furniture

MARTI GUIXE  Design

METHVEN Designer Tapware and Accessories

METTA ENERGY Renewable Energy Solutions

MIKA  Architecture

MOLONEY   Architects

MOROSO   Sofas and Seating

MORTEN and JONAS  Domestic Object Design

MOTHER of PEARLS & SONS  Architectural Hardware, Kitchen & Joinery Hardware

MPAVILION  Innovative Civic Space

MVRDV  Skyscrapers

NANIMARQUINA  Rug Design

NASA  National Aeronautics and Space Administration

NATHAN DAY  Furniture

NEST  Architects

NICHOLAS GURNEY  Compact Space Design

NINGALOO DISCOVERY  Eco Tourism

NOTEL  hotel, 31 foot trailers

OFFICE SPECTRUM Work Spaces

OFF GRID ENERGY Solar & Battery Systems

OLNEE  Rammed Earth Walls, Buildings, Houses

ONE COLLECTIVE  Urban Design Studio

ORGATEC  Visionary Concepts for a New Work Culture

PAPEROCK  Composite Building Materials

PARISI  Interior Producrs

PAVEEZZI  Flooring

PHOENIX  Tapeware, Showers & Accessories

PHORM  Architecture, Design

PREMIUM FLOORS AUSTRALIA  Timber, Liminate, Vinyl, Bamboo, Cork

QCONS  Construction Consulting, Designing and Managing

ROAM   Coliving and Coworking Community testing teh boundaries between work, travel and life adventure

ROBERT WELCH  Homeware

ROCHE BOBOIS   Furniture, Lighting, Home Furnishings

ROCKWELLGROUP  Experiences and Built Environments

ROGER SELLER  Bathware and Kitchen Cabinetry

RORY UNITE  Furniture, Interior Design

ROSS GARDAM  Contemporary Furniture and Lighting

ROTHELOWMAN  Architecutre, Interiors, Urban Design

ROYAL OAK FLOORS  Flooring

SAL SALIS  Ningaloo Reef, 15 Wilderness Tents

SALLY DRAPER Architects

SAMANTHAEADES  Design 

SCREENWOOD  Design and manufacture modular linear timber systems

SEALASASH  Window Renewal Systems

SENSA  Natural Stone

SHAC  Architecture Design

SHACKY  Amazing Australian Locations

SIREN DESIGN  Interior Design

SJB  Architecture, Interiors, Urban Design, Urban Planning

SKITSCH  Homeware, Furniture

SNOHETTA  Architecture, Landscapes, Interiors, Product Design, Graphic Design

SPACE  Furniture, Lighitng, Objects

SPECIALITY TREES

STEFFEN WELSCH  Architects

STELLAR WORKS  Furniture

STROMTECH  Architectural Grates and Drains

STUDIO MUMBAI  Architects

STYLE CRAFT  Contemporary Furniture

SUN BRELLA  Fabrics

SUNDAY PEARCH  Handcrafted Homewares

SUPER HERO CLUB HOUSE  Eco-Performance

SUSTAINABLE LIVING FABRICS  Upholstery Fabrics

SYNTEKO  Flooring and Finishes

TAIT Outdoor Furniture

TAMSIN JOHNSON  Interior Designer

TANJA BEER  Ecological Designer

TECHNE  Architecture, Interior Design

THIEF, THE

TIDE  Furniture

TIMBER REVIVAL  Recycled and Reclaimed Australian Hardwoods

TOM FEREDAY  Furniture, Lighting

TONGUE N GROOVE  Oak Flooring

TOPOLOGY

TRANSWALTON   Entertainmenmt, Retail, Residential Space Design

UNIOS  Lighting

UNISPACE  Global Design and Construction Professionals

URBAN  GROWERS  Edible Gardens in Urban Spaces

VANTOT  Lighting

VERPAN  Furniture, Lighting

VOLA  Tapeware

WALTER KNOLL  Furniture

WILKHAHN  Office Furniture

WQOODBEAST  Unique Plywood Furniture, Kitchens, Joinery

WOODSBAGOT  Development of Communities

WOVEN IMAGE  High-performance, quality fabrics for a wide range of commercial interiors

ZANOTTA   Product Design

AUSTRALIAN BEAUTY

With Thom Whilton & Lisa Teh

ANNA MITSIOS Edible Beauty Founder

ANNA ROSS  Kester Black founder

CARLA OATES  The Beauty Chef Founder

CARTIA MALLAN Beauty Blogger

ELEANOR PENDLETON  Gritty Pretty Founder

ELLE MACPHERSON  Supermodel & Entrepreneur

FUMI YAMAMOTO  Zen Facial

HEIDI HAMOUD  Beauty Blogger

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JO HORGAN  Mecca Founder

JO JACKSON  the Lab Organics founder

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KIRSTEN CARRIOL Lano Founder

LAUREN CURTIS Beauty Blogger

LINDA JEFFERYES  Makeup Artist

LIZ KELSH  Makeup Artist

MEGAN LARSEN  Sodashi Founder

MELANIE GRANT   Skin Expert

NAPOLEON PERDIS  Napoleon Perdis Cosmetics founder

NIGEL STANISLAUS Makeup Artist

NONI SMITH  Makeup Artist

RAE MORRIS  Makeup Artist

SHELLEY SULLIVAN  Modelco Founder

TOBI HENNEY Makeup Artist

 

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