Bisj-poles carving by Stefanus Akanmor, Light in Winter 2014

  Stefanus is from the Asmat lands in West Papua and will carve this sculpture, for which the Asmat are internationally recognised. He sought asylum in Australia after arriving on traditional canoe in… Continue reading

Shrine of the Planets, Light in Winter 2014, Fed Square

Some pics from preparing the Shrine of Planets, an installation part of Federation Square‘s upcoming Light in Winter celebrations. The Shrine of the Planets has been conceived by Rob Bundle and Uncle Larry… Continue reading

The Light in Winter 2014: Shrines

  Fed Square’s Light in Winter celebrations have begun from last Sunday with the lighting of Leempeeyt Weeyn’, the Indigenous campfire designed by Vicki Couzens.   Experience art, music and performance from dusk… Continue reading

UPDATE: ASRC Food Justice Truck, raises $153,000!

  UPDATE: Taken from Start Some Good “An Australian non-profit, working with refugees and asylum seekers, has successfully raised over $153,000 (AUD) through crowdfunding to break the StartSomeGood.com record as biggest campaign of all time… Continue reading

Cafe Azul custom signage

I recently completed a bespoke signage order for Cafe Azul on Bridge Rd, Richmond. Amii and Jess where wanting something striking for the renovations of their cafe. They came to me with the… Continue reading

DIY: Furniture Restoration Introduction Workshop! Sunday, 2nd March, 2014

Register for the class here!

National day of climate action! This Sunday all around Australia! Get on it!

Urban Scavenger wrap up

G’day! Thanks to everyone who came down last weekend to check out Urban Scavenger at Eurisko! Had a great time doing it and some good chats with people. The novelty of having a… Continue reading

The Art of (im)possible! Unconference

Eurisko Melbourne, this weekend!

From DESIS mailing list: Saturday/Sunday 2-3 November 2013, Arts House Meat Market, North Melbourne If you’re looking to find an alternative to the race-season fever of cup weekend, Eurisko might just be your… Continue reading