Tag Archive: melbourne

Neel Dey Furniture

Over the last year I have been working again with furniture maker Neel Dey. It’s been great working again with Neel and furniture. He’s opened up a new space in Collingwood, Melbourne in… Continue reading

Park(ing) Day installation with Codesign Studio

Below are some photos of the Park(ing) Day installation I collaborated on with CoDesign Studio.

UPLOADED: DESIS Lab Melbourne, Q&A panel discussion 2012

Panel discussion with Cameron Tonkinwise (Parsons New School for Design and Carnegie Mellon University); Mel Edwards & Justin Barrie (Design Managers Australia); Kate Archdeacon (VEIL) and David Hood (Doing Something Good) This event… Continue reading

The Nose: DIY

There’s a new newspaper in town! The Nose… The Nose is Melbourne‚Äôs new free fortnightly newspaper of satire, journalism and literary review. Written, produced and edited by a cast of young Melbourne spivs,… Continue reading

Crumbling Ecologies Project

A few weeks back I headed over to the east side to take part in the Crumbling Ecologies Project. Crumbling Ecologies is a project by artist Jasmine Targett. I spent a couple hours… Continue reading

Signage for Bikefest Treadlie Market

Back in February the Bikefest Treadlie Market kicked off the start of Melbourne Bikefest 2012. The market was held at the Sustainable Living Festival, down at Birrarung Marr, Melbourne. For the markets I… Continue reading

DESIS Melbourne Symposium 2012, March 1-2

The symposium will have a mix of speakers from the community services, social innovation and design sectors, but the main focus will be on the open exchange of ideas between participants in the… Continue reading

Sheriff release clip for single ‘What You Want’

The boys from Sheriff have just released their clip for their single “What You Want”. You can check it out below in all its glory. Shot back in September in a shed in… Continue reading

Strandbeest loose in Melbourne!

Theo Jansen’s Strandbeests have hit Melbourne, and are currently running loose at Fed Square all of February. I’ve been lucky enough to be one of the beest herders to help keep them happy… Continue reading