ABC Kids: Rollermache

Posted By Rachel

Working with Hugh at the ABC we produced the interface design for the new ABC Kids resource ‘Roller Mache’. We also did all the standards compliant XHTML & CSS coding. This design was nominated for a AIMIA Award for Best Learning and Education

Centre for Policy Development

Posted By Rachel

Working with Mim at the Cpd and Dan at Possum Palace Studio’s we produced the interface design including the identity - this interface was then coupled with a Drupal CMS.

The Centre for Policy Development is a public interest think tank dedicated to promoting alternative voices in Australia’s public debate.

Visit the Cpd website

Al Takes a Bride

Posted By Rachel

Working with independent theatre producer Jennifer Soldatic - we produced this website to showcase and promote a upcoming series of shows. We also produced all of the promotional material including posters, postcards and cupcakes featuring the bride and groom / bride.

Loud Is Boring

Posted By Rachel

Interface design for experimental sound art series at The Front in Canberra, Australia.

Warburton Youth Arts

Posted By Paul

Rachel and I travelled way to in Western Australia to visit our old friend Janet Vost you was at the time working as the Youth Art Co-ordinator. While we were there we ran a few workshops with the kids (mainly to do with how to shoot and star in your own music video) - and also re-designed the programs identity.

The Argus Index

Posted By Rachel

The Argus was a morning daily newspaper in Melbourne established in 1846 and closed in 1957.  We produced this interface for a National Library of Australia feature project.

The Sad Little Girl

Posted By Rachel

The film started as some live video accompaniment for experimental sound art group Dragon Kite Mischief and was later compiled and edited into a stand alone piece, soundtracked by Dan Mackinlay and Tarquin Manek of DKM and Emily Rice on cello. The Sad Little Girl premiered at the This Is Not Art Festival and was also screened at Lume, The Hart Centre for Arts (Bejing) and Chang Mai University Art Museum.

Inaugural Australian Poster Annual

Posted By Paul

Our entry was a finalist in the first annual National Design Centre poster annual:

“The 1st Australian Poster Annual calls for Australian designers and artists to respond to the idea captured in Australia’s national anthem - Our land abounds in nature’s gifts; of beauty rich and rare.”

Broadcast

Posted By Paul

In 2005 Rachel and Paul together with Julian Laffan secured a vacant window space in Canberra CBD to house a string of art exhibitions.  Below are a few pages from the catalogue we produced as permanent documentation of the events.  And far below is the original invitation.

Stray Image

Posted By Paul

This image was taken from a 2005 project based on Lake George - a (currently) dry lake just outside of Canberra.