I came across Australian designer Dannika Zen last year, instantly falling in love with her Road Boots. It’s simple, stylish and super comfortable. Little wonder the collection sold out in a matter of weeks. Following a stint in a high-end fashion house in Berlin, Dannika Zen returned home to Australia three years ago with a […]
Lwnski coffee cups will propel you into the elite, and inspire general beverage receptacle envy whether you be at home, work or at some hipster café. Able to hold pretty much anything is liquid form, these bad boys holds the perfect amount of coffee to prevent lactose glugginess and fits perfectly under a espresso machine.
Vintage tram and bus destination rolls are the new must-haves for any design-savvy hipster living in Australia. Dating back to the early 1900s, these simple yet domestic icons represent a time when print was in. Happily, it still is: this time, on tea towels thanks to Bus Roll Tea Towels.
Wicked is definitely living up to its name with its wicked label. Inspired by body art, this Australian energy drink is rocking beautiful, bold, and bright tattoo imagery developed by creative agency War and legendary Sydney-based, Canadian tattoo artist Kian Forreal.
You can search high and low, but sometimes the inspiration you’re chasing is in your own backyard. One site keeping it local, is Re:Collection. This online archive of Australian graphic design from 1960-1980 well and truly covers off the three I’s — inspiring, intriguing and influential. What more could you want?
Melbourne designer Lilian Darmono and her co-director partner Mungo Horey were asked by Red Bee to come up with some ideas for the new children’s channel, ABC 3 Australia. Their idea for it ‘was centered around a magical world, in the shape of a giant 3, where all kinds of amazing things take place and […]