Im excited to launch my first Kickstarter for an idea called ‘THE MELBOURNE JACKET’
Stray Cash was my first project, and when it launched, it sparked a massive debate about Australian identity and was widely liked and shared across all forms of media, and quickly went viral.
The new Australian $5 note is dropping this week, so I thought it was only fair that I’d give the new design the Straya Cash treatment.
You might recall the 'cringe tidal wave' the new design was met with a few month back. It left many scratching their heads at the bizarre blue window and questioning why the new note had E. coli bacteria plastered all over its design (eventually it was agreed that it was wattle).
Because sometimes it's not worth breaking a note just to buy a dimmy.
Due to the overwhelming response to Straya Cash, and the raft of modern day Aussie icons that couldn't quite muscle their their way onto the notes, I thought it only fitting to design a special set of commemorative coins for Australia Day.
Introducing 'Straya Shrapnel'.
I decided to redesign Australia’s banknotes, featuring instantly recognisable personalities and cultural icons that present-day Australians love.
Last night while watching YouTube, I was served a Vimeo ad.
Brisbane artist CJ Hendry set herself the ambitious task of drawing 50 drawings in 50 days. Each piece depicts a Death Row final meal upon a Hermes plates.
An outline of what I did to make this website. Might help if you are thinking about setting one up for yourself.
This Deeply Depressed Essendon Jumper is currently looking for a new wall to hang on using Gumtree. He is down in the dumps due to the supplements scandal that has plagued Essendon FC for the last two years. If you follow the bombers, don’t leave this guy hanging.
A photographer mate of mine Garth Oriander has started a website called What Makes Them Tick. He profiling different creative people, asking them about what they do. I was stoked when he asked me to be featured. He also took some great pictures of my work and workspace. My interview can be viewed here
I was on facebook the other week and an old friend had uploaded a picture of herself as a realistic digital character, shot from every angle. After enquiring, she put me in contact with David Watts from Tokyo, the guy behind an interesting process that scans your entire body and converts it into a 3D model.