We did it. Alex Wadelton and I saw our passion project to get a statue of Nicky Winmar unveiled in Perth on Saturday.
Un-Australian of the year
‘The medium is the message’ - Marshall Mcluhan
Hell studios’ 5th Birthday invite design.
I’ve always enjoyed the discussions around our flag.
Crickey! STRAYA CASH has now gone digital.
After mucking around in photoshop, I discovered that by superimposing simple flesh tones over photographs of sculptures by Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680), his true brilliance is revealed. This feels like a future project.
Speculative idea I'd like to send to John Malkovich.
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.