Event: Breeder, Frank and Mimi, Stay Bold, Ironlak – Brisbane

In the lead-up to this year’s Analogue Digital, a number of free side-events have been announced to spark your AD anticipation and creative interest.

Boasting a panel of prime creative talent, the first event of the series will be a creative Apple Talk in Brisbane featuring words of wisdom from Joyce Ho (Breeder), Luke Shirlaw (Ironlak), Milan Chagoury (Stay Bold) and Brisbane’s own sign-painting sweethearts, Emily Devers and Rick Hayward (Frank and Mimi) – pictured.

Each creative will discuss their journeys to becoming leaders of the local creative community. An excellent event for anyone looking to again advice and valuable industry insight without fronting the hefty price tag.

When: 24 February, 5:00pm / Where: Apple Store Brisbane (Macarthur Chambers) / RSVP: http://www.apple.com/au/retail/brisbane/

East Editions / Roach and Thomo & Coach

East Editions have just dropped their latest Edition and it’s a beauty! Edition 004 is a collaboration with Melbourne based bespoke furniture maker Thomo & Coach, and Sydney based Graffiti artist Roach. The result is a limited edition of just 5 multi functional Timber Boxes hand crafted and designed by Thomo & Coach, custom painted by Roach with 1 Shot Sign Painters Enamel. Each Timber Box is painted with a unique design featuring words and terms affiliated with traditional sign painting.

If like us, you like what you see, don’t sleep on these as there are only 5 of them available!

Enquire about purchasing and get more info and images over at easteditions.com

You can also view more images of the entire process of how these were created on their blog here












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Video: Mirayuna x Incu sign painting

Everyone should know by now that we love sign painting, so it’s always nice to hear of a new business popping up to revive the lost art form. Mira Yuna is just that. Two people with a passion for type and hand painted decoration. Check out this nice video Paste Studios put together recently in Mira Yuna painting the outside of the Incu store in Sydney. Or for more, go visit their website.