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We have been working closely with Deborah Ely and her team at Bundanon Trust for the last few years. A wonderful magical place for creatives.
By Example showcases the works of 14 renowned contemporary jewellers who are active in Australia and 28 of their nominated students and former students
The contemporary artists invited address key social issues that affect young people, including self-identity, relationships and responsible attitudes to substance use
Conceptual Provocation within the environment of the Melbourne Art Fair and its focus on exchange.
How did a suburban arts centre become one of the hottest contemporary art destinations....?
Big, bold and beautiful.
An annual that feels more like a magazine edition presenting the place at the moment, as well as imaging and engaging with what our possible futures might be.
Following its new charter to become a cultural institution to rival the Sydney Opera House and the MCA, Boccalatte was asked to develop, design and deliver Carriageworks' new brand identity.
Progressive policy solutions to some of today’s most pressing social and economic issues
With just two colours, some super-lightweight stock and some inspiration from the constructive and destructive interference of sound.
Printed overseas, this beautiful triptych features black foils and de-bossed panels to accommodate the work of Polixeni Papapetrou.
Edge of Elsewhere is a publication produced to accompany the first stage of a major three-year community project for Sydney Festival.
The book is a celebration of the courage and the flowering creativity of people who live with schizophrenia
A major project that presents contemporary audiences with an opportunity to experience one of Sydney's most significant galleries
This publication engages the legal graduate audience with bright, colourful practice intros and case studies.
Explores extensions of portraiture that engage with a corrosive anxiety about the human condition
How could we assist in this failure, a series of fake covers perhaps? An invitation that is already scrunched, of course and a little publication that while we think is beautifully printed, looks a bit cheap. Don't you think?
A chance for artists to experiment and for audiences to be the first to experience fresh ideas
Michael Nyman is a true renaissance man—A famous music career, famous friendships, Oscar nominations and in a recent trip to Sydney he showed his talent as a visual artist...
Mirror States focuses on dualities of 'self' and 'other' through the projections and reflections of the digital format
With no photographs to sell the festival, our challenge was to create a fun and unique way of talking to the audience
News From Islands is not a geographical or linear narrative of a region, but rather a methodological and curatorial approach
Full of the artist's work, details of the opening and an accompanying essay, the invites are not intended to be throwaways
Our friends at Parramatta Artists Studios present Pattern-Ship and Saraf/Davies at Paramasala 2011.
Platinum is an exhibition of photographs commissioned by the NSW Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care to celebrate 50 years of NSW Seniors Week.
A tiny-sized book filled with essays, artists images & the things Performance Space do.
‘The truth is I rarely have sex on tour’. Madonna
Reginald returns to the Seymour Centre with a revamped ID (not to mention a new hat) to promote the 2012 program
This exquisite little book examines two decades of work by the Australian installation artist Robyn Backen
Discrete, small and legible—Small enough to slip in a handbag or back pocket
Boccalatte was invited to rebrand the Seymour Centre in 2009, placing the University of Sydney’s performing art centre back on the map.
Hand-drawn maps and building illustrations feature in this 64-page publication in collaboration with Urban Walkabout for City of Sydney.
Christmas in Sydney is also summer in Sydney. We used strong, vivid colour and references to traditional Christmas without the clichés.
A colleague of ours recently told us that we were the designer’s designer. We’re not sure what he meant, but we were flattered.
What better way to convey the idea of storytelling than through the traditional form—a paperback.
The 2009 Sydney Film Festival generated an attendance of almost 120,000 ticket-buyers. The 2009 campaign was hugely successful with attendances increasing by 43%
With an increase of 40% new attendances in the last two years, the results speak for themselves
A stylistically inventive and surreal romp inside the fun, dynamic and progressive the world of Sydney Film Festival.
Sydney Film Festival hits the streets again in a riot of colour and infinite stories.
This unusual art book is a philosophical enquiry into the use of deathly imagery in contemporary art.
A collection of artistic and written works that explore urban interventions—opening up a space, in which possibilities for reimagining life in cities can be discussed.
The River Project considers the Upper Georges River that runs through south west Sydney within the larger context of river systems of Asia and the Pacific.
Trunk books: Beautiful, coveted objects filled with fascinating content, much like an old trunk in an attic.
We had the pleasure of working with Zecca to help them develop a bold new identity.
The clash between cultural traditions and modern civilization, the dying out of minority languages and the convergence of Eastern and Western cultures