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Reginald returns to the Seymour Centre with a revamped ID (not to mention a new hat) to promote the 2012 program
Boccalatte designed and developed a friendly welcoming platform to inform and facilitate registration of fundraisers for the 2012 Big Aussie Barbie campaign.
A shiny new online space for the SMSA library, its collection, events and venues.
Using Realise Your Dream’s 10th anniversary theme of “2012: Ten Years of Talent” as inspiration for the creative concept, we produced and directed an idiosyncratic animated TVC, based around the number 10.
Sydney Film Festival hits the streets again in a riot of colour and infinite stories.
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.
This publication engages the legal graduate audience with bright, colourful practice intros and case studies.
Sophisticated interrelationships between streams of content introduce us to Omnilab Media’s expertise.
A fullscreen, image-rich tour through the innovative new Carriageworks 2012 program of events.
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.
Christmas in Sydney is also summer in Sydney. We used strong, vivid colour and references to traditional Christmas without the clichés.
Our friends at Parramatta Artists Studios present Pattern-Ship and Saraf/Davies at Paramasala 2011.
Having created the visual concept and written the script, Boccalatte turned to the multimedia genius of Doug Bayne and Trudy Cooper to realise this animated short.
The best and most exciting work being made in the UK right now! This British Council site encourages exchanges of ideas and collaborations between UK and Australian artists.
A stylistically inventive and surreal romp inside the fun, dynamic and progressive the world of Sydney Film Festival.
Getting to the heart of what the community cares about to help build connections between communities and organisations
Full of the artist’s work, details of the opening and an accompanying essay, the invites are not intended to be throwaways
Progressive policy solutions to some of today’s most pressing social and economic issues
A website which creates an honest and in-depth insight into the diversity, culture and heart of western sydney
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.
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.
With no photographs to sell the festival, our challenge was to create a fun and unique way of talking to the audience
This unusual art book is a philosophical enquiry into the use of deathly imagery in contemporary art.