The Homegrown Project

I get really excited when people do creative works for what appears to be absolutely no financial reward - more often than not - the best creatives rise to the top in these scenarios because it is passion alone which requires the creator to rely on. Well done fellas!

Nick Rozsa's rapid ascent to relevance in the surf world wasn't planned. He just decided that he was going to surf, and that his old friend Chris Papaleo should film it. Fast forward six months, and those sessions comprise these five episodes of the Homegrown series, some of the top clips of the winter. Nick and Chris shared with us some stories of everything in between.

Posted: May 18, 2012 by Matthew Haynes
Tags: Events, Film, Publications

SKOUNT – Projections: Internal Latent

Our mate Skount is exhibiting at 19 Karen gallery from the 21st November, 2015 to 6th January, 2016 on the Gold Coast. By removing a metaphorical mask and leaving behind hidden feelings, thoughts or desires, a person can try to look… more

Posted: November 16, 2015 by Zak Southgate
Tags: Art, Artists, Events, Exhibitions

The Christmas Party by: Analogue Digital

To Celebrate the sucess of this years conference, we're teaming up with The Autumn Co. and some great mates to celebrate the past 5 years of Analogue Digital and The Design Conference.  On display will be all the collaterial from events… more

Posted: November 3, 2015 by Albert Haynes
Tags: Events


BADC 2015 Awards Night

Over the weekend, the 2015 annual BADC Awards took place at the Brisbane Hilton and what an awesome night it was. Everywhere where you looked there were smiling faces and people have a great time; but no one was smiling… more

Posted: October 27, 2015 by Zak Southgate
Tags: Advertising, Design, Events

Sunshine Coast: Meet up with Sonya Edbrooke.

I want to introduce you to Sonya Edbrooke. I met Sonya through Adam Blake when they were both representatives of the federally funded organisation AusIndustry. The government saw fit for Sonya and Adam to link Australia’s biggest and best creative… more

Posted: October 20, 2015 by Albert Haynes
Tags: Events